6 Tips to Get Your First Job after College

Dan Schawbel, New York Times bestselling author and serial entrepreneur, said in Forbes Magazine, “Students should prepare it (LinkedIn profile) as early as their senior year in the high school. Even if the profile is just a bare-bones list of where you attend high school, your extra-curricular activities, including awards or accolades, what you see as your skills, and a summary of the sort of career that may interest you, it’s a good idea to create this early”.… Read More 6 Tips to Get Your First Job after College

7 Body Language Tips for Your Job Interview

When an employer invites you to interview for a job you will make a lot of preparations for the interview, study the company background (its website /blog /LinkedIn/Facebook), news about the industry, introduction speech, the questions you might be asked, question you should be asking the employer. But it’s very easy to overlook one critical aspect of any interview…your Body Language.… Read More 7 Body Language Tips for Your Job Interview

Effective Ways To Better Work With Your Boss & Manager

On July 18, 2016 in Coaching by Philip Leong While the boss usually look at the monetary plan view of the company’s revenue, with a top priority in having hardworking employees, it’s just as important to the boss that they dislike superficial relationships with the people they work with every day. You may have a long… Read More Effective Ways To Better Work With Your Boss & Manager