When it comes to making your next career move, big doesn’t necessarily mean better. The truth is that different sized businesses have a multitude of varying benefits, and it’s not until you’ve considered these benefits that you’ll know what size company you should be working at.
One of the most frustrating parts of looking for a new job is getting and then making sense of feedback...
Most us experience nerves before starting at a new company, even those who have been a part of the working world for decades. Nerves are necessary to help you perform at your peak and in this instance are a positive force for making sure you’re fully prepared and alert on your first day.
Interviews are a rather polarising experience. A lot of us raise our game and discover a level of confidence we were previously unaware of, while some succumb to feelings of dread and anxiety; able only to project a fraction of their full capability.
Building a team that gels together is a tricky task which eludes many business leaders and managers. It's relatively easy to recruit and throw together a bunch of high-performing individuals without regard to their different personality types, but this can often lead to internal discord and division later down the line.