This Week in Leadership (Nov 29 - Dec 5)
Questions—and answers—about the Omicron variant's impact on organizations. Plus, critical year-end moves to boost your career.
As 2018 closes, there are around 7 million open jobs in the United States, levels unseen in American history. Workers certainly have more choices, but all too often they can’t find the role they want.
In this Essentials list, we highlight the year’s best career advice from Korn Ferry’s CEO, Gary Burnison. If you want even more insights, read his latest book on the subject, Lose the Resume, Land the Job.
How candidates can avoid getting ignored and land the jobs they want.
Don’t ramble, be rude to the receptionist, or bring your mother (yes, it really happened).
Being authentic and making a connection with an interviewer can help savvy candidates overcome red flags on their resumes.
Rather than laundry listing their accomplishments, candidates need to focus on what they can contribute to the job ahead.
How to turn a smartphone into a secret career-improving weapon.
How you ask is even more important than what you ask for.