Monday, April 30, 2012
This is our weekly roundup of some of the best career-related articles, interviews, blogs, etc., we've read during the week. We share these every weekend so you have some great resources to prepare you for the coming week. Enjoy!
1. Don't Sabotage Yourself in Your New Job
"Give yourself some time to adjust and grant yourself the permission to learn gradually and enjoy your experience."
2. How to Start a New Career on the Right Foot
"The first step to planning your future is doing an in-depth interview — and not with a potential employer, but with yourself."
3. Make Your Job More Meaningful
"People with callings prioritize what I call craftsmanship. They want to make things happen and to be excellent in their fields, not just because of potential growth in their company but because they believe those things are intrinsically worthwhile."
4. Advice for Working with Millennials
"They want a career and fun and a balanced lifeand to make an impact on the world. They don’t want to give anything up, and they really want to do a lot of good things for the firm and the community."
5. How to Expand Your Career Abroad
"Building an international career is a dream for many professionals ... How can you cultivate the contacts you need, or bridge the cultural gap?"
Posted by DHayes--Career Transitions, Managing Editor at 3:57 PM