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Coach Or Mentor? What Is The Difference And When Do You Need Them?

  • February 16, 2021

Coach or mentor? Nowadays you can hear a lot about coaches and mentors. They are the ones who help employees to succeed and be effective. But in which case are you supposed to turn to a coach and when to a mentor? In this article, we’ll look at this question…


Your Next Job Interview Is Conducted By A Robot?

  • April 14, 2020

What are your chances that a job interview is conducted by a robot? Can it be possible that one day they will be able to lead an interview, thus replacing the interviewer? If so, the question arises: can they judge, on the basis of a virtual conversation, whether the job…


10 Dream Jobs For Extroverts

  • February 22, 2020

Eve has been working as a sales representative for a vitamin supplier company for 2 years. Her job involves visiting pharmacies belonging to her area and selling nutrition supplements to them. Unfortunately, pharmacies are not always keen on welcoming Eve, who, therefore has to call ten times as many pharmacies…


Similar Patterns between Public Speaking and Job Interviews

  • October 25, 2019

You may not notice, but job interviews and public speaking are similar in some aspects. Both  job interviews and other types of interviews (a TV interview, too) are  a kind of self-presentation situations. Practically, the same is true for the public speech or a lecture. The speakers or candidates “presents”…


10 Dream Jobs for Introverts

  • April 2, 2019

Alex would like to change his job. Being uncertain and unaware of the possibilities, he visits one of his best friends to ask for advice. The friend is of course aware of Alex's polite manner, so she advises him to search for an area representative, a sales person or similar…


How Can You Be Successful On A Job Interview As An Introvert?

  • March 23, 2019

Attending a job interview as an introvert might be a difficult situation if you have less routine. In such a situation one encounters challenges that make them get out of their comfort zone. This includes for example short ’small talks’, series of questions, focused attention and self-marketing of skills. As…

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