As automation, AI, and new job models reconfigure the business world, lifelong learning has become accepted as an economic imperative. Eighty percent of CEOs now believe the need for new skills is their biggest business challenge.
“If training the future workforce is a fundamental role of education, it’s just as important a role for business.”
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A hiring manager enters a job interview with three main questions: Can the candidate do the work? Will the candidate do the work? And will the candidate fit into the organizational culture? These "can do, will do and fit" criteria translate to "ability, attitude and affability." No matter the format and sequence of a job interview, every question is an opportunity to communicate fit on one of these axes. Each response you give should address one or more of these key themes.
Conventional wisdom says that compacting your professional experience into a one-page CV is ideal. But new research from ResumeGo has blown this out of the water: Recruiters are actually nearly 2.3 times more likely to prefer two-page resumes over one-page resumes.
Image a bad boss you have had in your career, and think about who comes to mind. When you think of this boss, what are some of the common complaints and issues you and other employees had? Did they not listen to suggestions, did they treat their employees poorly, were they micromanagers, or did they just refuse to listen to anyone’s idea but their own?