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People tend to overshare or undershare their information in an interview, and it's important to find that sweet spot that resonates with the business or interviewer. Some pointers before going into an interview or networking session: stay relevant, be aware of industry and technology changes if you are using an old resume. Additionally, ensure there are no misrepresentations-be responsible for your own accurate information (GPA, statuses, etc.) and prove that you have the core competencies needed to complete the job. Lastly, include “references available upon request” to always invite further inquisitions.

#entry level professional #ambivert #all Industries #interviewing skills
Kelly Shea
Director @ Russell Tobin & Associates

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I believe clarity is the most important trait for leadership. Leaders might not know the exact answers, but they should be clear in the direction they want to go and their intentions. Clarity goes two ways for me: outward, as in knowing what we are we trying to do, and inward, as in how do I get the people working for/with me to understand where we’re going.

#senior level professional #extrovert #advertising #leadership skills
Heather Fullerton

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If you're a creative manager/leader, never - ever - compare someone in your team to their colleagues. The "you should be more like so-and-so" talk helps nobody. It shatters a team member's confidence and you won't achieve what you wanted with the comparison. There are better ways to give constructive criticism to help your creative team blossom.

#senior level professional #extrovert #advertising #leadership skills
Ale Lariu
Co-Founder @ SheSays

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Try the Power Pose. Stand with your hands on your hips and breathe deeply for two minutes. This raises your testosterone and gives you the confidence to have the right conversation

#senior level professional #ambivert #all Industries #salary negotiation skills
Trina Uzee
Executive Creative Director @ AllState

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As a leader, face the tough, uncomfortable decisions head on. If there is a conversation you need to have with someone about work that isn’t up to par, do it right away. Address issues in real time. You’ll be respected for candor, and for real time problem solving.

#senior level professional #introvert #strategy #leadership skills
Sarah Liebowitz
ACD @ FCB/Area23

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