• interviewing skills
  • leadership skills
  • presentation skills
  • salary negotiation skills
  • team work
  • any level
  • entry level professional
  • mid-level professional
  • senior level professional
  • Abu Dhabi
  • Amsterdam
  • Atlanta
  • Austin
  • Barcelona
  • Berlin
  • Boulder
  • Bournemouth
  • Brighton
  • Brisbane
  • Budapest
  • Buenos Aires
  • Cape Town
  • CentralPA
  • Chicago
  • Dallas
  • DC
  • Denver
  • Detroit
  • Dubai
  • Gothenburg
  • Jakarta
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • London
  • Los Angeles
  • Madrid
  • Manchester
  • Melbourne
  • Mexico City
  • Miami
  • Milwaukee
  • Minneapolis
  • Montevideo
  • New York
  • Nordic
  • Norway
  • San Francisco
  • Sao Paulo
  • Scotland
  • Seattle
  • Singapore
  • Stockholm
  • Sydney
  • Vancouver
  • advertising
  • all Industries
  • design
  • experience
  • film & photography
  • strategy
  • ambivert
  • extrovert
  • introvert
A free career advice tool for a(n)
personality type v
career level v
in
discipline v
who’d like to get advice from kick-ass creatives on
advice type v
.

Why? Because we want to make your career explode.


 

Top 5 advice.

Don’t want to filter? View the most popular advice this week.

Knowing what to include in your LinkedIn profile and using it appropriately always makes you walk a fine line. It’s tricky because it is a social media platform, but keep in mind that it remains a professional networking platform. It should be an effective reflection of your resume and have information that's easily digestible and readable. Save space and strategize your information format and placement. Keep in mind that endorsements don’t mean much to employers, but recommendations are very effective.

#any level #introvert #all Industries #interviewing skills
lauren newton
UX Recruiter and Content Strategist @ Facebook

share share share share

The one word that comes to mind is “vulnerability”. There will be times during your career where things are overwhelming and difficult - emotionally, mentally and physically (e.g., family crisis, lots of work that needs to get out the door, etc). And it’s ok to let your team members know what’s going on and get support. And yes, it is ok to also say that you just can’t come into work today. I bring that “vulnerability” to work every day, it’s my super power. It provides a safe space for other people to come to work and bring their full selves - if you are going through something difficult and then you come to work and shut it off, you aren’t really “showing up”. And “showing up” allows you to tap into areas you didn’t even know existed.

#mid-level professional #extrovert #strategy #leadership skills
Krystle Watler
TitleSenior VP, Head of Business Development, Americas @ Virtue

share share share share

Highly performing teams always do a retrospective after each project. They discuss what went well, what didn't and things to change for future projects. It gives them a competitive advantage.

#any level #ambivert #all Industries #team work
Bree Groff

share share share share

Sit through the grief (after a rough day) so that you can focus instead of rushing.

#any level #ambivert #all Industries #team work
Kimberly Penharlow
Leadership Coach & Organizational Development Expert @ Kimberly Penharlow Consulting

share share share share

In this corporate world, we heavily focus on IQ as this is the key to progress. But no one thinks about EQ.
By IQ, you can impress someone really quick, but without EQ you won't be able to sustain that good impression.

#any level #introvert #experience #leadership skills
Muhammad Roohan
Growth Strategist @ The Ideators

share share share share

Our Partners

Boom was conceived by SheSays © 2018 SheSays, LLC