(Your cover letter) is your highlight reel, your elevator speech. The human side of your resume. It’s a snapshot of where you’re at right now. Show that you’ve done your research on the company — mention awards they’ve won
#entry level professional #introvert #design #interviewing skills
Kerri SchoonyoungPartner @ Dept 11
I really believe that failing at something is the only way of learning something truly new. As long as you can weather some tough times with relentless optimism, there is never a bad time to throw yourself in at the deep end and take some risks. You might fail - in fact there will certainly be things that don't work as you expect - but the more you expose yourself to risk... the more you'll reap in return. There is never a good time to do something different. So you might as well do it now.
#entry level professional #introvert #all Industries #experience #leadership skills
Cat HowCreative Director @ Polleni Branding Agency
Creative Directors, don't over-explain your creatives' point during a pitch or client meeting. If you brought them to the meeting it's because you thought they could articulate the work themselves. Also, there's no need for 5 people to answer the same client question. Clients hate that. Fact.
#senior level professional #ambivert #advertising #presentation skills
Ale LariuCo-Founder @ SheSays
salary negotiation skills
Working as a junior, but being billed as a senior? Find out, then get paid at your billings rate.
#mid-level professional #advertising #salary negotiation skills
Ali HananCEO @ Creative Equals
Think like a solutionist. No matter what the challenge is, have a solution ready. Whether it's right or wrong, you will soon discover more possibilities, and demonstrate your considerate thought process.
#mid-level professional #ambivert #all Industries #team work
Gina SolopertoConsultant @ Glue