One of the most significant characteristics to consider when accepting or rejecting a job offer is the workplace culture. Unlike other characteristics, workplace culture can change quickly whenever there is a change in management personnel.
Last month I started to dive into personal branding. However, how can job seekers create a great personal brand? Let’s discuss where and how you can start as well as maintaining consistency.
When you reach the position of a local government manager, you’re confident that you took your career in a good direction. That’s great; you should be confident in your own capacity. However, the fact that you’re mostly focused on your personal professional growth can be a problem.
Over the last decade, workplace culture has been changing a lot and for the better. Businesses are providing flexible work schedules to improve their employees’ work-life balance, gender parity is being encouraged in all industries and leadership roles, and the ability to work remotely is at an all-time high. These workplace changes are leading to changing interview trends, too.
It’s often tempting in life to do what’s easiest and in front of us rather than stepping back to take a wider and more considered view. Doing something, anything, can feel better than nothing at all. Although tactics may get you somewhere, however, is it where you want to be?