Personal branding

Personal Branding On a sunny day, inside an airplane, in a 1-hour journey. “Sir, I am currently looking for a new employee. I need an engineering graduate from a favorite college who is honest and diligent work. Now it’s rather hard to find a good and honest employee “said Eliza “Oh yes .. it fits perfectly. I have a relative who just graduated from mechanical engineering, honest and diligent person. He just got accepted work about 10 months ago in XYZ industry area. ” Tom replied. “Well, my office is also in the industrial area XYZ. If interested in working in my office, please your relatives contact me tomorrow morning on mobile phone 12345678. “Replied by Eliza. “Fine, ma’am. After I got off the plane, I will immediately tell my relatives. Thank you for the information and opportunities you provide “. Answered by Tom. ******* Above is a conversation between[…]

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I am yellow-blue, a four-color personality test

what is personality test? A few months ago, the company suggested that all employees perform a four-color personality test. This policy has become a natural thing for most companies to create a harmonious and productive environment among workers. This test is useful for workers to understand each employee’s personality, so know what colors are dominant and then more readily adapt to any other personality type. One time you will realize that we are created is different. Everyone has their own nuances and personalities that sometimes make us easy to get along with some people but difficult to deal with some others. Some personalities collide and some can get the ease. What are the benefits of this four-color test? For the company, the leaders can understand the personality of the worker and put the workers in the optimal position. Then What are the benefits for us? As a worker, this understanding[…]

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Prof Adam Grant: a fourth ingredient to success

giver, taker, matcher Have you ever seen a successful person at work? how does he interact with others? this time we will discuss the thoughts of Prof. Adam Grant about “Giver, Matcher, and Taker” “According to conventional wisdom, highly successful people have three things in common: motivation, ability, and opportunity. If we want to succeed, we need a combination of hard work, talent, and luck. [But there is] a fourth ingredient, one that’s critical but often neglected: success depends heavily on how we approach our interactions with other people. Every time we interact with another person at work, we have a choice to make: do we try to claim as much value as we can, or contribute value without worrying about what we receive in return?” Sad but true. Sometimes we have friends who often claim our work or never acknowledge our contribution. At the same time, we have friends[…]

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