Kiran Tandon

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Most people benefit most from a reverse chronological resume format. Start with your most recent position and work backwards through previous jobs or degrees.

The goal of a resume is to get you an interview, so you need to make sure yours stands out.

Get numerical. Get bulleted. Get organised.

Make sure your resume summary or objective is compelling….

Don’t forget to highlight your softer abilities.

Include your practical knowledge and technical expertise.

Personalize your application materials…

Put your best LinkedIn profile forward.

Highlight any time spent helping others.

Please share your thoughts in the comments section

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Having a team member leave can disrupt workflow and morale, as well as increase stress levels. Your ability to recover and adapt to new circumstances depends on your frame of mind.

Think about using these strategies to deal with the situation:

Congratulate and emphasize the positive.
Pause to think
Get the transition started early.
Give some thought to your own professional path.
Boost your internal connections/Construct New Connections.
Stop spreading rumors
Make plans for a farewell lunch and stay in touch.

There’s bound to be some good to come out of this, despite how difficult the transition has been for you and your team. While it’s always difficult to say goodbye to a coworker, it’s important to express your excitement for them as they embark on their new adventure.

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Burnout can be a very uncomfortable condition, usually following a lengthy period of stress or a brief period of high stress. It can also cause feelings of helplessness or overwhelm, as well as a sense of hopelessness because, once you’re in the burnout pit, it may seem impossible to climb out.

Despite the fact that many factors contribute to workplace burnout, I believe the following to be among the most significant:

Not being treated fairly at work
Overwhelming amount of work
The Uncertainty of One’s Role
Manager’s lack of support and communication
Efforts rushed due to unreasonable deadlines

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Those who complain about meetings and work often contribute the least. When they successfully complete one project, everyone will be aware of it, and because they will have made it a huge deal, people will likely think it is a significant accomplishment.

Those that routinely provide high-quality work are sometimes quiet about their achievements because they are more concerned with getting the job done than with promoting themselves. When they fail, it’s generally because they’re overworked and yet continue to work. They don’t complain or seek aid.

One brags too much, the other not enough.

Self-promotion is a valid professional technique, but it must be complemented by personal and team performance.

Great work counts, but it must be shared with the correct leaders so “silent” geniuses can be recognized, developed, and rewarded.

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Kiran Tandon

Kiran Tandon

Talent Advisor I D&I Enthusiast| Strengthening culture and values|101 Most Fabulous HR Leaders (India) | Speaker I https://www.linkedin.