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日复一日，年复一年，勤勤恳恳的工作却不被领导赏识？ 到底为什么领导看不到自己的业绩和能力，明明自己工作要比其他同事更加努力，却只能眼巴巴地看着其他人在事业上有所建树，而自己每天只能重复干着单一枯燥的工作？答案也许非常简单，只靠尽职尽责地完成工作往往不足以使你在职场上平步青云、大放光彩，可能你所欠缺的就是 “自我营销“。要做好自我营销，你可以先从下面几步开始做起!
Soft skills in demand
Interpersonal, leadership, organisational and language skills are four highly valued soft skills, yet jobseekers often overlook their importance when applying for their next role, says recruiting experts Hays.“Candidates tend to focus on the technical or hard skills required for a role and brush over the....
Soft skills graduates need to master in a job market
There are evidences that a range of soft skills can help a graduate win a job and improve his or her career. Soft skills are not formally taught, but must be learned and mastered by graduates in their own time and continually improved. Yet, it is clear that employers prefer graduates who have the kind of....
Be it in your professional or personal life, greeting and welcoming somebody are among the most crucial signs of politeness. However, in this regard I would first like to clarify the difference between these two terms. Greeting somebody is acknowledging them politely whiling avoiding bodily contact.
Business etiquette: Germans and Chinese do business together
Business etiquette is about much more than just handing over your business card. By now (almost) everybody knows that you accept with both hands and treat it with respect, not simply grabbing it or even putting it in your breast pocket.
Speaking to one another: a personal matter
A good rapport and clarity in matters form the basis for employees and interviews.It is one of the classic images we have in our heads regarding China and Europe: the Chinese are more reserved and prefer to hide their face, while Germans are....