Trivializing Training

Imagine this: Your friend gets a brand new car and invites you for a drive. When you reach his house, you are awestruck at the sight of his brand new car. It’s shiny, black spotless paint is almost blinding and the smell of the interior leather is immensely inviting. You both finally sit in the car and your friend puts his key in the ignition. The roar of a new car. Wow! You relax and stretch yourself on the passenger seat and casually ask your friend. “You didn’t even tell me, you were learning to drive and now suddenly a new car and license” “I don’t have a license.” “You don’t have a license?” “No bro. Don’t know how to drive only, how will I get a license!!” “WHAT?? You don’t know how to

Starting Off With A Great First Impression !!

While the process of interviewing depends largely on the independent approach of the interviewer, there are few things that would make an immediate impact in case if you were to follow the same. Here are some handy tips on how you could make the interviewer think about giving you an upper edge over the others : You need to make a conscious effort to smile when you enter the room and greet the person or people sitting in the room. If possible try and get an understanding of how many people are there in the room. This will help you decide sequence in which you would go ahead and greet them and also help you with the relevant eye contact DO NOT sit down unless and until you are requested to, th

Your "Attitude" Defines Your "Altitude"

Attitude is Everything ! A very old saying but it always drives the point home. There's none other than your attitude which defines how far you go in life. Interviews and the selection procedure hence are no different when it come to this magic word known as "Attitude". People feel that attitude is a negative word because of the commonly used phrase "This guy throws a lot of attitude man", etc. However, on the contrary, attitude is the way you look at life and how you deal with the situations around you. In simple terms, your attitude in the interview process can be clearly understood via the following methods and trust me interviewers are constantly on the lookout for such hints which help

Things your work can teach you

“The Secret of Change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new” -Socrates This happens to be my last contribution to the blog of Search 4 Excellence. My stay here has been a stepping stone in my life. The worth of an emotional reaction to something is defined by the people who induce it. Hence, I want to take this opportunity to write a letter to my 15 year old self, specifically telling her of what all she is going to experience in this particular phase of her life. To, Dearest Shruti, You must’ve just completed your 10th board exams recently. Don’t worry about not knowing yet what to do with your life, things take course in a way such that they alway

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