Meeting with new customers is an aspect of many jobs, and it can be nerve-wrecking. Knowing facts about your customer and going into the situation prepared can make this easier. Be respectful of your customer’s time by arriving on time and dressing appropriately. Show your potential customer that you are listening to them by taking notes and always be honest and forthcoming about your intentions. After you give your customer the information they need to take the next step, leave them your business card as a parting memento.
Flexible work arrangements are nice to have as an option. If you have the ability to work from home, or when ever you want, then its much less stressful. You need the right equipment, the right software and the right environment. put those all together and you should be set!
Employees talk about their bosses. It’s natural in every work environment. There are steps that employers can take the can ensure that the talk is more positive than negative. It is essential that employers experience positive talk from their employees so that they can be an effective leader. Being spontaneous, getting out more, and identifying voids are all steps that bosses can take to ensure a positive relationship with employees.
Here is a short interview with pediatric dentistry resident, Dr. Bari Levine, to get to know her a little better. She is following in her family’s footsteps on the path of dentistry and she loves working with her patients. She has recently founded Growing Smiles Foundation for children in Peru. You will also learn a fun fact about Dr. Levine.
In order to land your dream job, you should know how to write an attention grabbing cover letter. These are five tips to writing a great cover letter, such as paying attention to details and the ideal length, that will make sure you are in the position to be interviewed for your dream job.