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6 Key Abilities that…

In some tech-driven careers, it can feel as though you are navigating between two worlds: the technical and non-technical. You have to have the technical expertise, but soft and interpersonal skills are also becoming increasingly important. As a consequence, professionals who interview for SAP and software engineering positions need to demonstrate these 6 abilities throughout the hiring process:   Use simple language to communicate complex ideas You know what you mean, but .   If you need to use a technical term or jargon, try to find an analogy you can use to help explain and communicate your message.   The closer your language is to another person’s language and knowledge-base, the better you’ll be able to communicate with them. Show the interviewer that you’re conscious of this and can work with managers and employees who don’t share your technical acumen.   Recognize different workstyles What do you know about the people you’ll be working with, reporting to, and communicating when you begin working? Do they work with their hands? Are they used to seeing written outlines or drafts?   Ask the interviewer questions that will . The more you know about the people you’re trying to work with, the better you’ll be able to create workflows and communication protocols that fit best with the existing company culture and employee work habits.   Pay attention to detail Over the course..

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How to Optimise Your…

How to Optimise Your LinkedIn Profile To Appeal To Recruiters A growing proportion of all career openings are now being filled by recruiters finding and approaching their ideal hires online. Correspondingly, fewer roles are being filled via advertising, which means that the next time you want to change jobs you can’t rely on finding and applying for jobs yourself. Consequently - and irrespective of whether you are actively considering a career move - to be in the running for the best positions you have to have a Linkedin profile that will be found by recruiters and that will quickly win them over when they find it. This blog is aimed at providing quick wins to help you craft a LinkedIn profile that will get noticed by recruiters and will make you stand out as a strong candidate. The backdrop to this is that LinkedIn have changed the site in ways that impact you as a candidate, including standardising the layout of LinkedIn profiles. This has elevated the importance of certain elements of your LinkedIn profile, whilst demoting others. Here’s everything you need to act on to achieve those quick wins.   Making a positive first impression There's one part of your LinkedIn profile that will be seen more than anything else. That's the combination of your name, photo and headline - as appears at the top of your profile page...

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Top Tips For Tech…

Top Tips For Tech Talent To Build A Strong Professional Profile on Social Media   Social media today plays a huge part in the success of a Tech professional’s career. It can result in you being found and approached with enticing career opportunities. Or it can be used more proactively to open doors with potential business partners, future employers, investors and other high value connections.   There are two angles to consider here. The first is how visible you wish to be in the market? When a recruiter or entrepreneur is searching for tech experts, how likely is it that you will come up in the search results as one of the top matches? Linked to that, how frequently will your peers and the wider tech community see your updates appearing in their social media feeds - and how many people will add social proof to your reputation by commenting on or sharing your posts?   The second angle is whether you wish to use social media more proactively to build relationships and strike up conversations with people of interest. For a Tech entrepreneur, this could mean sparking conversations with potential business partners, investors, vendors and future employees. For someone on the payroll, this could mean starting conversations with mentors or potential future employers and with startups in your space that you may be interested in joining at some point..

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