This position has been filled - thank you.
I am looking for someone to fill a Team Lead position that will be transitioning into a management role at a warehouse in Pontiac. The qualified candidate will be working very closely with the current manager to learn all of their duties so that in the near future, the candidate will transition into the management role.
The position is working a first shift from 8AM-5PM and the normal work week is... see more
If you think you nailed that interview or the recruiter said,
Keep in touch, don't just sit and wait for the phone to ring with a job offer. Instead, be proactive. There are things you should do after a job interview that can increase the odds of getting a second interview or landing a job offer.
There are common keywords in just about every job posting that relates to skills such as -
-Communication, multitasking, teamwork, creativity, critical thinking and leadership. These keywords or phrases are called TRANSFERABLE SKILLS that apply in all professions. They are the foundation of all of the professional success you will experience in your current career and the career you may retire in over the years.
-A review of your transferable... see more
I was an Area Lead, on my way to Supervisor, for 2 Years at my previous job. The company made it so hard to be a successful Leader, which ultimately led to me quitting my job and giving up my Leadership. I really enjoyed my job and it's not very cool when the company is doing wrong to the point where it drove me out the door.
New CEO of the company terminated all the high paying employees just to save the company money. 5 years I only called out twice (1 grandma funeral and the other grandpop funeral) never late and worked 60 to 70hrs a week every week.
His excuse for me was I took an extended break when they was the one's who asked me to work thru my break to help them catch up! So when I got done ill take my break. No it wasn't my scheduled break time but it was... see more
This is a purpose I would love to support and will begin looking at RFPs that meet the objective of serving the communities employment pool that have challenges gaining meaningful employment.
I'm so tired of corporate greed. They really could give two shits about you. I worked hard for a company, was always one of the first to show up. That got me nothing more than standing in the unemployment line. I mean...the owners are cold! They knew I recently lost my dad a month ago...just bought a car and have a baby on the way...and I'm laid off....
SUCCESS ALWAYS LEAVES TIPS TO FOLLOW:
If you do your homework on the Rich and Famous (For example: Jennifer Aniston, Oprah Winfrey, Meryl Streep, Jennifer Lopez, Bill Gates, Michael Jordan, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas or Warren Buffet) what do they all have in common? They all carry a pen and paper [or 3x5 card] at all timed, and at least two (2) major goals are written down to accomplish on that day.
FOUR SUCCESSFUL TIPS TO HELP YOU... see more
What is the definition of 'Leadership'? Ans. Character!
After my first A; I realized that I could learn the material and provide additional learning/ leadership opportunities to myself and others. I was elected the President of the college's Computer Club (C5). Becoming involved with Student Government and presenting a plan to the department chair; C5 was able to acquire used computer parts. As a club, we were able to assemble desktop computers and us a Linux distro as the OS - Then, sell raffle... see more
Everyone is a leader. As John Maxwell said, leadership comes down to one thing - influence. You influence more people than you know. Many of us can trace lessons learned back to a great mentor. Who was your best mentor? Who taught you valuable lessons and/or challenged your assumptions? What's the best thing you learned from them? How do you pay it forward? Thank you for sharing!