Employability Tag

Original Spanish version published in El Comercio newspaper (Peru) on February 17, 2018 There are many reasons why we would want to leave –or should leave– an organization at a given time: maybe we are not happy, we may have lost our passion or interest, we...

Original Spanish version published in El Comercio newspaper (Peru) on September 30, 2017 Many of us tremble when we hear about the impact of technology on jobs. What used to be interesting topics of conversation about what would happen in the future are now a reality, and...

Original Spanish version published in El Comercio newspaper (Peru) on July 22, 2017 And when I say bouncing, I clearly remember the red rubber ball that I loved when I was little. The harder I threw it on the floor, the higher it bounced back up....

Original Spanish version published in El Comercio newspaper (Peru) on January 4, 2017 We all know how important it is to constantly increase our level of employability and the value of our personal brand. Adequately displaying our talent is key for this. Here I share ten ideas...

Original Spanish version published in the El Comercio newspaper (Peru) on February 4, 2017 How do you see yourself in the next 5, 15, 20, or 30 years of your career? Do you have a career plan? Are you clear about where you are going? Though some people...

Original Spanish version published in El Comercio newspaper (Peru) on May 20, 2015 Who wants to work with people who are conceited, arrogant, bitter, resentful, or are always causing trouble in the workplace? No one, right? In the working world, there is a range of interpersonal relationships...

Original Spanish version published in America Economia (Latin America) on October 28, 2016 As hard as it may be, we have to recognize and accept that bosses are the people who represent the company to which we sell our professional services. Therefore, my boss is my...

Original Spanish version published in El Comercio newspaper (Peru) on October 25, 2016 Networks of personal contacts were key in helping the majority of Peruvian executives and professionals reposition themselves in the job market after losing their jobs, according to September 2016 data provided by LHH DBM...