Employability Tag

Original Spanish version published in El Comercio newspaper (Peru) on September 29,2015 You would be fired if you did not add clear and visible value to your company, if the results of your work were not easily quantifiable or measurable; if you always had an excuse...

Original Spanish version published in America Economia (Latin America) on June 15, 2015 It is essential to give some thought to our job future. As part of that exercise, it is important to define our strengths, weaknesses, and interests. Have you thought about what your next job...

  Original Spanish version published in El Comercio (Peru) newspaper on June 9,  2015 All jobs are temporary. They are never guaranteed. They can last months or years, but they only last for as long as both parties agree. They always change, and sometimes surprisingly. It’s vital always...

Translation of the original article published April 22, 2015 on América Economía (Latam) Wagering on values and ethics is fundamental to building a personal brand.  Together with integrity, they are the cornerstone of reputation. Why wager on ethics and values?  Doing the right thing, keeping your word,...

[caption id="attachment_11637" align="aligncenter" width="2495"] Father Infographics Lifestyle[/caption] Based on an article published in Aptitus Magazine (Peru) on January 14, 2015 View english version You won't get hired if you badmouth your previous employer or, even worse, if you say nasty things about your previous boss. If you are disloyal...

Original Spanish version published in El Comercio newspaper (Peru)on February 18, 2014 My mentors have been vital to my career and my life. They have guided me, counseled me, made me see possibilities, given me excellent advice and, sometimes, a stern rebuke. My mentors have been...