The Anatomy of an Effective Executive #Infographic #Business

To be an executive means more than just occupying the highest position in the organization that you belong to. As the famous line from Spider-Man goes, “with great power comes great responsibility”. Thus, one must really have the perfect balance of knowledge, attitude, training and experience to be considered a competent executive.

Some people think that executives can be made. However, if one doesn’t qualify beforehand, then training is nothing. It is best first to know if one possesses the traits a person should have even before chasing that executive dream.

It’s a combination of every little thing, from the skills that you should learn to that executive look you must nail. Then again, there’s no perfect science that actually teaches you how to become one. However, with this helpful guide to being an effective executive, you could make things easier and find out if you have the makings of an effective company executive.

An infographic by Manila Recruitment.

17 Ways to Tell if Your Colleague Hates You #Infographic #Work

We’re all dealt with those problem colleagues. Those people that make us dread going to work every day. One coworker that is out to get you can make a huge difference in your office experience. Mean coworkers come in many forms — they can be passive aggressive, illogical, or rude. Whatever the case, they’re sure to give off clear signs that they don’t like you. If you have to deal with these people, don’t get discouraged! Figure out the root of the problem, and try to resolve it. Are they intimidated by you? Are you doing something to set them off? It’s best to talk to them directly and address the issue.

To figure out if a coworker doesn’t like you (and help you laugh off those problem colleagues), GetVoIP created this infographic on signs that a coworker doesn’t like you. The signs range from short emails to negative body language to stealing your ideas. Do any look familiar?

An infographic by GetVoIP.

The Rise Of The Digital Nomad #Infographic #Digital #Nomad

Ever thought of going to new places in the world but worried that you’d leave your job behind? Technology has narrowed this gap and enabled people to bring their work whatever location they may be. This group of outgoing people call themselves “Digital Nomads.”

These individuals or groups travel the globe in search of unique and exciting destinations that suit whatever niche they’re interested in. Guest writers, travel bloggers, graphic designers and VA’s to name a few, are part those in the growing community of digital nomads.

Open Colleges created this infographic to show the trends and statistics of what is becoming a new way to work and enjoy at the same time. Digital Nomad communities are rapidly growing and people are starting to embrace the kind of work it brings.”

An infographic by OpenColleges.

Skills to put in your resume to land the job #infographic #jobsearch #resume

A list of skills on a resume is as important as icing on a cupcake. No one wants a cupcake without icing. No one. So how do you show your potential employer that you are the best candidate?

So how do you show your potential employer that you are the best candidate? Well, you write a resume skills section that highlights all of your best skills the moment the employer sees your resume. Take a look at the infographic below. It will show you which skills are currently desired by employers and give you tips on how to showcase them on your resume.

An Infographic by uptowork.