Here writes: Svenja Hofert

HofertSvenja Hofert is a book author and managing director of Teamworks GTQ.Hofert is a multiple book author (including “Teambibel”, Gabal-Verlag) and has been working intensively on the topics of career and personnel development for many years. She is the owner of the career advice service career and development (www.karriereundentwicklung.de) and together with Thorsten Visbal managing director of Teamworks GTQ Gesellschaft für Teamentwicklung und Qualifikation mbh. More information at www.teamworks-gmbh.de. 






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  • Internet and Application: 2 X 10 Online Reputation Tips

    Online applications are becoming more and more important and with it the importance of an applicant's online reputation. Two things count above all: Good photos - and the right network! 2 X 10 tips about it. Good photos, bad photos Ultimately, the presence on Xing and Co. is nothing more than a latent permanent advertisement. But also Xing members who are in Read more


  • Application and job search: 7 tips for non-high-flyers

    Why don't you be a high-flyer if you want to find a job in the future? Why is it great to do your own “thing”? And why does a colorful career bring more advantages? 1. Better Uschi from Herne than Ulrike from Harvard Many new jobs are being created in medium-sized companies in crisis-proof companies. But there they are Read more


  • Typology of teamwork - 5 tips: Difficult colleagues and how to deal with them!

    One of them slimes the boss, the other steals ideas and the next one sets the alarm clock at 17 p.m. sharp at the end of work. Almost every team has at least one “weird” colleague or boss. But what can you do about it? 5 types and 5 tips! 5 types of difficult colleagues There are 5 types of difficult colleagues Read more


  • Online Reputation - 5 Tips: Attention application trap Internet!

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  • {Replica} Applicants Social Media and Data Protection: 6 Career Trends for Online Applications

    Applicants are increasingly using social media and we have all long got used to the lack of data protection. 6 career trends for social media at a glance. 1. Strong positions for applicants Some applicants are in such high demand that the positive response to speculative applications is already increasing. At the same time, companies are increasingly asking who among their workforce can recommend friends for new hires Read more


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