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Monday, September 26, 2016

Snap Inc (Snapchat) launches Spectacles

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Snap Inc., the company formerly known as Snapchat has launched a new device called "Spectacles". The sunglasses can record up to 10-second snippets of video at a time and will go on sale for $130 later this year.  The one-size-fits-all glasses, which come in black, teal or coral and will be available this fall in limited quantities, are designed to connect to a smartphone so Snapchat users easily can share videos through the app.

In another news Snapchat has also rebranded itself as Snap, Inc. The renaming decision underlined the company’s apparent ambition to go beyond the ephemeral messaging app, a product which is highly popular with young people according to co-founder and CEO Evan Spiegel.

"The name change is interesting as it would indicate a change in focus away from messaging, which with Spectacles makes sense. Snap is perhaps becoming more about life-logging, content generation and story-telling."

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According to the WSJ, Snap is not treating the device as a major hardware launch, rather a fun toy that will have limited distribution.

"We’re going to take a slow approach to rolling them out,” Mr Spiegel told the newspaper.
“It’s about us figuring out if it fits into people’s lives and seeing how they like it."

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#WCD2015 Happy World Contraception Day - “Contraception: it's your life, It’s your Future and responsibility”

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World Contraception Day (WCD) is celebrated annually on September 26. The annual worldwide campaign was launched in 2007. This year's WCD is aimed directly at teens and young adults with a vision of a world where every pregnancy is wanted.

World Contraception Day is supported by a coalition of 13 international non-governmental organizations (NGOs), a governmental organization, and scientific and medical societies with an interest in sexual and reproductive health and is sponsored by Bayer Pharma AG.

Contraception is a responsibility that involves both sexes. Ensure you are using safe and effective family planning methods.

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Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince George and Princess Charlotte begin 8th day official Canada Tour

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The family color coordinated for their first Canadian appearance on the 2016 trip. 
The Duchess of Cambridge (in Jenny Packham and Lock & Co.)  and Princess Charlotte deplane on Canadian soil.

Kate Middleton, Prince William and their children - Prince George and Princess Charlotte are in Canada for a royal tour as earlier revealed. They arrived in Canada on Saturday for their first official trip overseas as a family.

The royal family was received by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife at the Victoria International Airport on Saturday. The welcoming ceremony was closed to the public.

The trip marks the first overseas jaunt for 1-year-old Charlotte. Her brother, 3-year-old George, has visited Australia and New Zealand in 2014. The eight-day visit will end on 1, 2016. 

Photo credit: WWD

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#Bookreview: Career Frustration in the Workplace by Media Specialist, Michael Owhoko

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Michael Owhoko in his book "Carrer Frustration in the Workplace" shared his experiences on how office politics take a toll on workflow and employees after a few months on the job.  He revealed how managers deploy their positions to their advantage despite corporate objectives.  He shared tips on how to handle the frustration having identified the stem.  In his words,
“The words in my book expose what transpires in the workplace all over the world that people have not been bold enough to discuss in the public space,” 
“To avoid pitfalls, I’ve provided and identified specific principles that will put the organization and careers in jeopardy if not addressed and upheld,” 
Throughout the book, employees will begin to make sense of the situations they find themselves in and also, businesses will understand how they can improve their environment." Owhoko said.
The author provides tips for overcoming career oppression • Know your opinions; • Abide by and operate within company rules; • Update your knowledge and skills to make yourself indispensable; • Maintain a position of Nonalignment; • Build relationships only with trustworthy people; • Avoid cutting corners; • Focus on and trust in God; • Safeguard your reputation by maintaining discipline and dignity; • Dress Modestly; and • Do not publicise your extracurricular activites or achievements

Read: Book Review: "Lords of the Creek" by Tony Nwaka (A Must Read)

By reading "Career Frustration in the Workplace" readers will learn how to prove their worth to co-workers, confront bad behavior in a professional way, and follow through on organizational mission statements and objectives. Whether you’re a new professional or a veteran, Owhoko’s words will leave an impact on your career. 

The 64-page book is available in hardcover, soft cover and e-book on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and iUniverse.

Career Frustration in the Workplace 
By: Michael Owhoko 
ISBN: 978-1-4917-8552-2

About the author
Michael Owhoko is a media and public relations practitioner who has worked in the banking, oil and gas, and media industries. Owhoko earned degrees in political science and mass communications from the University of IIorin and the University of Lagos in Nigeria. Currently, Owhoko is the publisher of Media Issues, an online newspaper, and resides in Victoria Island, Lagos. 

You can send e-mail to funmykemmy2009@gmail.com for your book and product reviews.
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Sunday, September 25, 2016

#EducationCannotWait -Rihanna becomes Global Partnership Education Ambassador

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Rihanna has been appointed an Ambassador for Global citizen festival (GPE).  The singer's Clara Lionel Foundation has announced a multi-year partnership with the Global Partnership for Education and international advocacy group Global Citizen.

The partnership will be a multi-year campaign which will help children access education in over 60 developing countries giving priority to girls, and those affected by conflict who are truly the most vulnerable people affected by lack of access to education in the world today.

The Education Cannot Wait fund will help deliver emergency education to children in crises around the globe. It was launched in May with $90 million from the USA, UK, the EU Commission, the Netherlands, and Dubai Cares. The Global Coalition for Business - Education also pledged $100 million.

In her new role as GPE Global Ambassador, Rihanna will encourage world leaders and policymakers to boost their support for global education and education in emergencies through the Global Partnership for Education, the only global organization focused exclusively on improving education in the world’s poorest countries.

Speaking of the partnership, Rihanna said, “I feel strongly that all children everywhere should be afforded the opportunity of a quality education. Therefore I’m proud to announce Clara Lionel Foundation’s partnership with education advocacy leaders like the Global Partnership for Education and Global Citizen. Working together, know we can amplify our efforts and ensure that millions of children gain access to education globally."

Congrats to RiRi!

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Friday, September 23, 2016

Check out 7 Career Strategies for When You're in Between Jobs

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Layoffs and terminated contracts can happen to anyone, at any time. Sometimes it's expected; other times, you're completely blindsided. Regardless of the circumstances, you now have the difficult task of finding your next source of income.

Although you're not working for someone at the moment, you still have a job to do, said Kimberly Schneiderman, a practice development manager at RiseSmart, a company that provides outplacement and career transition services.That job is to represent yourself and continually build your expertise to stay relevant in the marketplace.

To that end, here are seven smart career-building activities to focus on during your time in between gigs.

1. Work on your personal brand

When you're looking for jobs, your application materials — your resume, portfolio and online profiles — are essential to creating a good impression on employers. David Gilcher, lead resource manager at Kavaliro staffing firm, said one of the first things you should do during your "in between" phase is update your resume.

"Your resume is your brand statement," Gilcher told Business News Daily. "Employers want to know what you’ve been up to [and] are interested in learning about the technologies and tools you've used lately. Be sure to list your recent accomplishments. Make sure those items are very clear to see on your resume. Once your resume is good to go, make sure it's online as soon as possible."

Gilcher also advised polishing your social media presence and showing off your latest work and skills.

"Social media is a great way to show what you're all about and what you know," he said. "You can use … blogs [or LinkedIn] to post about topics relevant to the work you do. Providing your insight in a public forum can help potential employers see your perspectives and depth of knowledge."

"Let the world know about what value you can bring to their business," added Fred Mouawad, CEO of Taskworld. "There are many tools available, like Wix, where you can build a website/portfolio with zero coding skills. However, web presence is not just limited to having an online portfolio. Follow influencers in your industry on social media, [and] write articles showcasing your expertise."

2. Find relevant volunteer opportunities

Volunteering in your area of interest is a great activity to pursue between jobs, said Marian Valia, another practice development manager at RiseSmart. This could entail working an event hosted by a prominent industry player, or even offering pro-bono consulting.

"Volunteering in an industry [you] would like to land a job in works in two ways," Valia said. "First, it allows the job seeker to network with their area of interest and tap into the 'hidden' job market (jobs that haven’t been posted yet). Second, this is a great way for job seekers to better understand if the industry is right for them."

Gilcher agreed, adding that it can also be personally rewarding to volunteer.

"Having those 'feel-good' moments when you're in between jobs can be a morale booster even if times [are] tough," he said.

3. Learn a new skill

On an average, it takes about one to three months to find a new job, according to Money. However, it can take up to six months to find a job that you really like, Mouawad said.

"That's long enough to learn a new skill," he said. "Learning a new language, doing short-term professional courses or even pursuing a hobby can make your resume stronger and justify breaks in work experience."

"A mastery of [industry] skills will set you apart from your competition time and time again," Gilcher added. "If you're concerned about having the money to pay for the courses, it is worth noting that many courses are free. There are thousands of resources either online or out in the real world that are within grasp to use for your education."

4. Keep a close eye on your industry

When you do land an interview with a potential employer or client, you'll want to show them how you've remained connected to the industry during your time away, Schneiderman said. She advised professionals who are looking for work to make sure they're staying on top of industry trends by reading trade journals and speaking with peers in the industry to stay in-the-know.

This is a good idea even if you are currently employed, so you're ready to make a move if and when the time comes.

5. Network as much as you can

You might be feeling stressed or anxious about not working, but rather than sitting around worrying, it's better to get out there and talk to as many peers and mentors as you can, as they may hold the key to your next job.

"Reach out to your contacts and former colleagues to let them know when you're back on the market," said Alexis Joseph, head of talent at Rocket Lawyer. "Let those relationships work for you while you're taking the time to rest up and improve your skills."

Mouawad added that people in your network, especially those from former jobs, can serve as great references as well.

"When you are between jobs, make sure you get in touch with your former colleagues for recommendations," he said. "This will not only help you in updating your resume, but might also reveal new leads for job openings in your colleagues' professional circle."

6. Ask for help

If you're feeling stuck or lost in your search, don't be afraid to reach out to an expert for help. For example, Schneiderman said a professional resume writer can help you craft your application materials, which frees you up to network and search for jobs that truly interest you.

Valia added that working with career professionals can provide you an action-oriented and customized approach to helping job seekers find work. They will "hold [you] accountable through all stages of their program," and empower you to land your dream job, she said.

7. Map out a path to your next opportunity

A break between jobs is a great opportunity to map out your needs and wants for your next gig, Joseph said. If you didn't love everything about your last role, this is the time to do some soul-searching and think about what makes you happy — and conversely, what doesn't.

"You don't want to hop back into something that was giving you angst, or even worse, was completely uninspiring," Joseph said. "We spend the majority of our days and weeks on the job, so why not ensure that your next job is something that gets you excited, day in and day out?"

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Friday, September 16, 2016

#BlackBeauty: Lupita N'yong'o graces the cover of Vogue October 2016

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The award winning actress looks so good in her latest shoot for Vogue Magazine's October 2016 edition. Check another cover when you....

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Monday, September 12, 2016

Miley Cyrus is flawless on October 2016 issue of ELLE Magazine

The singer is the cover star on ELLE Magasine's October 2016 edition. She talks about her life, career and relationship in the publication. Flawless or not?
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Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna to welcome their first child together, reveal the gender

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Rob and Blac Chyna have revealed the sex of their baby which will be due this fall - a girl. This was announced on their reality show.   Khloe Kardashian also shared the good news on Instagram.

Congratulations to the family in advance.

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Happy Eid El Kabir 2016 to all Muslims from Funmy Kemmy's Blog

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May God bring you joy, happiness, peace and prosperity on this blessed occasion. May these memories be the most precious ones for you and your family. Have a wonderful Eid Kabir from FKB.

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Sunday, September 11, 2016

Ciara Wilson flaunts baby bump in new shots

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The mother of one and wife of Russel Wilson keeps slaying.
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These #FLOTUS and #PLOTUS baby photos will inspire you

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Cute or not?
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Friday, September 09, 2016

#MissionofHope - Dr. Ala Atubokiki Ibanibo: A beacon of Hope to Young Entrepreneurs and Aspiring Business Men and Women


It seems strange yet amazing that in a season when the economy of the country is in recession, a period we are encouraged to diversify without aid or financial succour to combat the adversities prevalent in our economic horizon - Dr. Ala A. Ibanibo has embarked on a mission of hope to the teeming masses and to shine bright in these seeming state of hopelessness.

Dr. Ala A. Ibanibo is a man who never despised his days of little beginning, but rather through resilience rose to prominence in business and leadership. His heart and actions speak volume of his philanthropic gestures and passion to always lend a helping hand to young and aspiring ones.

The days of his little beginning gave him a firsthand experience of the plight, concerns and needs of start-up ventures requiring the goodwill of older and more experienced entrepreneurs to succeed. It also positioned him to provide the answers to the many precarious questions confronting young business men and women.
Dr. Alà A. Ibanibo

A man of love with an unquenchable passion to see businesses thrive and men plucked from obscurity into limelight. This indomitable radiance of hope is shown in his willingness to share his wealth of experiences with anyone willing to be coached and mentored in business and career. This significant and rare stance in no small measure has endeared him to everyone who has ever met his acquaintance.

On the 11th day of September 2016 in the city of Port Harcourt will herald the beginning of a daunting but carefully thought-out and prayed through vision to coach, mentor and financially support ten thousand (10,000) businesses over the next ten years through the platform of Global Life-Track Resources Centre (GLTRC).
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On this day, marking the life changing take off of this glorious task, 15 businesses will be receiving a timely significant cash loan with zero interest from Global Life-Track Resources Centre (GLTRC).

In order to herald this unprecedented but landmark event, the maiden beneficiaries of this micro-credit are currently undergoing a series of mentorship, coaching and business support training programmes under the watchful eyes of highly qualified and experienced resource persons.

Dr. Ala A. Ibinabo is not oblivious of the many Google business coaches/mentors without any thriving business to lay claims on, but wants to make a difference through his wealth of experiences garnered from setting up and managing thriving businesses in Nigeria and abroad, and also from management courses and degrees. Some of which include the following: 

-Centre for management Development, Shangisha, Lagos;
-Lagos business School OMP 8 -CWC School of Gas & Energy, Mini MBA Houston, Texas;
-General Management Programme of Harvard Business School;
-The CSEP programme of Columbia Business School, New York.
Dr. Alà A. Ibanibo
Dr. Alà A. Ibanibo

Dr. Ala A. Ibanibo in addition also holds an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Business Management from the Pilgrim University of Burlington NC, USA. He is also a fellow of the Institute of cost and management accountants of Nigeria.

All the above have qualified him as a much sought after speaker, mentor, business coach and an indomitable business financier globally.

Visit www.globalltrcentre.org for more information on Dr. Ala A. Ibanibo, Global Life-Track Resources Centre and our events.
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Thursday, September 08, 2016

Singer Ciara glows in new photos

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Marriage really suits her.  I love this look.
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#Stylishfirstfamily Michele & Barack Obama slay in new pictures for Essence Magazine's October 2016

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Michelle and her husband Barack Obama are the cover stars onEssence Magazine's October 2016 edition. They talk about their life in the White House, the state of the nation and the legacy they hope to leave behind.

“…I can unequivocally say that America is better off now than we were when we came into office. By almost every economic measure, we’re better off,” President Obama said. “But having said that, we still have a lot of work to do.”

Aren't they gorgeous?

Photo credit: Essence
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#BadgirlRihanna is the iconic queen in CR Fashion Book |ssue 9 Marie Antoinette-themed

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Rihanna is the cover star for CR Fashion Book Issue 9.  The entire issue is themed around the infamous monarch Marie Antoinette.  In one of the shot, the songstress wears a Dior blazer.

Carine Roitfeld, creator of CR Fashion Book and former editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris, styled the pop star. Terry Richardson did the photo shoot.
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#Fashion&Style: Unleash The Best of Spring Makeup Trends 2016

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The entire world of glamour and fashion is all geared up for a great spring 2017, and it is just the right time to do some revisions for this year. Spring 2016 has been high on classics and predictable ideas, but there were also a few stylish trends and unique themes. If you are someone who loves makeup and want to experiment with ideas, we have enlisted some of the best spring 2016 makeup ideas right here. Take out your palettes and get started with some fun.

Candy girl: Red lips for the spring isn’t something that can be called innovative, and yet, spring runways were all about red apple looks that looked fresh and appealing. Leading names, including Jason Wu, Celine, and Nina Ricci, worked with candy red colours for the lips, keeping rest of the look to bare-minimal. If you like playing with hot and bold lips, this is something that you cannot afford to miss.

Read: #Fashion: Your Complete Spring 2016 Trend Guide at a Glance

Love for blue: Blue eyeliners and makeup were also among the trending ideas. From aqua colours to more soft toned hues, there was something for everyone. Blue makeup requires a bit of daring quotient, and you can wear these colours for most of the casual occasions. Now, most girls love to play with the eye shadow, but if that’s not your daily choice, you can try mascaras and even eyeliners in electric blue shades. Just wear a pair of tights, a cool white tee and blue eyeliner, and you are great for any occasion. For some nice tights, click here.

Salmon state: A lot of designers and fashion houses also worked with salmon and sunset colours. Pastel shades that added a bronzed look but without going too heavy was one of the major takeaways. You can look for softer shades, keep more neutral looks with such kind of colour palettes, and if you want to experiment a bit more, you can play with the eye shadows and mix more tones and shades. Salmon colours, more on orange shades, are also easy to be used for the lips, especially for fair toned girls.
Mascara is here: Mascara is something that many girls just cannot do without. Honestly, for the last few seasons, mascara wasn’t really the rocking idea on the ramp, but thankfully, it has made a comeback in a good way. Black mascara can define your eyes, create volume for the area and can offer the perfect mermaid eyes. As mentioned, you can always play with colours as you like, but black surely isn’t going anywhere. If you don’t use an eyelash curler, don’t miss on that by any means. Curlers add that oomph factor that’s hard to miss.

Hopefully, you had a fix with fashion already, and with these ideas, you can jump to makeup changes right away. Get started now and stay stylish!

[Images Credit: www.harpersbazaar.com/beauty/makeup]

Author: Suzy Walsh is the chief editor for The House Of Elegance Fashion. Known for her great ideas and styling tips, she is followed by readers from varied parts of the globe. 
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Wednesday, September 07, 2016

Happy 18th Birthday Google: "Party like it's 1998"

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Google is celebrating its 18th birthday this September 15, 2016. The domain google.com which was registered on September 15, 1997 was formally incorporated their company, Google, on September 4, 1998 at a friend's (Susan Wojcicki) garage in Menlo Park, California. The first patent filed under the name "Google Inc." was filed on August 31, 1999.
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Kate Upton, Joan Smalls & Emily Ratajkowski are cover stars for Glamour's October 2016 issue

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Glamour Magazine has unveiled Kate Upton, Joan Smalls and Emily Ratajkowski as cover stars for their October 2016 issue.

On what keeps her going Kate said:
“I love what I do—I love fashion. Whatever you wear, it really sets the tone for the day. If I’m in sweatpants, I fully become that person—I’m lazy and kind of a mess. The opposite is also true; fashion can give you confidence. And things have definitely changed in the industry, mostly for the positive. We’re more accepting now. For me, someone like Ashley Graham, who loves her body and is always talking about it, is inspiring.”

Kate Upton

On how she jump-started her career Joan Smalls:
“I had a game plan: Make sure to get an exclusive. Shoot with this photographer. Go to events. Be social. But also being black and Hispanic, you have so much to prove to yourself and your family and everybody back home. I wanted to prove to people it doesn’t matter if you come from a small little island, that you can make it in this industry.”

Joan Smalls

On her ideal feminist world Emily said:
“The ideal feminist world shouldn’t be one where women suppress their human instincts for attention and desire. We shouldn’t be weighed down with the responsibility of explaining our every move. We shouldn’t have to apologize for wanting attention either. We don’t owe anyone an explanation. It’s not our responsibility to change the way we are seen—it’s society’s responsibility to change the way it sees us.”

Emily Ratajkowski
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7 ways to make a good impression at your new job

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The first month in a new job is arguably one of the most critical, as it can set the tone for your entire tenure with the company. Your actions and reactions can make or break your reputation at your new company and can impact your entire career, says Todd Dean, co-founder and CMO of mobile employment app Wirkn.  Here are seven tips for making your first month at a new role one of your best according to Dean.

1. Do your homework

Before you head into the office for your first day, you should have done extensive homework. You're trying to discover as much as you can about your new role, how it fits into the larger business strategy of the company and also learn about the culture.

"You need to show up on your first day with an almost global scope in mind -- what's your role, how you can impact the company on a larger scale, and you also need to learn as much as possible about cultural norms and the company's mission and values before you even walk in the door," Dean says.

2. Converse and connect

As you're introduced to your new colleagues, peers and superiors, ask informal, conversational questions to help you connect with them on a personal level, Dean says. Make a strong first impression on your colleagues by preparing informal, conversational questions that will help you connect with them on a personal level.

"Answer questions about yourself, obviously, and engage in conversation. But try and turn the conversation around to your new coworkers to show interest in learning about them as a person, not just the person in the next cube," Dean says.

Don't forget how important understanding the culture is. Speak to people outside your immediate department, set up lunches, figure out how to make those connections and figure out how they do business.

3. Ask for an initial review

Once you have familiarized yourself with your role and feel more comfortable, ask for feedback -- the more, the better. That way you can make sure you are fitting into the expectations and the cultural norms and, if you don't, you can make the necessary adjustments, Dean says.

"Usually, you're finding your stride around week 3 of your new employment, but you haven't gotten far enough to cement bad habits into place. This is a great time to ask for feedback from your boss and your coworkers to see if you're going in the right direction or if you need to change course," Dean says.

4. Be ambitious, but don't rock the boat

You definitely should speak up, contribute to projects and discussions and make recommendations for improvement if you see processes, policies or bottlenecks that seem to be hindering productivity, but do so within reason. As a new hire, you may not understand the context about a policy or process, so tread lightly. Ask questions first, and then assess whether or not you should suggest alternatives, Dean says.

5. Sacrifice time to build dependability

Take some extra time to arrive early, stay a bit later and take shorter lunch breaks during the first month. Showing this willingness to put in extra hours to learn about the role, company norms and projects shows dedication and will help you stand out and build dependability amongst the team.

"This is a great way to see what the regular operating hours are, too, within the context of company culture. If you're showing up at 8:30 a.m., but most of the team doesn't get in until 10 a.m., then you're 'counter culture,' and it might be best to adjust. However, at least for the first month, err on the side of being overcommitted," Dean says.

Read also: 3 Skills You Need for a More Successful Career

6. Network

Don't limit introductions to your immediate team and supervisors. Reach out beyond your direct role to understand how other teams and departments collaborate and intersect, Dean says.

"This will make you better equipped to contribute and thrive in the current company culture. Trying to make one new connection a day at work helps build your network and also to understand where you fit in the overall structure of the organization," Dean says.

7. Work to enhance credibility

Finally, you should go above and beyond when you're working on specific tasks and team projects so people learn they can rely on you, according to Dean. Of course, don't go to extremes and take on too much responsibility, or carry the load for team members who aren't pulling their weight, but make sure your contributions are solid and dependable, he says.

"A company can train an employee to do a skill, but it can't teach work ethic, perseverance or passion. When you finishing a project, instead of kicking back and surfing social media, be proactive and find other projects, help other team members or find another way to make yourself useful," Dean says.

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Check out list of best player 5* SKILLERS - FIFA 17 Player Ratings

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The list of players in the annual football game, FIFA 17 has been confirmed for a release date by EA.  Cristiano Ronaldo is the highest rated player in FIFA 17.  Other notable names to achieve the five-star skill rating include Manchester United's Paul Pogba, Everton's Yannick Bolasie and reigning PFA Player of the Year Riyad Mahrez.  The list also includes legends such as Pele and Jay-Jay Okocha.
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Check the top ten players below:

1. Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) - OVR 94
2. Lionel Messi (Barcelona) - OVR 93
3. Neymar (Barcelona) - OVR 92
4. Luis Suarez (Barcelona) - OVR 92
5. Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich) - OVR 92
6. Gareth Bale (Real Madrid) - OVR 90
7. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Manchester United) - OVR 90
8. Jerome Boateng (Bayern Munich) - OVR 90
9. Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) - OVR 90
10. David De Gea (Manchester United) - OVR 90
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