The Ultimate Guide to a Successful Interview
Posted on October 15, 2018
If you haven’t attended an interview for a little while, things have changed while you were away. It’s now the equivalent of going out on a blind date and expecting that gorgeous person from the ad, but finding a multi-headed hydra answering the door to you. As you’re lured into the room, you have no […]
7 Ways to Prove Impact in Your CV
Posted on September 25, 2018
If an employer is going to invest in you as a candidate, they will expect you to make an impact in your role. So, when writing your CV, it’s important to show how your actions have benefited your previous employers. Rather than simply listing your responsibilities throughout your CV, you should always endeavour to link […]
What Candidates Really Look for in a New Job
Posted on September 15, 2018
All things being equal job seekers prefer to choose a new role not on the basis of salary or job title but for the sake of the employer brand and organisational culture. A Korn Ferry study found 73 per cent of respondents claim their number one driver at work is doing a job that has […]
Why Teamwork is Your Key to Success
Posted on August 2, 2018
The success of any organization depends on how well its members communicate and handle tasks together. Clearly, teamwork is an essential part of the everyday organizational activities because it provides information, motivation, and, ultimately, better decisions. For example, without collaboration, the information about important activities would not be shared among the members of the organization, […]
Five Factors That Lead to Successful Projects
Posted on July 18, 2018
Having a talented project manager is the first step to actual project success, but there are other important factors that contribute largely to a project’s outcome. It takes careful planning, attention to detail and effective communication to make a project succeed. With vigilant management and a strong project closing, a company can consistently reach project […]
Interview Prep 101: Back to Basics
Posted on July 1, 2018
Your CV has received great feedback, you’ve passed the telephone screening and finally been invited to interview. However, it’s not time to celebrate just yet; there’s still a lot of work to be done before you land the job.
Winning Leadership Traits for Project Success – Scott Ragin
Posted on June 8, 2018
Projects are run by people who understand every aspect of effective implementation and solving issues as they arise. These managers require supervisory skills and expertise to ensure proper leadership for the company’s daily operations and managing staff. Leaders should demonstrate excellent professional skills in managing human resources and directing the implementation in the way that […]
What Are The Top 20 Words to Use in your Resume?
Posted on May 17, 2018
This is really interesting and outlines some really great ‘Power’ Words to use in your Resume. They will really engage the reader and hook them in!
Six Skills You Should Never Stop Practicing Regardless of Your Experience Level
Posted on April 8, 2018
One thing that great leaders will tell you, is that no matter how successful you are – development and learning should never stop.
7 Smart Ways to Get More Done This Week
Posted on March 3, 2018
Would you like to make this week a productive one, especially after the Bank Holiday weekend? The following pointers can help you get through that To-Do List effectively.