It’s possible to survive AND thrive while studying and working full time – if you approach it right.
For the leader in you
Thinking back on my career, I realised I’ve learned a few lessons about being a good leader, so decided to share these in the hope that they might help others in their own leadership journey.
Is it true that some people are luckier than others? You can craft your own luck if you know how.
This is one of my favourite ideas on how to support your team and encourage them to work smarter, be more productive and more engaged.
We’d like to share a few tips our recruiters have picked up, that will help you take a step forward in the LinkedIn community and increase your chances of being discovered for new opportunities.
Recently taking over a secondment in our Wellington branch has not only meant commuting from Auckland each week, but stepping into a new role. This is how I’ve managed both the personal and professional challenges.
If you feel like you’re working hard but accomplishing very little, you may be affected by the 80/20 rule. Find out how to overcome this in both your work and personal life.
Here are some tried and tested tips on CV writing, which I’ve acquired over my 15 years of experience as a recruiter.
Observing the landscape as we sit more than midway through 2016, it’s very safe to say that the finance and accounting market continues to flourish.
Entering into 2016 as a young leader in recruitment, I find it timely that I put on paper a few lessons that I have learnt in my current role. I think back to 2013 when my CEO, Simon Bennett, gave me the chance to step into a leadership position. I was excited, pretty naïve (if…