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.
Tips & Tricks
It’s fun to have a good laugh, but did you know that it’s also good FOR you?
When people let you down, it can be easy to fall into a pattern of blaming yourself, or trying to fix the other person. But there’s a better way to cope, with these four simple steps.
Job hunters: you’ve seen the job advert online, now what? Check you’ve done these things before you hit ‘submit’
It’s coming to the end of the interview and now it’s your turn. Many job seekers forget that they are there to ask questions too. Consider these points to discuss with your interviewer.
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.
I recently heard a TED Talk on the topic of choice. This got me thinking about how we make decisions about our jobs, and choose whether to accept or decline a job offer.
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.
As a new manager, I’m always interested in learning about new ways to motivate my team and increase our productivity, so I was particularly excited to hear about the following time management techniques at the recent RCSA event.
Would you be able to nominate two positive referees from previous employers? It is a question nearly every recruiter will ask you at some point in your application process.