Knowing your ‘why’ is a big step in helping you to live your life focused on your values and what matters most to you, which ultimately will lead to happiness.
There are situations when you should still apply for that role, even if your own background doesn’t quite match the job’s ‘essential experience’.
Your attitude plays a part in your job hunting success. So get positive, and persevere, to secure your dream role.
Seeking advice from recruitment pros makes sense when you are in job hunt mode, but make sure you research broadly as not all ‘experts’ are created equal.
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.
When everything is riding on you finding a job, stress levels can reach sky high. This is the time to try digging deep, with seven tips for moving through challenging times.
Under pressure and with a deadline is how this Executive Assistant works best. Christina Hammond talks all things executive support with us, including a very funny moment with a texting mishap.
Temporary work led Kim to find her niche as an Executive Assistant, learning from others and learning to speak up along the way.
From Namibia to Wellington, Chantel gives us a view into her interesting journey as an Executive Assistant including some funny moments and big challenges.
Job hunters: you’ve seen the job advert online, now what? Check you’ve done these things before you hit ‘submit’