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5 Ways to Make Your Resume Stand Out

5 Ways to Make Your Resume Stand Out

Sixty seconds is all your resume will be given by a hiring manager before they move on to the next one. Those sixty seconds are what you have to sell yourself. If your resume looks and feels like just any other, there’s a good chance you’ll be overlooked for an opportunity to be invited for … Continued

How To Effectively Manage Egos Within Your Team

How To Effectively Manage Egos Within Your Team

Behind every successful leader is a team of smart, competent and intelligent individuals. Hence, to be a successful, result-oriented leader you need to develop a team of talented, smart and intelligent people around you. A team that can overcome enormous challenges and has the ability to produce extraordinary output. A team of creative and innovative … Continued

How to Reinvent Retention Strategies That Work

How to Reinvent Retention Strategies That Work

Retention strategies for talent should be every company’s priority. It’s something that simply cannot slip pass your radar. Competition is stiff, the market is actively looking for talented individuals and you have some of them. You have to be on your guard otherwise you’ll quickly watch your top resources slip away leaving behind a huge … Continued

How Prepared Are You for Future HR Challenges?

How Prepared Are You for Future HR Challenges?

A study conducted by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development in UK found that most CEOs consider talent related matters as their number one concern. These concerns range from engaging employees, optimizing performance, alignment to the business and capacity building. All of these are serious concerns which shape the future HR challenges that need … Continued

5 Habits You Need To Shake Off To Remain Energized

5 Habits You Need To Shake Off To Remain Energized

Every now and then the stresses of work and the pressures of deadlines takes its toll on us. Our creativity takes a nosedive and our energy level flat lines. It’s bound to happen over a period of time when you’re working hard to balance your professional and personal lives. The resultant, of course, is a … Continued

5 Risks Worth Taking to be Headed Towards Success

5 Risks Worth Taking to be Headed Towards Success

When things are going well it would be foolish to do anything to change it. Why take risks when everything is going smoothly, right? In truth, the mark of a successful leader isn’t made by the things that they leave constant. Instead, it’s by the risks they take and the successes they achieve from the … Continued

Why Women Need To Be Speaking Up In Meetings

Why Women Need To Be Speaking Up In Meetings

During my meetings with clients I’ve often sat at tables with individuals from various demographics representing their companies. They’ve been men, women, senior management, middle tier managers, team members and so on. Unless I’m in a meeting with predominately women, I’ve often felt that men do most of the talking. I did some reading on … Continued

7 Mistakes Leaders Make That Impact Their Success

7 Mistakes Leaders Make That Impact Their Success

Thanks to my practice, over the years I’ve had the opportunity to meet several leaders from various backgrounds and industries. All of them had remarkable personalities, self-drive and big plans about what they wanted to achieve. They all have impeccable grasp over their chosen industry and have worked hard to achieve success. They all were … Continued

How To Channel Your Frustrations Into Positive Energy

How To Channel Your Frustrations Into Positive Energy

We’ve all faced frustration every now and then at work. When you’re so passionate about what you do certain negatives can agitate us. The reaction to these generally is anger and frustration – both of which we try to avoid, but sometimes it’s inevitable. Sure the books and blogs you read all tell you about … Continued

How to Recharge Your Team to Avoid Complacency

How to Recharge Your Team to Avoid Complacency

Good leaders know that to achieve the big challenges of their function, they can’t do it alone. So one of the first few things they do is to build a team of talented individuals to work with. Next it’s imperative to clarify what role each team member will play in the function and what their … Continued

Why There Has To Be More Women In Senior Leadership Roles

Why There Has To Be More Women In Senior Leadership Roles

Congratulations to be Emma Walmsley who was recently appointed as GSK’s new Chief Executive. It’s definitely a step forward for diversity when yet another woman makes it to a leadership role – even more so when that company is a Fortune 500. She now joins 23 other women who are CEOs of Fortune 500 companies. … Continued