In these highly competitive times where restructure is commonplace, it is more important than ever to ensure you are adding value to your organisation.
Apparently people with fixed mindsets are less likely to persevere and more likely to give up than those who have developed growth mindsets.
Have you ever read a LinkedIn profile, cover letter or resume written in the third person and cringed? Me too!
There comes a time in most of our lives where we find ourselves looking for work. Sometimes it happens by choice, and sometimes by surprise.
Why do I do what I do? People. This is a great question for you to ask yourself if you have reached a fork in the road of your working life. It will help you make critical decisions around your career if you’re unsure.
The absolute basics are often the first to be overlooked, despite being the most important.
Your profile needs to be relevant and with only 140 characters to work with in describing yourself.
Here are some hard and fast rules to live by when you are asked to attend a Skype interview…
I found myself reflecting on the person I was in my work place and how I had a misjudged the definition of leadership.
Prioritise according to urgency, importance and control.