Unexpected Presentations! How To Prove You Come Out A Winner

MAY 4, 2016 | BY LIA
Unexpected presentations

Many people fear public speaking, in fact some people are more afraid of public speaking than they are of dying. You might think that sounds extreme but it really is frightening to stand up and speak in front of others, especially when you haven’t had an opportunity to prepare. Not every job requires people to[…]
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How Would You Improve Your Job Performance?

MAY 3, 2016 | BY LIA
Improving Job Performance

Job interview questions that ask you about ‘areas of improvement’ are very much like the ‘biggest weakness question‘. They essentially serve 3 important functions: They test your honesty and identify what level of self awareness you possess They highlight the areas you need to work on so the company can work out a personal development[…]
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11 Behavioural Interview Questions About Delegating Tasks

APRIL 26, 2016 | BY LIA
Delegating Tasks

“You can do anything, but not everything”       David Allen Delegating tasks to all members of your team is a critical part of effective leadership and it is not as easy as it sounds. You need to think carefully about each persons time constraints and level of ability before you decide the right[…]
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The 2 Most Important Things To Do After A Job Interview Rejection

APRIL 19, 2016 | BY LIA
After A Job Interview Rejection

Job interview rejection is hard to handle, in fact it is a lot harder to accept than having your resume rejected or not being asked in for a first interview. You worked hard to get your resume past the resume screening robots, ticked off all the right steps to make sure you were invited in[…]
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How to Show You Are Not a Delegation Control Freak

APRIL 12, 2016 | BY LIA
Delegating Without Micro Managing

“Micromanaging” can often be seen as a dirty word but sometimes there is a good reason to micromanage. Most employers recognise this but they still want to know that you recognise that micro managing has a time and place and that you are not the sort of manager who prefers to do everything themselves. Managers[…]
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7 Body Language Tips For Your Next Job Interview

APRIL 11, 2016 | BY LIA
Body Language Tips For Job Interviews

Body language is a very powerful tool. We had body language before we had speech, and apparently, 80% of what you understand in a conversation is read through the body, not the words.               Deborah Bull The fact that you have been invited in for an interview means your[…]
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3 Surprising Characteristics of Great Salespeople

APRIL 4, 2016 | BY LIA
Surprising Personality Traits of Salespeople

It’s no surprise that great salespeople are goal oriented, great communicators & networkers and have a high degree of persistence. These things are off course important, which is why we wrote a post on how to show employers you have these qualities during a sales job interview. But which other, less obvious qualities do great[…]
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The Best Way to Delegate Tasks and Monitor Progress

MARCH 31, 2016 | BY LIA
Delegating and monitoring progress

As soon as you decide to put someone in charge of a task, it’s your responsibility to make sure that they complete it. They are the ones working on the project, but you’re the one in charge of the process. Companies want to know that you watch over your employees. They also want to know[…]
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