In this guest article, Richard Clements from Clear Cut Selection writes about the importance of strong communication skills in job interviews, and provides pointers on how to improve for your next interview.
In this guest post, HR Business Partner Ankita Poddar explains how asking for what you want is a competitive advantage in today's world, and sets a challenge to get you asking more.
Sarah Tempest, chief designer at Tempest Designs, writes The Avid Doer's first guest article on the pros and cons of micromanagement.
In this post, I talk about risk, how to manage it and how to apply risk mitigation to the work you do and your career trajectory.
What’s the point of effective communication when YOU don’t have a point? In this post I write about how effective communication needs to be productive too.
Ever had feedback from an interview that suggested you were so close to being offered the role bar one tiny detail that you could’ve remedied, but now you’re kicking yourself for not explaining yourself properly? Here’s the most important question I ask in every interview to stop this happening again.
Professional credibility sits at the core of any person, in any profession, and acts as your career’s reputation. If you're looking for ways to establish, or even build on your professional credibility, take a look at this post where I explain how this can be done in just two steps.
One of the best ways to improve your verbal communication is recording yourself and watching it back. In my first video post, I share the benefits of recording yourself and tips on improving your confidence with your verbal communication.
There's a course you really want to do but work won't pay for it. What if I was to tell you that funding your own training is a blessing in disguise, and has far better benefits for you than if work paid for it? Read more if I have tickled your intrigue.
Last week I shared how to prepare a brainstorm. This post follows this up by sharing 5 easy steps to make sure you lead the brainstorming session with ease and with maximum productivity.