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Showing emotion in the workplace can be a great challenge for senior-level managers

Why is empathy at work so difficult?

Most senior managers and professionals become experts in their fields after many years of experience. Leadership is also often learned on the job. More recently, empathy at work seems to have picked up steam as one of the key skills a leader must possess. However, it is not the easiest skill to nail down, especially…

Saying No at Work - How to Respectfully Decline
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Stop saying yes when you really want to say no

Why “No” is the Magic Word

Many people find it difficult to say no. For senior managers and executives, being able to effectively manage your resources and say no when necessary is a crucial skill. This is the key to staying on track with your goals, as well as looking after your health. People who say yes to every request are…

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Don’t miss out on unique opportunities to further your career

7 Tips for Getting on a Headhunter’s Radar

Experteer has created an online marketplace that enables headhunters to find senior-level candidates that match their mandate and contact them in a discrete fashion. In a marketplace of millions of job seekers, candidates are always asking how they can find their way through to the screening for management jobs. Today, we have insights from Tony Restell, the found of social-hire.com focusing on recruitment topics in today’s networked world. Tony shares with us 7 tips for getting on a headhunter’s radar. Read further for practical tips on how to be found.

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Unlock your team’s potential

How to Turn Yea-Sayers into True Thinkers

Do you find that no matter what you say your team is always nodding? If so, you could be surrounded by typical yea-sayers. But unproductive servitude and the fear of rejection can greatly impact how well a job is done and a company’s success. Social worker Martin Bergmann explains how to create an appreciative work…

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Working remotely is a fast-growing trend in the modern workforce

What Are the Challenges of Working in Virtual Teams?

A virtual team can be defined as “a group of individuals who work across time, space, and organizational boundaries, and interact primarily through electronic communications.” According to a study conducted by RW3 CultureWizard*, 87% of employees working within multinational companies conduct at least part of their work virtually. The study also found that only 16% had the…

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Combining personal and professional life is increasingly common in today’s world

The New Norm for Management Jobs: Work-Life Integration, Not Balance

Salary.com found that 64 percent of employees visit non-work-related websites every day during work hours, including social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Due to the increasing rate of technological advancement, the lines between home and office have become extremely blurred. Today, it is perfectly acceptable to check work emails over weekends and while…

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Highlight your leadership skills to land the perfect position!

Does Your Resume Show That You’re a Leader?

You know you’re a leader, but does your resume show it? It should. Before you have that initial meeting with a potential employer, your resume creates that all important first impression. You want to brand yourself as a great leader, loud and clear, to increase your chances of landing your perfect position! We spoke with…

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Leverage yourself and multiply the value you bring to your company

The Why and How of Effective Delegation

Have you received feedback (formally or informally) on that delegation would make you more efficient and successful at your work? Are you drowning under work pressure because ultimately you need to take all the decisions and check every minuet detail that is under your authority? I would say about time to think about delegating. How do you create effective delegation in management positions? Read further…

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Get ahead while the competition is taking a break

5 Ways to Make Strides in Your Career This Summer

The days are long and hot, your colleagues are dreaming about their upcoming vacations, and a relaxed mood has taken over the office. Typically the summer months are a time for taking it easy, with extended lunches and escaping early on a Friday afternoon the norm. Now is the perfect time to stand out from the crowd…

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