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The Human Advantage

Improve Soft Skills to Defend Your Job against Robots

It will not happen overnight, but in the next few decades, artificial intelligence tools are likely to take over a lot of the tasks you do at work. That does not have to mean unemployment, though. Communication and creative skills are fast becoming game-changers for professionals who want to succeed and lead. Improve soft skills…

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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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Going off the Grid!

Permanent Availability on the Job

Being available at all hours is extremely important for many companies, but does this mean that employees have no right to switch off? Why shutting off your Smartphone and going “off the grid” should be allowed. Honestly, was it necessary to send that last email on Friday at 9:17pm? Could you not have sent that…

hidden talent
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Spotting Special Employees

Turns Out, You May Be Sitting On Hidden Talent

Leaders: promoting from within? You’re doing it all wrong Filling management spots is a common leadership headache. Let’s say you are on the hook to find the right person for an open team lead position. You look at the pool of talent that is already in the company, and consider whether it might be better…

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Making a plan of action

Establishing Career Goals to Achieve Your Dreams

If you’re looking to move forward in your career, it’s important to have a vision for your future. No matter what position you’re in now, establishing career goals can steer you in the right direction of where you want to go and can lead you to success. Without career goals, you can stay complacent and…

what-your-interviewer-isnt-telling-you
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Reading Between the Lines

The Biggest Lie of HR Recruiters? “We’ll Be In Touch.”

Why do so many people hate politics? Is it the performance? Is it the candidates? Is it the awful and mildly uncreative advertisements? Actually, it’s the double-speak. The fact of the matter is that, today, the general public equates political double-speak with definite equivocation. A party with something to hide. A candidate who will renege…

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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.

change of career
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The Executive’s Guide to Career Reorientation

Is it Time for a New Direction?

Not many executives wake up on a Monday morning with a cry of joy. And every employee complains about his colleagues, or irritating customers now and then – these aren’t good reasons to start looking for a new job. But any employee who believes that their current position isn’t making full use of their potential, should seriously consider a career reorientation. Oftentimes, as you ascend the career ladder, more and more career opportunities become available for those on the senior management level.

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Wearing a lampshade on your head is – excuse us – old hat. Violate your corporate policies in style this season.

5 Quick Ways to Ruin Your Career at the Annual Company Holiday Party

Is it already that time of year again? Time for the annual company holiday party? Some celebrate with a formal banquet, others with a sad buffet of frozen finger food. But alcohol is usually in full swing – and along with the open bar comes a wide array of opportunities for faux pas. To keep…

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What is a manager to do?

Should You Be Friends With Your Employees?

If you are in a leadership role, then be the boss, not a friend. Nevertheless, one of the things that separate a great manager from a good manager is the manager’s ability to be cordial and friendly with the members of his or her team. Drawing the line between cordiality and friendship can be difficult, but…

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