Articles by Experteer Magazine

How to say “no” in the workplace

Don’t get caught in the niceties trap

Yay-sayers are among the losers in the workplace. They are more often affected by burnouts and work themselves to the limit – after all, there are always one or two colleagues who take advantage of their kindness. If you’re finding yourself in this trap we’ll show you how to say “no” in a friendly way,…

You may be missing out on unadvertised opportunities

7 Tips For Getting On a Headhunter’s Radar

As a firm we created the model of getting Headhunters online to create a marketplace where headhunters are finding senior level candidates that match their search mandate and can be contacted in a discrete fashion. From the candidate’s perspective, it is an ever pertinent question that in a marketplace of millions of candidates, how can they find their way through to the screening for management jobs. Today, we have insights from Tony Restell, the found of focusing on recruitment topics in today’s networked world. Tony, shares with us, the 7 tips for getting on a headhunter’s radar, read further to find practical tips, to be found..

A manager's list of desired employee behavior
How do you rank?

A Manager’s List of Desired Employee Behavior

If there are two candidates both equal in terms of experience, education, technical knowledge and past deliverable, how do you choose one among them? What key skills are found on the manager’s list of desired employee behavior? These are questions that often come to the forefront while hiring for senior management positions. Then what makes…

The ability to inspire others is learnable

Are you charismatic?

Employees like to be led by charismatic executives. Because they are authentic. Because they inspire. Because they electrify. It has been said that one either naturally has charisma or not. Oops! Error! Charisma can actually be thoroughly learned and used wisely. Our tips will tell you just how to do it. Even if you can…

6 Interview Tips for Women Leader
Confidence is key

6 Interview Tips for Female Leaders

Competence without confidence rarely takes a person to the highest career levels. Although more women than men are now studying at the university level, women still lag behind in c-suite and other senior management positions globally. Among S&P 500 companies, females hold only 14,2 percent of top leadership jobs, and in FTSE 100 companies, a mere seven women hold the title of CEO or Chairman. While there may be a number of reasons for this gap, studies make it clear that one reason is self-doubt, especially when female professionals talk about their accomplishments at work. It directly affects women’s performance in job interviews, naturally. But there is good news for women who undersell themselves. You can learn effective techniques to project the confidence and competence you possess so that a hiring manager sees it too. Start with these interview tips.

Tips to avoid Ageism at workplace
Discrimination in the workplace

Management Skills 101: Tips to fight ageism in the workplace

One of our team leaders waited until his last day at our company to tell us how old he was. Apart from the fact that he looked much older than he really was, I was suddenly aware of why. The rest of his team was older than him and he wanted to avoid that this might call his leadership into question. Yes, ageism in the workplace has become an important issue.