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Be Successful With More Effective Communication

Communications play a central role in day-to-day work. As a senior executive, this means you also have a challenge: You expect that your counterpart in the conversation will listen, understand and act as you wish. Using suitable communications techniques is an important key competency for senior managers. Effective communication is a capability, which can be…

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The most wonderful time of the year…

Holiday Etiquette in the Office

This is the soppy time of the year when you have the chance to let people in your life know how important they are to you: family, of course, friends, for sure and … office colleagues? Yes of course for networking and then the next senior position or promotion. OK, also so that you can breathe…

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How to evaluate your strengths & weaknesses for ultimate career success

Tips on Writing Self-Assessments for the End of the Year

As here self-assessment, also known as a self-appraisal or self-evaluation, gives employees the opportunity to share with their manager the work they have done since their last review, how they have performed on those tasks, areas they feel they can improve on, and what their supervisors can do to help them perform their job better….

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What not to do when out drinking with colleagues at the Oktoberfest!

It’s that time of the year again. Munich gets about 6 million visitors every year on account of the largest beer fest the world witnesses (German beer rocks, because you bring out the statistics). Last year about 6.4 million visitors gulped down a neat 6.7 liters of beer. What began as a marriage invite party thrown out by the King Ludwig inviting the whole town, has become a great tourist attraction for the city of Munich year after year.

5 more things executive recruiters look for on your resume
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Increase your chances of success with your resume

How to Beat ATS Software When Applying for Senior-Level Roles

When looking for a new job, your resume is the most important tool to help land exciting new career opportunities. And it’s no secret that a successful resume has to be up-to-date, well-written and highlight your most relevant skills and experience. Do you believe your resume is up to scratch but still not getting the…

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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…

Tips for Your Next Headhunter Interview
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Informed, Motivated, and Engaged – Tips for Your Next Headhunter Interview

In a meeting with a headhunter, would you hungrily wolf down a sloppy sandwich? Or back him into a corner by demanding to know, “How did you find me?” This is no way to make a first impression. On the other hand, if you enter the interview well informed about the position and the company in question, and pose relevant questions to the headhunter, this will count in your favor. Today, we spoke with Dr. Thomas K. Heiden, of the recruiting firm heiden associates, recently recognized by Focus Magazine. Read on to learn how you can best prepare yourself for an interview with a headhunter. With these tips for your next headhunter interview, you’ll score points and get an edge on your competition.

motivate as manager this summer
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Beat the Heat: Motivate as a Manager this Summer

The sun’s rays have a positive effect on our physical and mental well-being. The warmth does us good and refills our energy reserves. The light stimulates the metabolism and aids in vitamin D production. The body requires vitamin D to utilize calcium and build strong bones. There is even information to suggest that it can…

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How to Make the Most of Professional Disappointment

How to deal with work rejection

Plenty of managers or people vying for the next career step tend to go through a sine curve of emotions at various points in their careers. Maybe it is your new big idea that got turned down, or the fact that you got ignored for the promotion you had been secretly expecting. Worse still, the person you least…

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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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