5 Things Firms Need To Offer To Attract The Best Female Talent
International Women’s Month, yet another moment when female power, talent, and ambition are celebrated and appreciated
Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late To Follow Your Passion
I was watching a great video today about an Engineer who on retiring decided to take up art. He had been an Engineer all his life, but he knew deep down that he wanted to be an artist.
Take Care of Your Staff and They Will Take Care of Business
High turnover in an organisation can reflect badly on the outside and shows an inability to keep staff.
THE TELEPHONIC INTERVIEW
A Telephonic interview is a great way for any organization to scrutinize all the candidates quickly and cost-effectively, without making the investment of the same level of time and efforts that are being involved in a Face-to-Face interview. In the today’s world, Telephonic interviews are generally conducted by the recruiters as an initial step in the hiring process.
Building and Growing Your Business to Compete Successfully
it’s important to know where every one of your customers is coming from. It’s easy enough to do, you just ask them. When you understand where they’re comingfrom, you’re able to scale your business accordingly.
What Customers Want: A Simple Guide To Being More Customer Focused
The advantage of focusing on what your customers actually want rather than what you think they want are huge.......... Don’t assume, ask, Value ,
5 Simple Qualities You Can Develop To Become a Better Leader
Here are five qualities which have helped take my leadership to that next level.
Should HR have a seat at the strategic table?
HR has come a long way from being an administrative center to a strategic business partner since its inception. However, widespread doubts about HR’s contribution to organizational performance has rendered it the reputation of being an overhead and compliance driving department only. According to Deloitte's 2017 Global Human Capital Trends report, HR practitioners graded themselves a C (2.0 on a five-point scale) in effectiveness while non-HR practitioners grading HR a C- (1.8 score).