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Just Be Nice!

Who would have thought…but it makes sense! I am fascinated by this inescapable truth that if we treat others in the workplace like we would like to be treated…we are likely to bring out the best in them! Not rocket science…       After years of intensive analysis, Google found the key to good …

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The New Era Recruiter

Four KPAs of the new era recruiter (Bizcommunity) Untapped opportunity lies ahead for South African recruiters who are quick to recognise that reactive, conventional recruitment practice is a thing of the past. As I write, we are rapidly moving into a dynamic new digital and networked environment. With the fundamental shift towards digital channels, both …

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Who is winning the talent wars?

LinkedIn looked at billions of actions to see who is winning the talent wars. Here’s what I learned What does it take to get the best people to work for you? Based on an unprecedented data analysis conducted by LinkedIn, it comes down to two things: Excitement and opportunity.I’ve been working with LinkedIn over the …

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Sage advice!

The career advice I wish I had at 25 (LinkedIn) In the future, when we turn 50, we will each be given a ticket to a time machine and, just once, we will be able to go back in time and talk to our 25-year-old selves.Even then, time travel will be expensive and wreak havoc …

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From this place and no other

From justinwise.co.uk An unchangeable feature of life is that, at every moment, you find yourself inescapably in some situation or other – perhaps one that you did not choose. Every situation, however glorious, however unwelcome, has its own possibilities. However magnificent or terrible it is, you are, conclusively, just here, at this moment in the …

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Naming the game…

“wise” words from Justin Wise: ‘What game are we playing?’ can be a powerful and fruitful question, especially in organisational life. Because what we think we’re doing, and what the game is, are often not the same. Meetings, for example. Is being in meetings, back to back, day in and day out, actually productive? Does …

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