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SWOT yourself

SWOT yourself


The purpose of a personal SWOT analysis is to get to know who you really are, where you stand and to find out the best way to get to where you want to be. 

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How can studying a language benefit your career?

How can studying a language benefit your career?


In any line of business, effective communication is essential. You need to be able to converse confidently in the language of your clients and customers – even if this isn’t your native tongue. If you have hit the language barrier within your business, you may well require professional training to rectify this shortfall.

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Learn to code, and boost your career prospects

Learn to code, and boost your career prospects


Last year, I made a decision to purchase a book, ¨PHP for beginners; ¨ will follow this reading up with ¨Visual Basic for dummies¨ soon. Frustrated by not having so much flexibility on what I see on my computer, be it a website, or any software I used, I decided to teach myself some programming.

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The Importance of Networking

The Importance of Networking


Networking can’t (and shouldn’t) replace talent. But if you network actively, you have a far greater chance of having your talent recognised.
Here are some top tips on networking effectively to find a new job, make a career change or get promoted.

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How to develop leadership skills

How to develop leadership skills


We can admit that it is possible to be born with management skills, but the wrong motivation and understanding of it will not lead you anywhere. On the other hand, there is a very small percentage that a shy person could become the second Napoleon.

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Top 3 things to know about top 10 tips


Have you noticed how many articles these days begin with “Top 3 / 5 / 10 tips” of things you simply must know? Not just in the area of recruitment and job searching but in so many areas of professional life. (Yes, I’m guilty of having written a few of those myself). Although the promise of simplicity and speed beckons us, how useful are they?

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Why Emotional Intelligence at workplace matters?

Why Emotional Intelligence at workplace matters?


The term "emotional Intelligence" is being heard more and more often in the world of human recources. What is it, and why is it important to talk about it?

Daniel Goleman, an Amercian psychologist introduced the term Emotional Intelligence (EI) to the general public. He defined it as the ability to receive and apply knowledge from your emotions and the emotions of others. Contrary to popular belief, Emotional Intelligence is not about being nice: it is a way of being smart – having your emotions under control, making the right decisions and using your influence on others in order to achieve common goals.



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