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Leadership & Management

Hiring is a Competitive Sport - Here’s How to Win ...

Andrew Penny, June 7 2022

One of our clients is expanding quite quickly and hiring people. They are in the business of creating complex and highly sensitive sensors to measure everything that’s going on with our ocean waters. Naturally they’re looking to hire people who are interested and hopefully passionate about the same sorts of things. So what do they do if they want t...

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Leadership & Management

Tips for Hiring Manufacturing Jobs

Jelena Franco, May 3 2022

So many manufacturers are hiring these days – or at least trying to. Our manufacturing clients are bouncing back after Covid with lots of new business, and their pipelines are full. Some are struggling to find components and materials, and many are wondering where they are going to find the people they need to keep up with the production.

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Leadership & Management

Your Employees: “Should I stay or should I go now?”

Graham, April 19 2022

There is undoubtedly a bit of a major transformation of the working world going on. Some say it's a "clash” between old school and new school management.  Unemployment has never been lower, the number of job vacancies has never been higher, and yet there are more and more people choosing not to work – or not do paid work.  And this leads to greate...

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Leadership & Management

How to deal with procrastination - one frog at a time

Graham, February 1 2022

My name is Graham Birkenhead and I am a procrastinator. I'm not alone, I'm not even in the minority.  It is estimated that 15 to 25% of adults are chronically affected by procrastination, and up to 75% of adults procrastinate on a regular basis.  Not only does it mean that you put off doing tasks and activities that need to be done, but the knowled...

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Communication

Think twice before saying “Good job!”

Jelena Franco, June 22 2021

In my first job as a Key Account Manager in the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods industry, I was trying to sell a couple of pallets of Carpaccio to my client in Riga. The client kept ignoring my calls and I was starting to feel very frustrated. I had only been on the job for about a month and was starting to feel that I would never succeed at this. I cal...

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