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When business schools create change agents

Posted by: Xavier Brooke
on July 20th, 2015 No Comments

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In the modern, information driven society we all live in today, change is something that happens pretty much at every second, throughout every day of the year and it often feels so frequent that we kind of prefer not to pay attention to it at all. The 21st century is considered a new Golden Age

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The Key to a Successful Salary Negotiation

Posted by: Nicholas Brooke
on June 24th, 2015 No Comments

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Starting a new job is often both enjoyable and at a rather frightening experience, because of the pretty wide array of changes that are likely to occur in our everyday lives. Often caught up by these emotions, we don’t take full advantage of the opportunities presented and the best example here is salary negotiation. Believe

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The video that never gets old: The Expert [Hilarious VIDEO]

Posted by: Nicholas Brooke
on April 9th, 2015 No Comments

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Meetings can be tough for many of us at work. But when you mix them with an impossible task, you might find yourself in a ‘one of a kind’ situation. Especially if you are supposed to be the Expert in the room. If humour is not your skill, then you might not make it through

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Do Today’s Professionals Hold All the Pieces of the Puzzle?

Posted by: Xavier Brooke
on March 31st, 2015 No Comments

life is a puzzle

The long-running standard was for professionals to become solely trained in one trade, such as marketing or engineering. In today’s age, people are becoming skilled in a diverse number of aspects. For instance, a single person can learn a bit of coding, hold a corporate job in marketing, launch a start-up, and sit on a

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Why millennials choose one job over another

Posted by: Nicholas Brooke
on March 26th, 2015 No Comments

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Countless posts have been written about Millennials, while employers are still trying to make sense of how to better approach and motivate them. According to Futurestep survey, compensation is one of the least important factors for recruiting Millennial talent, while visibility and buy-in into the mission/vission are key. Do you fit in this category? What

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You Know Someone Has Done An MBA When…

Posted by: Nicholas Brooke
on August 18th, 2014 No Comments

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An MBA degree brings along a lot of changes and while some can only distinguish the benefits that directly emerge from the actual study process, there is much more than that. People with an MBA are substantially different than others in many ways. So how do you spot them? Well, you know someone has done

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Use The Internet To Land Your Post-Grad Dream Job

Posted by: Xavier Brooke
on May 26th, 2014 No Comments

Post Grad Dreamjob

Research shows that 91% of all adults carry their mobile phones with them at all times. Here are 4 tips for mastering your digital image and bringing your media profile up to date during your post-grad job hunt. Now, more than ever, post-grads are looking to begin their careers. Don’t be the one searching blindly

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Popular Trends in Recruitment and What You Need To Know About Them

Posted by: Diana Zaharia
on April 23rd, 2014 1 Comment

Recruitment Trends

 Since 2007 there have been far more job seekers than available positions. This has forced many employers to adopt new hiring methods in order to wade through the masses of applications many receive while at the same time ensuring that they select the best candidate for the job.   How can the savvy job seeker

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The Toughest Job In The World

Posted by: Diana Zaharia
on April 17th, 2014 No Comments

Toughest job in the world

Should the toughest job get the biggest pay? Ever wondered what is the toughest job in the world and what’s the pay for it? Here it is : Director of Operations in a very special industry. Imagine a job with extensive responsibilities, both mental and physical, working night shifts and on major holidays like Christmas

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What kind of smart are you?

Posted by: Diana Zaharia
on April 7th, 2014 No Comments

IQ Test

There is a lot of progress being made in the past decades to understand and unravel the different types of intelligence we possess as human beings. For a long time we only used to refer to intelligence as the ability of abstract thinking and measure it with IQ tests. More recently we have become more

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