In a tight labor market, it will become increasingly important to sell passive candidates on how moving to your company will benefit their career and lifestyle. And your company will need to seek out the superstars in your field in order to stay one step ahead of the competition. Finding these high-performers is your first
Treat staff turned down for promotion with indifference and you can risk leaving them feeling vulnerable and unmotivated, as if their career options are irreversibly closing in on them. According to reliable human resources companies, such as Solvo Global, says that too few companies take sufficient steps to repair fragile egos and the derailed career
#trusthewhy Fundamentals and Values Get You Through Any Cycle A Blog to Book Project I have always thought of myself as a “spiritual entrepreneur” and a spiritual person. What does that means to me? “You can’t keep it unless you give it away”. Serving and helping people, being optimistic, authentic and building mutually respectful relationships
My colleague and friend Brian Solis just published an article that is a stunning confirmation of what we have all been seeing, experiencing and living, regarding the end of business as we have known it, or business as usual. Business as usual is now an ongoing, changing and fluid happening and daily occurrence and experience.
Leveraging brand identity is important for all companies, large and small. Consider some of the all time masters of brand marketing, such as Coca-Cola, McDonald’s and Kodak, and instantly we can envision the company spirit instead of just a single product. In order to better understand how to leverage the power of brand marketing, a
Myopia is the most common type of refractive errors worldwide. Also, the cause for which most patients visit eye care doctors is myopia. It is the most common cause of wearing glasses, contact lenses and refractive (laser) surgeries. We will help you to understand more about Myopia in simple words. Myopia is a refractive error that existed in people
This is a repost of a previous article from the author, speaker Barry Gottlieb One of my favourite mentors, Brian Tracy, created eight steps for solving problems. Here they are in simple terms: Step One… Start with a positive attitude. It is really important to approach any situation with the confident expectation that you will
We “love our Twitter” for many reasons. I have been able to meet so many amazing people and have made so many actionable connections and relationships on Twitter. The biggest learning curve about the social media’s are the etiquette and protocol and respecting how everyone chooses to use them. It can be quite overwhelming. Some
”Harness all that you have done and learned to add value to your personal brand” What colleagues and customers value are well-rounded people who bring many “intangibles” to the job and table. “Intangible assets are defined as identifiable non-monetary assets that cannot be seen, touched or physically measured, which are created through time and/or effort”.