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There are several questions typically asked at the beginning of any project and the answers are the building blocks of project management - defining what we want to do and working out the best way to we can do it. READ MORE »
Employers say workplace skills are just as important as job-specific qualifications when it comes to hiring for new roles, but the majority of jobseekers are not seeing it as a priority when preparing for interviews. READ MORE »
We list the top 10 educational games that you can download to your smartphone, to help keep your brain active in its more idle moments. READ MORE »
Whilst delegation often sounds like the answer to a busy manager’s prayers, it seems that many managers are reluctant to hand over the baton to a team member, but why? A fear of losing control maybe, a reluctance to “dump” work on a team member, or perhaps a lack of confidence in knowing how to? READ MORE »
Retaining your very best people is critical to the long term success of your business, directly impacting customer satisfaction, productivity, morale, succession planning and organisational knowledge and skill levels. The cost involved in losing such people is also significant, more so as you go further up the managerial ladder. READ MORE »