4 Ways To Galvanise Your Team By Sharing Success

Written by Andrew Nicholas on May 18, 2015

As an ambitious business leader it’s easy to get swept up in the accolades that come through success. Whilst there’s no harm in a certain amount of congratulation for a job well done, to be a truly great leader you will need to learn to share success and by doing so you will earn the respect of your team.  Great leaders are able to lead from the back, empowering and motivating their team, which in turn leads to outstanding individual performances, loyalty and hard work.

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5 Tips For Impressing In Your Next Interview

Written by Andrew Nicholas on May 13, 2015

Interviews can be stressful and daunting with only a small amount of time to win over your potential employer and convince them that hiring you would be a great business decision. But with the right preparation, practice, and attitude, you could be well on your way to progressing through to the next stage.

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8 Tips For Acing A Video Interview

Written by EO Executives on Apr 27, 2015

Video interviewing is growing in popularity as an assessment tool for the early part of the hiring process. In fact, since 2011 the use of video interviewing has risen 49% and 6 in 10 HR Managers now use video as part of the interview process.

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4 Tips For Helping New Hires Find Allies

Written by Andrew Nicholas on Apr 08, 2015

The workplace is a social environment – there’ll be colleagues new employees get on with, some who become good friends and some they may clash with.

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The Crucial Lesson For Business Leaders From The Political Debate

Written by EO Executives on Apr 07, 2015

With the election hotting up, the televised leaders debate made for compelling viewing last week. Both during and after the debate I was monitoring social and mainstream media to try and get a feel for the “winners” on the night and I was surprised by what I found...

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Eliminating Deception To Make Better Hires [Ebook]

Written by Andrew Nicholas on Apr 02, 2015

It might not be something you often think about but a suprising amount of lies and deception take place when candidates apply for a job. A study by the Harvard Business Review found that 81% of people lie about themselves during job interviews with the average person telling 2.19 lies per 15-minute interview.

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How To Use Social Media To Build A Talent Pipeline

Written by Andrew Nicholas on Mar 30, 2015

The Internet has made companies more transparent than ever. Social media lets customers see inside a business, and businesses now communicate in a personal yet public way on a daily basis. But the public face of businesses is not just shown to customers. Candidates form an opinion about how progressive companies are by looking at what you choose to share online, and nothing defines a brand’s personality more than its online presence.

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6 Ways You Can Use Technology To Make Better Hires

Written by EO Executives on Mar 20, 2015

Technological advancements are all around us. From how we store files to how we follow directions, even how we use taxis – technology has made all areas of our lives that little bit better and more convenient.

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Can You Spot A Lying Job Applicant?

Written by Andrew Nicholas on Mar 18, 2015

81 percent of people lie about themselves during job interviews; telling 2.19 lies per 15 minute interview – shocking but true and something you, as a business leader, need to have a handle on. So how can you spot whether a job applicant is lying and avoid making a potentially expensive hiring mistake?

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5 Tips To Make The Right Impression With New Hires

Written by EO Executives on Feb 23, 2015

It feels great when after a lengthy hiring process and having avoided the hiring pitfalls you finally find and secure the perfect person for your new role! It’s an exciting time and while bringing a new person on-board can feel like the end of the journey, it’s really only the start. Now is the time you need to shift your focus from one ‘R’ to another; from Recruitment to Retention.

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