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05 Feb
2015

Meena Kaul

Recruitment Consultant

Are you picking the best charity? How to tell

This post originally appeared on BBC Capital By Rob Budden   Deciding to donate to charity is easy. It's choosing which charity to support that’s the hard part.   With more than one million charitable organisations in the US alone, selecting the right recipient for your largesse can be mind-boggling. Do you choose a charity close to home or one overseas? Support a well-known cause or one that fails to win big headlines? And how do you ensure your donation has the maximum impact?   There are many different ways to help a charity; you can make an onli

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05 Feb
2015

Saba Ahmad Khan

Head of Research

Can your body language win you the job?

This post originally appeared on BBC Capital By Elizabeth Garone   Samuel Amegavisa is getting nervous. In his last year of human biology studies at the University of Cape Coast in Ghana, it’s time to start thinking about job interviews.   Everyone knows it’s important to dress smartly for an interview. Less obvious is the importance of how you carry yourself.   “My situation is quite simple. I have never been interviewed before,” wrote 23-year-old Amegavisa in an email to BBC Capital. He had a basic question — one most of us prob

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05 Feb
2015

Habiba Fouad

Senior Executive Search Consultant

What to do when you've made it

This post originally appeared on BBC Capital   You’ve spent years working hard and long hours and now you’ve got the money to show for it. Is it time to sit back and relax, or do something you could never have imagined doing before you earned your money? Meet three people from around the world whose prior success has allowed them to pursue a new passion. And possibly even more success.   Tee May Yee began her career in a big multinational company, but after four years of successfully climbing the corporate ladder, she decided it was no longer for her. So Yee g

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05 Feb
2015

Betty Ebbi John

Director

Is this the answer to office stress?

This post originally appeared on BBC Capital By David G Allan   Have you read the latest study about meditation? Probably not, because even as you read this sentence another has likely come out. There is a steady stream of new research and news stories about the benefits of meditation and other mindful breathing practices. As they report, meditation boosts energy, helps with focus, reduces stress and anxiety, increases resilience and possibly, subtly, changes your life and your brain for the better.   Of course, not everyone believes in the power of meditation, but once

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04 Feb
2015

Paul OFlynn

Associate Director Gulf Bankers

How To Build Positive Workplace Relationships

This post originally appeared on Careerealism By Amanda Haddaway   Building workplace relationships is an important component of being successful in your career. This doesn’t mean you need to be completely extroverted in every situation, but it does mean you need to make an effort to get to know the people with whom you work and learn about what skills and abilities they bring to the table.   Although you are at work to do a job, it will be a much more pleasant experience if you enjoy the company of the people on your team or in your department, so try to get off to

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04 Feb
2015

Mani Sawlot

iOS Developer

3 Must-Dos When You Don’t Get The Job

This post originally appeared on Careerealism By Jenny Yerrick Martin   You polished your resume and sent it to the right person, along with a stellar cover letter.   You got a call.   You aced the interview.   You were brought back in – twice!   You sent thank you notes after each interview, to each interviewer.   Your follow-up was polite and appropriate.   You were told you were a finalist.   The HR person thought it was looking good for you…   And yet, they gave the job to someon

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04 Feb
2015

Nariman Maher

Associate Director

5 Benefits Of Being Part Of A Network

This post originally appeared on Careerealism By Deborah Shane   Should you be a part of a network? There is, and has always been, great power in building networks. And, more importantly, using and leveraging them in today’s business and career world.   In a relatively short time, building tribes and communities has taken on a lead role in our branding and marketing priorities. The immediate, viral, and real time nature of information and communication is nothing short of stunning. In 9/11, Michael Jackson’s death, the liberation of countries, politi

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03 Feb
2015

Nastaran Heydari

Associate Consultant

Are Short Weeks and Unemployment the Wave of the Future?

This post originally appeared on Blogging 4 jobs By Mike Haberman   Robots, robots everywhere and not a job to see! At least that is what dystopian writers think. This dismal picture of what the unemployment and future of work looks like is not universally held but there is a school of thought that says humans may be on a permanent vacation in another couple of decades or at least working shorter workweeks in order to spread the jobs around to everyone.   Can’t keep up One such dystopian writer is Vivek Wadhwa, a fellow at Rock Center for Corporate Governance a

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03 Feb
2015

Habiba Fouad

Senior Executive Search Consultant

What will replace Human Resources?

This post originally appeared on Blogging 4 jobs By Scott Kinnaird   I absolutely love Human Resources. I love the irreplaceable support HR provides commerce and the unbridled potential it has to influence and empower people. And, I love the fact that HR is so often where human potential is developed and applied to problems that matter.   But, Chuck Blakeman is leading the charge to ban the term Human Resources and includes it in a list that “should be as off-limits as any racial slur…” Blakeman says, “…And the most subtle and i

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03 Feb
2015

Sanaa AbdulRahiman

Associate Director

4 Basics to Understanding Performance Management at Your Workplace

This post originally appeared on Blogging 4 jobs By Blake McCammon   Every work environment I have ever been in is different in one way or another, but they all have one very important thing in common. Different cultures, different values, different expectations, and yet one thing prevails everywhere I’ve been: the bosses set the tone for the rest of the staff. Whether the boss is a screamer or sweet or a workaholic or a two-hour-lunch taker, their employees tend to follow suit. This is huge because as it turns out, a boss doesn’t just change a worker’s mood or s

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