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10 Dec
2014

Chippy

Senior Executive Search Consultant - GulfManagers

The 5 Unspoken Rules to Getting Promoted

Working hard for a promotion is easy; getting people to promote you is a different story We all aspire to get promoted at one point in our corporate careers. We want it not just because it means fatter paychecks and bigger responsibilities, but more so because it validates our worth in the company. After all, we thrive by recognition and praise. However, how do you nail down that coveted position when you are already working at your hardest? How do you make sure that this role will be given to you and not to eager-beaver Barbara? Missing a promotion that you think you deserve is painful

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10 Dec
2014

Karen

Senior Associate Consultant

The 7 Steps of Mastering Common Sense

1. Study all the major religions. 2. Find YOUR physical exercise and know what type of food YOU should eat. 3. Study Science, Philosophy, and Psychology to understand the environment you live in and what motivates people. 4. Know what crime is and what the punishments are. 5. Obtain the tools to make money. 6. Find, create, and observe art. 7. Accept that some questions cannot be answered. This video from MIT OPEN COURSEWARE: "Introduction to Psychology" and may help you to begin to work on Step 3. #mit #psychology   This post originally ap

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10 Dec
2014

Jean Silvestre

Admin Assistant

Being Grateful for the Ordinary: The Life We Have Is Enough

“If we do not feel grateful for what we already have, what makes us think we’d be happy with more?” ~Unknown From time to time during my schooling years I’d be asked to identify my role models. I always chose someone who’d changed the world in a big way—Martin Luther King Jnr, Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi. I never looked within my own life for role models. I had lovely parents and great teachers, and still, I was always looking well beyond what was right in front of me. I was always striving for something more, out there, beyond my own life. As I

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10 Dec
2014

Habiba Fouad

Senior Executive Search Consultant

Following This Process can Turbocharge Your Sales Career

I recently came across this question in a sales related online forum by someone who was just starting their sales career in a B2B company selling big projects.The question was: What are the top qualities required to be a successful sales person? This set me thinking! Based on my experience with many successful sales campaigns, this boils down to just 3 qualities: 1) the ability to ask the right questions 2) having good listening skills 3) communicating how your services can help your clients either make money or save money. However, to be successful in sales you need to

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10 Dec
2014

Betty Ebbi John

Director

Leadership vs Management- finally explained!

The big debate- Management vs Leadership- what's the difference and can they be mutually inclusive? I recently wrote an article on how managers control while leaders create and received a lot of feedback that challenged me to look into the topic in even more depth and from a different perspective. Can we lead without managing and can we manage without leading? I completed some more research and asked people who I consider to be leaders on their thoughts in the matter. With newly discovered insights I was able to put together 3 explanations to help clarify, once and for all, th

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10 Dec
2014

Rhomiela Diafante

Associate Consultant

5 Things The Richest Man In Asia, Li Ka-Shings, Wants Young Entrepreneurs To Know

In this age of information, young entrepreneurs are flooded with tips on how to be successful.  Wondering how to evaluate the quality of the advice you receive?  The best source remains from the horse’s mouth; that is, those who have gone before, and achieved the success that you wish to. If your ambition is to achieve financial success, you will do no better than heeding the teachings of Asia’s Li Ka-Shings, the richest man on the continent. Ka-Shings left school at age 12 to work as an apprentice in a watch-strap company, and by age 14 was working full-time i

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10 Dec
2014

Deepa Bhargava

Search Consultant

We Are More Than What We Do for Work

“I’ve learned that making a living is not the same things as making a life.” ~Maya Angelou My friend Nick and I were talking one day about our plans for after graduation. We talked about marriage and whether our religious beliefs would factor into our weddings when the time came, or whether our mothers would just run the whole show. Then the question came that grounded me. “Do you think that you’ll be a workaholic?” Nick asked. I chuckled and said I could practically guarantee it, as workaholism has always been part of my identity—and a proud

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10 Dec
2014

Sanaa AbdulRahiman

Associate Director

Age is a Question of Mind over Matter.

I subscribe to a News Letter and this is what they sent me and I quite liked hence sharing. "As we grow old, the beauty steals inward." ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson As our memories collect, and we learn from those experiences, we have the opportunity to grow wiser as well as to develop our sense of humor - to become more and more uniquely ourselves. As Eleanor Roosevelt put it, "Beautiful young people are accidents of nature, but beautiful old people are works of art." "Inside every older person is a younger person wondering what happened." ~ Jennifer Yane We retai

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10 Dec
2014

Rhomiela Diafante

Associate Consultant

5 Unexpected Places to Boost Productivity

The environment of a typical office or a quiet library may sometimes lessen your productivity as the unchanging views fail to stimulate your senses and keep your brain running. If you are the kind that dislikes absolute silence or minimal noise when working, these unexpected places to work may boost your productivity level! 1. Coffee shops Research has shown that an adequate amount of ambient noise stimulates your senses and keeps you alert. Where else better to find some chatter and clatter to boost your creative juices? Working in the coffee shop also guarantees something

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10 Dec
2014

Rhomiela Diafante

Associate Consultant

This Is Why Highly Successful People Wear The Same Thing Every Day

Aside from their tremendous impact on the world, their creative genius and their cult following, what do Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg and Albert Einstein all have in common ? Yes, you guessed correctly: They all have their own signature style that they wear every day. Ever considered doing so yourself ? Here are some reasons why you might want to consider it: It’s Simple Simple is often genius. Complicated is often dizzying. If you are like most of Americans, you barely wear 80% of items in your closet. Instead of feeling constrained by the thought of picking a uniform, consider

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