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23 Dec
2014

Deepa Bhargava

Search Consultant

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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23 Dec
2014

Rhomiela Diafante

Associate Consultant

Humor: Onions: They make me Cry and all That :)

Do you like to Read or Write Humor or atleast Hear ? I do. “Humor is an affirmation of dignity, a declaration of man's superiority to all that befalls him.” Roman Gary on Humor Fascinating Fact: Apples, potatoes, and onions all taste the same when eaten with your nose plugged. As a child we had a science class in which we were blindfolded, had our noses plugged, and given an apple or onion to eat – we were not told which of the two we would be given. Not one person was able to state which was which. This shows the incredibly important part that the nose plays in

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22 Dec
2014

Jean Silvestre

Admin Assistant

What I’ve Learned 7 Months Out Of College

This post originally appeared on Careerealism   When you go off to college, you’re given four years. Four years to learn everything there is to learn. “The best four years of your life.” OK, maybe an extra semester or two if you opted for the five year plan. But still, it’s your time to make mistakes, to grow, to find yourself, but mostly, a time to learn. Fast forward to seven months after college graduation. Seven months seems like no time at all. Barely creeping over that half year mark and only 214 days out of 365. Psh – Seven months is nothin

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22 Dec
2014

Karen

Senior Associate Consultant

How to find the Right Talent for your organisation?

In an ideal world, managers have the opportunity to rebuild a team from scratch during a restructuring phase. With abundant resources and ample time, a leader gets to construct their “Best 11” to take the team to the next level. With choice pickings and sufficient time to integrate everyone into the team, everyone works in unison and their capabilities serve to complement one another. Unfortunately when reality hits, managers are left scrambling for talents in a competitive labor market and limited budgets to work with. The challenge escalates further when managers inherit an ex

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22 Dec
2014

Ashwaq Saiegh

Search Associate

6 Strategies To Kickstart Your Career As A College Sophomore

This post originally appeared on Careerealism   The second year of college is the time when many students feel disillusioned. This is the year that parents, advisors, and even fellow students start asking that one dreaded question, “Have you decided on a major yet?” Sophomore year becomes “crunch time” year when expectations are higher, decision-making becomes center stage, and focus towards a career path becomes priority. This is also the year when students are at highest risk of dropping out. Make no mistake about it, sophomore year is a very signific

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22 Dec
2014

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

The 2015 Leadership Resolution!

You begin each day with a fresh new package of energy. It cannot be stored or saved. It will be used during the course of your daily activities. How you choose to invest that energy will determine your results. I refer to this as your daily ROE or return on energy. Are your choices helping you to live on purpose? Are they moving you toward what you want? Your habits, attitudes and beliefs account for approximately 96-98% of your energy usage and results. It is essential to learn how to keep distractions, chaos and disengagement from burning up your energy with a poor return on investm

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22 Dec
2014

Habiba Fouad

Senior Executive Search Consultant

Confidence is The Gift That Keeps on Giving

There is nothing that you can give somebody that will trump confidence! When somebody lacks confidence, they lack the ability to feel inner peace, security, loved by themselves and others, and worthy. Confidence is not gained by having the newest electronic or name brand clothes. It is gained from making yourself a priority. It is gained from putting the work in on yourself and never stopping. It is gained by looking in the mirror and continuously telling yourself that you are worthy of nothing short of amazing! What would your life look like if you had a solid self-confidence? How about someb

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18 Dec
2014

Betty Ebbi John

Director

Leave if you should;But do that gracefully!

Having taken the decision to move out;Don't be in a hurry to rush out! Though "that" is the only thing you may want to do now! Why does it matter? What should you do to come out gracefully?For those who are on the process of coming out this might look like the most trivial question;but in reality is it so? Respect the notice period. Obviously your new company may want you to join as soon as possible. It might be possible for you to pay for the notice period and get out. But think. Are you handling any critical issues which will lose continuity?Are you the one respons

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18 Dec
2014

Sanaa AbdulRahiman

Associate Director

Sometimes out of nowhere plans fail;But that is the real challenge!

Several years ago I decided to relocate to India from Middle East.. Apart from several other factors which were relevant for me then;my mother's health condition was also getting from bad to worse and I wanted to be as nearer to my home base as I could possibly with my work.... So I decided to communicate to the management about my intention to relocate back to India without having a backup job!(#1, Can't even think of this now!)... ....By then I have been with them for quite some time and been instrumental in developing the engineered products manufacturing division (BRC and

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18 Dec
2014

Karen

Senior Associate Consultant

Too busy at work? Try the magic of 80/20 Rule!

My professors at the University of the Philippines (UP) would probably scold me for saying this, but I've honestly forgotten much about what I learned 8 years ago as an Economics major. There is one concept though that stuck in my head and which continues to be helpful in my career and personal life: The Pareto Principle. The Pareto Principle statesthat, in most instances, 80% of effects come from 20% of its causes. Think about this statement for a few seconds and let it sink into your mind. It was named after the Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, who observed that 80% of land in Italy

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