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Advice For New Employees: Survival Guide For First Job Etiquette

There are few things more daunting than starting your first job, which takes place in a totally new environment with new people, new rules and new expectations.Navigating this unfamiliar landscape is stressful for everyone, so here are some tips to get you through those scary first few weeks:Introductions - Meeting new colleagues is daunting and you’ll want to come across as enthusiastic and interesting, but make sure you keep it brief so you don’t start to bore people. Think of your…See More
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7 Storytelling Structures to Improve Your Presentations

In his book The Seven Basic Plots: Why We Tell Stories, Christopher Booker states that everything ever written boils down to seven basic plots.Using these story frames, you can share your life experiences to inspire your team and bring your presentations to life.1. Overcoming the MonsterThis is the typical heartwarming story of courage and bravery where the hero…See More
Wednesday
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Workplace Strategies To Help You Remember Anything

Nobody outside of HR quite seems to appreciate the amount of details recruitment workers need to handle. Juggling the particulars of countless vacancies, applicants, and intermediaries can be a tiring task – but we all know that recruiters with a Rolodex memory have a massive advantage and frequently make great things happen just by drawing connections between all those bits of information in their heads.So what can you do to put yourself in that league? Luckily, there are several tried and…See More
Nov 17
Marilyn Vinch posted a blog post

How To Spruce Up Your LinkedIn Profile

Anyone who has set up a Facebook profile, or more or less any other social media profile, already has the skills to set up their own LinkedIn presence. The difference is that LinkedIn has a purpose beyond leisure and enjoyment, and that you must play the game within tighter, more specific parameters if you are to advance your career and make encouraging new connections.Like Facebook, however, it all begins with photos. On LinkedIn, you tend to make your first impression with a pair of photos at…See More
Oct 25
Marilyn Vinch posted a blog post

An Illustrated Guide To Office Clichés We Should Stop Using

Every office is a microcosm all of its own. The same bunch of people turn up week after week, to work under high pressure towards a fixed goal – it’s no wonder if they all start to act and talk like each other. In-jokes and nicknames that make no sense outside of those four walls become the order of the day.Yet a handful of office-speak phrases seem to have crossed cultures from one office to another and another…  until they have become clichés that people everywhere recognize – even if they…See More
Oct 17
Marilyn Vinch posted a blog post

10 Haikus About Office Life

Office life can be a thing of great extremes, with every triumphant, team-uniting high counter-balanced by days when the team fails to click and every email carries bad news. But for most offices, most of the time, the general atmosphere is one of habit, routine, and bittersweet predictability.You know who’s going to arrive first in the morning, who’s going to be late, and who’s going to pick up the workload from the latter; you’re subconsciously aware of where the cookie crumbs fall, and what…See More
Oct 11
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Jul 25
Marilyn Vinch posted a blog post

The Ultimate New Hire Checklist

Taking on new staff is an exciting time for all involved, but along with the new energy and sense of opportunity it is important to respect a sense of discipline and of strategy.While you want your new recruit to feel welcome and to quickly bond with his or her new colleagues, throwing them into the soup and hoping for the best is not a very professional way of getting started: rather, a combination of preparation, scheduling and feedback will give your good intentions a structure on which to…See More
Jul 24
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A Guide To Responding To Negative Staff Reviews On Glassdoor

For business managers with better things to do, dealing with the employer-rating website Glassdoor can feel like a waste of precious time. Yet little could be further from the truth.Glassdoor is one of today’s loudest voices when it comes to the reputation of companies, their processes and management. Over thirty million job seekers use Glassdoor each month to try to…See More
Jul 24
Marilyn Vinch posted a blog post

A Guide To Responding To Negative Staff Reviews On Glassdoor

For business managers with better things to do, dealing with the employer-rating website Glassdoor can feel like a waste of precious time. Yet little could be further from the truth.Glassdoor is one of today’s loudest voices when it comes to the reputation of companies, their processes and management. Over thirty million job seekers use Glassdoor each month to try to…See More
Jul 21
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Advice For New Employees: Survival Guide For First Job Etiquette

Posted on December 9, 2017 at 8:56am 0 Comments

There are few things more daunting than starting your first job, which takes place in a totally new environment with new people, new rules and new expectations.

Navigating this unfamiliar landscape is stressful for everyone, so here are some tips to get you through those scary first few weeks:

  • Introductions - Meeting new…
Continue

7 Storytelling Structures to Improve Your Presentations

Posted on December 6, 2017 at 3:00pm 0 Comments

In his book The Seven Basic Plots: Why We Tell Stories, Christopher Booker states that everything ever written boils down to seven basic plots.

Using these story frames, you can share your life experiences to inspire your team and bring your presentations to life.

1. Overcoming the Monster

This is the typical heartwarming story…

Continue

Workplace Strategies To Help You Remember Anything

Posted on November 17, 2017 at 12:38pm 0 Comments

Nobody outside of HR quite seems to appreciate the amount of details recruitment workers need to handle. Juggling the particulars of countless vacancies, applicants, and intermediaries can be a tiring task – but we all know that recruiters with a Rolodex memory have a massive advantage and frequently make great things happen just by drawing connections between all those bits of information in their heads.

So what can you do to put yourself in that league? Luckily, there are several…

Continue

How To Spruce Up Your LinkedIn Profile

Posted on October 25, 2017 at 1:28pm 0 Comments

Anyone who has set up a Facebook profile, or more or less any other social media profile, already has the skills to set up their own LinkedIn presence. The difference is that LinkedIn has a purpose beyond leisure and enjoyment, and that you must play the game within tighter, more specific parameters if you are to advance your career and make encouraging new connections.

Like Facebook, however, it all begins with photos. On LinkedIn, you tend to make your first impression with a pair…

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