The big interview is over. Time to breathe a sigh of relief, sit back and wait. Not quite!
Not a morning person? Need several alarms to wake you? Getting up may not be your thing but it doesn’t have to be the hardest thing you do all day.
Welcome to The Works Book Club feature! This month, we share some of the principles introduced in the book, “Do It Tomorrow and Other Secrets of Time Management” by Mark Forster.
Journalists are not known for their patience on the phone. A busy newsroom takes hundreds of calls a day so you’ve got limited time to sell your story. Keeping the caller engaged enough to get the coverage you want, will ultimately come down to how you use your voice.
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We’re all guilty of frittering away a few minutes at work now and again; Facebook, LinkedIn, online shopping, organising your social life etc etc. And then there’s the extra pressure caused by disorganised work colleagues. They’re the people whose poor time management impinges on your day. So what’s the best way to deal with time wasting and time wasters? We have some answers:
People leave their jobs for many different reasons; bullying is one of them. It may not be stated as a specific reason, but as a professional recruiter, it’s not difficult to piece things together and realise that it’s behind the desire to move on. There’s lots of advice out there about dealing with this insidious issue, and as this week is National Anti-Bullying Week we’d like to do our bit and share some of it with you.
This week we hear from guest blogger, Dave Kibby, a specialist in 'thinking' and the impact of motivation and mindset within business. He has coached Executives and International sports people to help them make sense of their thinking and get the very best results. Dave shares his thoughts about how to retain your best people, in a market where budgets are being slashed but money still talks.