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Never under-estimate the power of a ‘thank you’ or a ‘good morning’ for that matter. We all need to be acknowledged, whether that’s for our deeds or our very existence, yet too many people forget the power of social interaction when building relationships. Don’t just take my word for it, consider the following (read more)
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Our research has shown that one of the keys to career success is to build a reputation for being particularly strong at something – whatever your talents are (read more)
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This question recently came up at a career conference T&P ran for one of our clients. The short answer is ‘yourself’ because if you aren’t driving your career no one is. That may sound a little harsh but as the saying goes ‘charity starts at home’. So, let’s look at the range of options open to you if you feel under-valued at work. (read more)
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Suspecting a colleague is being less than supportive behind your back is a very unpleasant feeling, especially if you can’t be sure of their actions or motives. Here are a few ideas about how you might deal with such a situation. (read more)
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You’ve made a mistake and are now having sleepless nights worrying about when and how people will discover what has happened – do you confess and seek absolution or keep your head buried and hope it never comes to light? (read more)
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