for May, 2014

Motivational Quotes for Fresh Graduates

Posted on May 29, 2014 in Candidate Blog, Newsroom - 0 comments - 6

Graduation is a time in life that opens doors to endless possibilities, yet with these choices also comes stress. What will happen after school is over? How will the real world accept me? Will all the fun be over? How will I ever get a job I love in this economy? We understand your worries, because we’ve all been through this. Bear in mind that self-doubt and worrying will only stagger you from success, the most important thing is to stay motivated and focused towards your goals. Read some motivational quotes here for an instant dose of inspiration.

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Investing in Future Success by Coaching Your Employees

Posted on May 26, 2014 in Training Academy - 0 comments - 5

Managers often ask themselves the same repeating question: “How can I take the performance of my employees to the next level?” In fact, most don’t even see development of their people as their responsibility. Proactive owners and managers know the only reliable way is to provide individual employees with a boost by offering the coaching–disciplined, one-on-one counselling–they need to learn the path to take and the how-to of overcoming the obstacles they’ll find along the way. Learn more about how to coach your employees here.

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Employees Stay For Good Leaders

Posted on May 22, 2014 in Candidate Blog, Client Blog, Training Academy - 0 comments - 7

Most employees want to do a good job, but many think that they are not getting the training they need to improve or to build a sustainable career. If individuals don’t get what they need, eventually they could wind up leaving. According to a survey conducted by Kelton Global, good managers are the key reason employees stay, cited by 48 percent of respondents. Appreciation from managers and other employees (46 percent) is a close second, followed by career opportunities (39 percent) and the chance to develop new skills (32 percent). If your company has staff retention problems, it might be a time to invest in resources that satisfy your employees’ desire to be developed. Find out more about this here.

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Why Employee Development Is Important, Neglected And Can Cost You Talent

Posted on May 13, 2014 in Client Blog, Newsroom - 0 comments - 6


It’s hard to think of an important aspect of management more neglected than development planning: helping your employees shape the future direction of their careers.  Yet for a variety of reasons, this valuable activity is often ignored… or handled as a bureaucratic exercise… or an afterthought.  Companies pay a high price: the loss of top young talent. Click here for full article.

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Cultivate Next Generation Leaders with the Right Training

Posted on May 7, 2014 in Client Blog, Training Academy - 0 comments - 6

Professional development is a critical tool to tackle challenges in your organization. A team equipped with the latest knowledge can improve program outcomes, increase community engagement, and cultivate the next generation of leaders. The right training can positively impact an organization’s growth. However, it doesn’t have to be boring! Boost the morale of your employees by pushing beyond the limits of cliché training. Your staff will be thankful! Find out about why you should break away from traditional classroom training here.

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Why 30 Is Not The New 20

Posted on May 5, 2014 in Candidate Blog, Client Blog, Training Academy - 0 comments - 7

People often say, 30 is the new 20. Marriage happened later; work happened later; kids happened later; even death happened later. But is 30 really the new 20? When we think about child development, we all know that the first five years are critical periods for language and attachment, but what about our careers, families and adult development? The best time to prepare for a career or marriage is before you have one, and our 20s, in fact, is the defining decade of adulthood.

If you are in your 20s, here’s some advice for you:

1. Invest in your future and start today – do something that adds value to who you want to become in the future

2. Connect with people and leverage those ties to help you achieve your goals

If you are a manager struggling on how to manage the new generation employees, watch this TED talk here, or better yet, invite them to watch it with you. It will change their lives.




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The Role of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) in Business

Posted on May 2, 2014 in Uncategorized - 0 comments - 5

In today’s business world, successful companies realize that their success and competitive advantage lies within their people. An organization who wants to attract and retain the best employees must invest in the personal and professional development of their people. NLP is a revolutionary field of study that explains how your mind works and how you can change your thoughts and actions to achieve your full potential. It is proven successful in improving communication and aligning individuals with organizational goals at work. Learn more about the benefits of NLP here.




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