Goal Management: A goal or objective is a projected computation of affairs that a person or system plans or intends to achieve. Being goal-orientated and a good self-starter are key skills that an employer looks … Continue reading G is for… Goal Management
I love long bank holiday weekends. However, the return to work is not so great. Your inbox can explode on arrival (particularly if you have tacked on a few extra day holiday). If you find … Continue reading How to Survive the First Day back in the office.
Facilitation: The act of facilitating something. Facilitating: Make an action or process easier. Facilitation can be described as an ability to coordinate and obtain a response/opinions/ideas from a group in order to achieve a goal, … Continue reading F is for…. Facilitation
Do you use checklists at work? I do. When I left my first permanent job for pastures new I was asked to produce a bible. A HOW TO for doing my job. I filled a … Continue reading Are you using these checklists?
Enthusiasm: great excitement for or interest in a subject or cause Does your job excite you? It should. If it doesn’t you should try to make it more exciting. While being enthusiastic is not strictly … Continue reading E is for… Enthusiasm
The thought process of selecting a logical choice from the available options. There are many different decisions you may have to make: you may have to make a good decision, an effective decision or a … Continue reading D is for… Decision Making
Confidence: The feeling or belief that one can rely on someone or something. In the workplace there are two aspects to confidence: to have self-confidence; and to inspire confidence in others. An employer will want … Continue reading C is for… Confidence