Good Judgement Skills are part of your decision-making skills and can be defined as: the ability to make considered decisions or come to sensible conclusions Good judgement is important if you are applying for a … Continue reading J is for… Judgement
“Good Interpersonal Skills” are often listed as a requirement on job descriptions. We have all heard the term – but what exactly are interpersonal skills? Interpersonal skills are essentially good social skills, the phase interpersonal … Continue reading I is for… Interpersonal Skills
Delegation is a great time management technique. It can free up your time for more important things. Or does it. How do you ensure you are actually saving and managing time effectively? 1. Work Well … Continue reading How to really save time when you delegate?
The ability to use humour in the workplace is a skill. Yes it is. Individuals are often put off using humour in the workplace and reserve it for more relaxed circumstances with family and friends. … Continue reading H is for… Humour
Meetings are an important aspect of professional jobs and quite frequently regular meetings are scheduled with a particular client, customer or team. However, when meetings are regularly held it is all too easy to have … Continue reading How to have more Productive Meetings (as an attendee)