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    Learning from a drop in career trajectory can give you the tools you need to achieve something amazing, or the confidence to try something out of the box. Sophie Pusz takes an honest look at her three biggest career regrets to date, and the lessons learnt from each of them.

    My three biggest career regrets

    Sophie Pusz on The Slade Report

    If you were to look at most people’s career trajectory, it generally rises over time, but zoom in a little and you’ll probably see some dips or a drop along the way. The upside to those dips is th... Read »

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    How Humble Leadership Really Works

    Dan Cable on Harvard Business Review

    When you're a leader - no matter how long you've been in your role or how hard the journey was to get there - you are merely overhead unless you're bringing out the best in your employees. Unfortunate... Read »

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    “Hiring a temporary resource should never be a case of simply finding someone with a pulse to fill a chair and hoping for the best. Thankfully, most of us aren’t like that.”

    Ligier Caddy presents five things to look for when it comes to temporary recruitment to ensure it’s a positive and productive experience.

    When Temp is the Word

    Ligier Caddy on The Slade Report

    Temp. I often hear the word uttered in a mildly objectionable tone - and I get it, there's some horror stories out there... I've heard plenty about snaky recruiters slithering their way through busine... Read »

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    You've Climbed the Corporate Ladder. What's Next?

    Drew Calvert on Kellogg Insight

    After decades of climbing the corporate ladder, many executives choose to seek out a "second act" - a new professional phase, often one that has a social impact. This offers them a chance to leave a d... Read »

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    Brands are ditching CVs to find new ways of discovering diverse talent

    Charlotte Rogers on Marketing Week

    As the world of work evolves, brands are ditching old fashioned CVs in favour of highly digital, behaviour-focused strategies for attracting diverse talent. As the workplace environment evolves and so... Read »

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    Anita Ziemer explains why there appears to be a decline in the attraction of MBAs.

    'Bitty Learning' overtakes MBAs as the new Career Cache

    Anita Ziemer on The Slade Report

    Why would The Wall Street Journal report that MBA applications across the world are down three years running. Isn't an MBA a sure ticket to a high paying and interesting career? At Slade Group we're v... Read »

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    Organisations from general contractors to subcontractors and suppliers are rapidly taking advantage of the influx of new technologies that are poised to bring the construction industry into the 21st century. Chris Swan highlights some current trends that are keeping CEO’s up at night.

    Construction Trends Toward Digitization

    Chris Swan on BlueSteps

    Looking out across a construction site with dozens of workers scurrying from place to place, a construction leader once said, we can’t see dramatic cost reductions and quality improvements without i... Read »

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    Improving Company Culture Is Not About Providing Free Snacks

    Alice Zhou on strategy+business

    What’s the difference between culture and employee engagement? It’s a good question. Many people use the two terms interchangeably. In their minds, the term company culture is synonymous with free... Read »

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    A successful interview fosters meaningful, productive conversation for both parties. John Ryan provides 5 key indicators to consider as you refine your interview strategy and technique.

    Five signs that you’re a bad interviewer

    John Ryan on TRANSEARCH USA

    An ideal interview is like a tennis match: Interviewer serves. He speaks. Candidate returns. She speaks. Both exhibit poise, talent and knowledge of the game. Both sides learn. Both earn benefits that... Read »

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    In the quest for great talent it is more important than ever for your organisation to sell its benefits to prospective employees. Kylie Rutherfoord, Slade Executive Recruitment, provides five top tips to land the perfect candidate.

    How to attract 'in demand' talent in a candidate short market

    Kylie Rutherfoord on The Slade Report

    Highly capable jobseekers always have options when deciding who they want to work for, but now it's more important than ever for your organisation to sell its benefits to prospective employees. If you... Read »

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