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5 Effective time management tips for students

When exam time rolls around, students everywhere start struggling with time management and handling the pressure of it all. After all, it can take a lot of practice to find a balance between home, work and studies. The good news is that investing the time upfront to arrange your priorities is one of the best…

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How to answer 'tell us about yourself' in an interview
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How to answer “tell us about yourself” in an interview

As far as interview questions that are guaranteed to come up, “tell us about yourself” is certainly on the top of the list. You can count on having to answer this regardless of your industry, experience level or job type. However, rather than dreading the question, you can really take the opportunity to create a…

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How to create a compelling CV with no working experience
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How to create a compelling CV with no work experience

Here’s the good news for students or graduates who need to put together a CV with absolutely no work history: the candidate with the most experience isn’t always the candidate who gets the job. This is because recruiters are often looking for more than just experience. If you can make a great case with your…

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Why is it critical for leaders and managers to delegate
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Why is it critical for leaders and managers to delegate?

One of the most difficult things to learn in a leadership or managerial role is the right time and amount to delegate. In fact, learning how to delegate effectively could be the key to properly leveraging yourself and your enterprise’s value to gain even more success for your company as a whole. That’s why your…

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Differences between managers and leaders
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Top 8 differences between managers and leaders

Many people are under the impression that being promoted into a managerial role automatically makes you a leader. However, there truly are very important distinctions between managing and leading a group of people. First, it starts with understanding the different roles these play in an organisation. What is leadership? This is the action of leading…

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IQ vs EQ
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IQ vs EQ: Finding the balance for effective management

Some people may argue that your EQ (Emotional Quotient) can be more of an indicator of professional success and managerial proficiency than your IQ (Intelligence Quotient). However, this isn’t necessarily true. After all, almost everyone has at one time or another worked with an extremely intelligent colleague who has zero people skills. Similarly, there are…

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