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Proactive, protective, and intentional: How 3 concepts changed my approach to time management

“Would you be able to run a session on managing time and increasing efficiency? We heard that that’s your signature workshop. And honestly, we could really use some of that.” I smile. And, of course, I say yes. With all the diversity of requirements that comes with working with teams around the globe, it’s astonishing … Continue reading Proactive, protective, and intentional: How 3 concepts changed my approach to time management

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Struggling with an important decision? Use this simple yet powerful tool to hack your decision making process

It's interesting how much we sometimes struggle with decision making, especially if the situation at hand is complex and touches many different layers. Find out more about a tool that might just help you hack these situations and get you on a path of more clarity.

“Don’t trip behind the finish line!” – 5 essential steps to prevent new hire turnover in the first three months

Congratulations! Your candidate of choice has officially accepted your job offer. Think you can now finally lean back after crossing this fictitious finish line? Then I guess I have bad news for you... Read up on the 5 things you have to take care of right after you hired a new team member to prevent early turnover!

Looking to perfect your elevator pitch? 3 easy steps to create your individual 30 seconds of fame

The famous elevator pitch. It’s a genius term to describe a situation that every professional in sales, business development or fundraising will be very familiar with. From introducing yourself to a potential business partner or customer on a networking event, over a phone conversation with the decision maker you’ve been trying to get on the … Continue reading Looking to perfect your elevator pitch? 3 easy steps to create your individual 30 seconds of fame

Willpower and Habits for the New Year – How to prepare yourself now!

It’s the evening of January 2. You come home from work. No reason to be exhausted, as you’ve been sitting on your butt doing administrative paper work all day. Last night’s mental hand shake with yourself to put your new year’s resolutions to work right away is still ringing in your head. But when you … Continue reading Willpower and Habits for the New Year – How to prepare yourself now!

3 Reasons Why Your Weekend Should Contain Some Work

“Happy Friday!” Just the sound of these words bring a smile to many people’s faces. The weekend is about to start, which means sleeping in, meeting friends, spending time in the park, on the beach, and other happy places, heck, maybe just staying in bed binge-watching "House of Cards" all day - but certainly not … Continue reading 3 Reasons Why Your Weekend Should Contain Some Work

5 pieces of job interview advice to make an impression

Well done! You’ve landed an interview with a company you would die to work for. Now it's time to do your homework to master your first meeting. Getting anxious already? If yes, relax! Employers usually aim to answer only three basic questions about the prospective candidates: Can they do the job and will they add … Continue reading 5 pieces of job interview advice to make an impression