Behaviours that Build Trust

  • Created by spiritexecutive
  • on the 20 February, 2018.

Are you a new person in a new job? Trying to become one of the collective? Believe it’s worth trying as good relationships between colleagues are very important. Here’s a list of some of the best practices and behaviours for building trust. Be honest: As obvious as it sounds, try to be as honest as […]

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Nine Stupid Rules That Make Great People Quit

  • Created by spiritexecutive
  • on the 18 January, 2018.

It shouldn’t be tough to hold on to great employees, yet it seems that is the case. Most of the mistakes that companies make, can easily be avoided. When you do make mistakes, your best employees are always the first to go, because they have the most options.   If you can’t keep your best […]

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5 Signs Of Low Employee Engagement

  • Created by spiritexecutive
  • on the 19 December, 2017.

If you suspect your employees are showing signs of disengagement, you should take action. Over 50% of employees that aren’t reaching their potential is due to the fact that they are disengaged. Generally, there are three types of employees: Engaged: These are those who work hard and exceed expectations. Disengaged: These employees have trouble staying […]

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How to Write an Effective Career Change Resume

  • Created by spiritexecutive
  • on the 21 November, 2017.

Whether through discovery of a new passion, unused skills, relocation or simply a career burn-out, there comes a point where you may find yourself itching for a career change. Unless you’re looking to switch to a specialised field, you don’t have to start completely from scratch. However, that daunting question still remains: How do you […]

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10 Typical Interview Questions & How to Answer Them

  • Created by spiritexecutive
  • on the 13 October, 2017.

1. Tell me about yourself This question can be often misunderstood and quite repetitive. It is not an opportunity to tell the interviewer what you get up to on the weekends and what you like doing, but a 2-3 minute window to make a positive impact from the start by giving a summary of your […]

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The 5 P’s to Your Next Job

  • Created by spiritexecutive
  • on the 23 September, 2016.

While the macro economic situation is still recovering from the financial crisis, companies are increasing their demand for leadership and executive talent – though still at a lower rate than pre-2008 levels. This is still positive news for executives who have been active in the job market for an extended period or for those who […]

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How to prepare for a job interview

  • Created by spiritexecutive
  • on the 7 December, 2015.

Interviewing has been called an art, and there’s no doubt that it calls for insight and creativity. But it’s also a science, requiring process, methods, and consistency to produce truly accurate and effective results. Look at it this way: Your art will flourish within the sound framework of a systematic, scientific approach. Having a pre-planned […]

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What are the different job interview strategies?

  • Created by spiritexecutive
  • on the 27 November, 2015.

Your company can increase hiring success by applying the right tools to the job, including effective interviewing techniques, thoughtful questions and well-orchestrated candidate meetings. Here are some basics to get you started. • Prepare questions in advance – Create a list of questions before the candidate arrives. This up front planning will keep the interview […]

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What should a job interview consist of?

  • Created by spiritexecutive
  • on the 19 November, 2015.

There is no right and wrong way to conduct interviews and every role will require a different technique. However, there are certain stages that every interview should go through to ensure an effective evaluation of candidates. Types of interviews: Selecting the right interviewing style is highly important when trying to conduct an efficient interview process. […]

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6 Easy ways to make a good first impression in a job interview

  • Created by spiritexecutive
  • on the 10 November, 2015.

Impressing the hiring manager should be your top priority in every job interview. “While other people within the organization — the HR or recruiting team, departmental team members, the CEO or another executive — will have input, the hiring manager generally has the last word on the decision to hire you,” says Matt Mickiewicz, cofounder […]

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