Accepting or Refusing a Job Offer

The Decision-Making Process

It’s that time of one’s professional career, when an advertised position would have come somehow caught your eye – you would have submitted an application without thinking too much about it and hoped for the best.  When you were invited to attend for the interview, you went because you were interested, became more interested during the interview and eventually came to the situation where a job offer has been presented to you. 


Vacancies: should you recruit new staff or promote internally?

Every organisation goes through recruitment processes to fill vacancies from time to time.  The age-old dilemma lies in the fact that promoting someone from within the organisation may result in advantages for the organisation when compared with the alternative of recruiting new employees to fill such positions.


Building An Effective Team

A team is a group of individuals – with different backgrounds, personalities and experiences – who have put all their qualities together in order to achieve a common goal.


Feeling Stuck. 5 Strategies against it

Five of the most common behaviours that hold us back from living the lives we really want to live. One of the most common statements I hear when I talk with potential clients is, “I feel stuck.” People find themselves feeling stuck in different ways.


Searching for Jobs Online

The Internet has completely changed the ways and means of job searching. It has created a neutral (and easily reached) ground where employers and job seekers can seek each other in complete anonymity with just the click of a button.


Disability at the Workplace

There may be a few things to consider for both the employee and the employer. A person with a disability may need certain arrangements, such as working conditions and a few extra tools or technologies to compensate for his or her disability.


Working Conditions – Ventilation and Lighting

Providing adequate ventilation and lighting are the basics of a healthy working environment. We don’t all live in a yellow submarine, where there would be no windows to open and extremely cramped living and working quarters. If you join the navy as a submariner, you know what you’re going in for. But when you join a land-based organisation, you do not expect to find cramped workplaces with a lack of natural air and lighting.


Training New Employees

You never get a second chance to make a first impression, and we all strive to make a good first impression, particularly when starting a new job. However, are companies making the best first impression on their new staff?


Effective Business Coaching

An increasing number of executives, managers, and others interested in career growth and development turn to a business coach for a personally tailored development process. How often would you have found it useful to have the chance to talk through some key ideas with an impartial and objective person, perhaps in preparation for important meetings or before embarking on a significant change?