Team Culture in the Workplace

Team

To create a successful workplace, we can apply the same practices and values of successful sporting teams. Just like on a football field, everyone in the workplace is working towards a common goal. Placement Consultant, Stephen Flack, provides comparisons between the workplace and the highly successful rugby team, the All Blacks.

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Managers Vs Peers – Is One Relationship More Important than the Other?

Manager vs peers

In the Australian workplace, it is desired that employees find a balance in their professional relationships. There can be confusion on whether some relationships should be managed or fostered above others, especially across diverse workplaces. Placement Consultant, Michelle Nugara, provides scenario-based advice on managing your professional relationships.

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Finding a Job Abroad

Finding a job abroad

Working and living overseas can be a challenging, but rewarding and life-changing experience. Placement Consultant, Marie Robert, originates from France and has a history of working and living in various countries including the USA, Australia, Germany and Spain. Here she shares her tips for finding a job abroad.

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5 Tips for Successful Negotiation

Negotiation skills

‘Ask and you shall receive’, right? This is not always the case. Negotiations can be difficult, confronting and require careful consideration prior, during and after the interaction. Whether in a personal or workplace context negotiation skills are required. Before laying out your terms and conditions to the other party, consider these dos and don’ts of negotiation by Placement Consultant, Cynthia Petrossian.

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The Dos and Don’ts of Telephone Etiquette

Telephone etiquette

Something as simple as a phone call can affect someone’s impression of you. When you call a business you expect the person on the other end of the line to be professional. So how can you yourself do the same? Placements Administrator, Dianne Fraser-Byass, shares with us the dos and don’ts of phone etiquette.

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