1. Thursday, 1st September 2016

    Determinants of strategic leadership – Be strategic in organisational decisions

    By jolin Nguyen in Leadership

    Determinants of strategic leadership – Be strategic in organisational decisions

    How can we be strategic in organisational decisions? Schoemaker, Krupp & Howland (2013) expressed that the determinants of strategic leadership are those which essentially contribute to the success of strategic decisions. Business leaders can expect positive results from strategic leadership and strategic decision. For optimal results, we should employ the components correctly in the right time and place.

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  2. Friday, 11th March 2016

    Taking the lead in leadership

    Organisational Leadership: Why are leaders essential

    By jolin Nguyen in Leadership, Search

    Taking the lead in leadership

    What is leadership? As explained by Bethel (1990), leadership is the capability to affect others. In the late 1980s, organisations viewed leadership as an engine of change. Today, leaders within the organisation must change along with the organisation, as it eventually develops and matures (Bass, 2000).

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  3. Friday, 11th March 2016

    5 important tips for getting the job offer now!

    How to do well in job interviews

    By Annie in Interview Strategies, Search

    5 important tips for getting the job offer now!

    Found the PERFECT job you are looking for and you want to ace THAT job interview. Daunting, isn’t it? Not to worry. We will share 5 important tips that will help you land that dream job.

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  4. Wednesday, 9th March 2016

    Salary negotiation – Don’t price yourself out

    The Only Salary Guide You Will Ever Need

    By Annie in Interview Strategies, Search

    Salary negotiation – Don’t price yourself out

    Salary negotiation. To sum up this entire process in one word, it would be: Delicate.

    Salary negotiation is never and will never be a piece of cake – Test waters without offending the hiring manager and at the same time ensure you do not undercut yourself. By the end of the negotiation, you have to ensure both parties walk away feeling like they both have got what they wanted. How?

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