10 Tips to Manage Your Time

A common reply to the question of why a particular task has not been completed is, “I have no time.” Is it really the lack of time or an absence of time management? Do we manage time or does time manage us? Every one of us has only 24 hours in a day. Some manage … Continued

What Makes for Winning Ways?

I once attended a presentation by cricket commentator and journalist Harsha Bhogle titled The Winning Way where he enumerated what makes for winners, taking reference naturally from cricket and relating to the corporates. I liked the time spent, not only because he is from my alma mater (IIM Ahmedabad) but because of the content too. When I … Continued

12 Actions for Successful Leadership

Leadership is often a misunderstood concept. Who is really a leader? Are leaders nominated or self-established? I am sure most would say the latter. But does it really happen or is it just a popular belief? In my decades-long management career, I have seen frequently in organisations that people who ensure they are in the … Continued

Psychometric Testing – an indispensible tool for Selection

“Life is not about finding the right person , but creating the right relationships .” By: John Vijayarangam – CEO of Potentia HR Look before you leap. Test before you hire! As leaders in the business of headhunting and Executive Search we are often approached by clients who want not just intelligent and technically competent, … Continued

Millennials: The New Generation Stepping into the Workforce

Millennials also known as Gen Y are individuals born in 1980-2000. It is now evident, that as Gen X retire we are in the years where more and more millennials are entering the workforce. By 2030, 70% of Indonesia’s working population will be Millennials and hence companies should begin now to ensure they could benefit … Continued

Welcoming New Hires Onboard

Recruiting new staff is a general practice of every company. Having new hires around from time to time is more common for some companies than others. Blame it on turnover rates or other variables; it is not a smooth process to have a new staff onboard. Companies need to go the extra mile to ensure … Continued

Resignation Advice

Believe it or not, there is a right and wrong way of resigning from your job. Doing it the wrong way can lead to bad feelings between you and your employer, recriminations or even a bad reference. On the other hand, the correct resignation etiquette will contribute to continued success in both your personal and … Continued

Telephone Interview Advice

Dear Candidate, Thank you for agreeing to schedule time for a telephone interview with our Client. We trust you will understand that due to constraints of distance and time, at this stage it is not possible to meet with you, however this preliminary interview is as important as a ‘ face to face interview ‘ … Continued

Interview Advice

ATTENDING AN INTERVIEW The best interview advice we can offer is to prepare for it. This may sound obvious, but it’s not. Too many applicants walk into an interview without knowing as much as they should about the industry, the company and its problems. Remember: You are there to solve a problem. Otherwise, the company … Continued

Your Job Interview: Are You Ready?

Candidates ought to know that there is no fixed approach or style of interview that will be used by an HR Manager or a Panel of Interviewers.  Best is to be aware of the different types and prepare in advance for the barrage of questions that will be thrown out at you. It is very unlikely … Continued

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