Tips for your LinkedIn profile

Tips on how to optimise your LinkedIn profile

 

LinkedIn has become an indispensable part of the job search. HR staff search the network for potential candidates for open positions. A well-managed profile is essential to be successful on LinkedIn. After all, you want to show yourself at your best on LinkedIn. It is important...

 

Work-life balance

Work-life balance

 

A work-life balance involves a lot more than simply dividing working time and personal time equally. The concept is often viewed as a philosophy that determines many aspects of a person’s life. In order for it to succeed, both employers and employees must make an effort to create...

 

Job Interview Tips

Interview tips for making a great impression

 

You’ve made it past the application process and the initial screening and you’ve been invited to an interview. It’s normal to be nervous, especially if you have limited experience in selling yourself. There are a few unwritten rules that apply for all interviews. As soon as you...

 

Interview follow up sample email

Following up with an interview: E-mail enquiry template

You have mastered the job interview, but now comes the hardest part: waiting. If it’s taking too long, you can send a follow up e-mail after the interview. Sending an e-mail using a sample, you can avoid errors: Being pushy and rude could catapult your application to the sidelines. Find out what to look for!

Successfully presenting

Presenting effectively: How to make your presentation a complete success

Anyone who has sat through a few presentations in their life knows how the quality of a presentation can vary. This is due in part to the lecture’s topic, but also to the speaker, whose appearance and presentation skills have a considerable influence on the lecture’s success. Here, you can find out the details of what is important for presenting.

Coworking

Coworking – a new way of working for modern jobs

Coworking came about due to the ever-changing modern working world. In many professions, you don’t necessarily have to work at a specific location. Coworking spaces are an alternative to the classic office, but are also different to your own four walls or the café around the corner. What exactly is coworking?

Work schedule excel

Creating a work schedule with Excel: a guide

There’s a sale in the shop. Large queues at the till. Hardly any staff to be found. Apparently, there was a misunderstanding about the work schedule: two employees didn’t show up because they had lost theirs. The solution? Go digital. With Excel, you can easily create a work schedule and send it as a PDF file to your employees’ smartphones. But how does this work?

Real time e-mail

A new approach to e-mail – improve internal communication and boost productivity

In an age where everyone is striving for efficiency, good communication and collaboration lie at the heart of any successful business. Given the huge range of options, it is often difficult to decide on which method or application to turn to in order to boost productivity and efficiency. In this article, we look at how a new approach on a well-established system can help improve internal...

How to prioritise your workload

How to prioritise: 9 methods to help you get started

When work piles up, there is no way around it: prioritising tasks is part of the daily work of a good company head or team leader. But if everything already had to be done yesterday, it can be difficult to define a clear structure. Proven concepts for how to prioritise such as the Eisenhower principle and the 80:20 rule can bring order into workload chaos. Everything begins with pen and paper –...

The Pareto Principle

The 80-20 rule: the Pareto principle

Achieving the greatest possible success with little effort? That's what many people dream of. This wish can be fulfilled with the Pareto principle. Whether at work, at university, or in private life, those who follow the 80-20 rule ensure efficient handling of all important tasks. We explain to you what the Pareto principle is all about and its advantages and disadvantages.

BCG matrix

BCG matrix: bringing your company forwards

What does the future look like for your product and services? The BCG matrix is a simple tool that helps you make your decision: should you invest in a business unit or not? We explain the individual zones of the portfolio matrix and use an example to illustrate how to set up the BCG matrix.

Balanced Scorecard

Balanced Scorecard: A tool for effective strategy implementation

Is your business strategy working out? The balanced scorecard by Kaplan and Norton can help you answer this question. It enables a comprehensive analysis of the company from various perspectives; it also provides useful key indicators on where there may be shortcomings in the company. Identify the success factors at all levels of your company to ensure long-term success.

Ansoff Matrix

Ansoff Matrix – what actually is it?

Your company should grow, that much is clear. But how? And in which direction? The mathematician and economist Igor Ansoff already dealt with these questions in the 1950s and as a result developed the Ansoff Matrix, which is aptly named after him. We explain to you how the individual Ansoff strategies work – by using a simple example.

Productivity

Productivity plays a leading role in running a successful business. From relevant tools, to project management and collaboration, including self-motivation and time management, this section gives employers and employees a wide selection of tips on nurturing productivity in the workplace.


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