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Customer Spotlight: Deborah Connor

Deborah Connor has been riding horses before most people learn to ride a bike. Competing by the age of eight, Deborah has spent her whole life working with horses. Today, Deborah trains and sells showjumping horses. Her story is so unique that it was made […]

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How To Write The Perfect Job Ad

Writing a job ad is an important responsibility. You want to reach as many potential applicants as possible and convince the best ones that it’s worth the effort to apply. How can you ensure your job ad will get the response your business needs? With […]

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12 Things You Should Never Say At Work

12 Things You Should Never Say At Work (and what to say instead)

Office politics can be a tricky affair. It’s easy to say the wrong thing when you’re under stress or you feel you’ve been treated unfairly. Maybe you’ve caused offense by criticizing someone in an unconstructive manner. Or perhaps it’s you who’s been criticized — and […]

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How to build a personal brand online

  The traditional curriculum vitae has had its day. At best, it might form an addendum to a specific job application you make, but even if a potential employer specifically asks for a résumé, you need to be aware that it’s only the start of […]

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How to Turn a Bad Day Around

In an age when we have so many demands on our time, writing off a wasted day because you couldn’t turn a bad start around can be deeply frustrating. From stubbing your toe to going through a disastrous job interview, when your mood sinks it […]

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7 Negotiation Techniques That Never Fail

Many people fall into the trap of believing that negotiating is all about getting what you want: in fact, it’s about working out the most favourable solution. This may seem like a subtle nuance, but it’s an important one, and fine-tuning your approach to negotiation […]

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How to Beat Your Email Addiction

Over the past two decades, electronic mail has revolutionized the way we communicate. The ease of email also means it’s easy to let it get out of hand. It’s not a healthy habit if you find you’re checking your email when trying to get to […]

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