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Job benchmarking to predict performance and retention

Organisations often hire the wrong candidates, or fail to attract the best candidates, because they don’t have a systematic approach to identify and measure ALL the qualifications and behavioural competencies needed to predict job success. Organisations that use...

Enjoyment Performance Theory

There are many theories, and have been thousands of studies, over the years looking at the different dimensions that could be considered for career success; however the biggest breakthrough in recent years comes from enjoyment performance theory, and has been shown to...

What are your greatest strengths?

Your strengths are ultimately the keys to your success. Understanding, and playing to, your greatest strengths creates an important reinforcing cycle : by enjoying what you do you’re motivated to learn and gain more experience which leads to gaining recognition...

How do I find a job I’ll enjoy?

What does a fulfilling and rewarding career look like for you? The cornerstone of career development is self-awareness: getting clarity on your strengths, values, work preferences and motivations – and how to use them in your work. Besides money and development...

What makes work meaningful?

From the moment children start to develop an understanding of the working world they begin to form ideas about what makes work meaningful. Is it all about doing something that you love? Is it about making a positive difference to the world? Or perhaps the focus is on...

Millions of UK workers stuck in wrong job, study shows

Millions of UK workers are stuck in the wrong job or working fewer hours than they would like According to a report by the Resolution Foundation thinktank 5m extra hours of work a week are needed to soak up employees’ demands for more work. The report warns that this...
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