Advice on maintaining confidence when unemployed
In the present climate the pressure to seek value for money through out-sourcing is stronger than ever.
Yes, you can save money but getting the full value from your outsourcing service and making sure that it supports your business in the way you intended is complicated.
Inventing new equipment to reduce costs (and hopefully improve quality) long-term takes time and investment. Also, it requires creativity and teamwork! None of these qualities thrive in hard and uncaring environments. To achieve a climate that can deliver long-term ‘efficiency’ improvements while maintaining (or even improving) quality takes great leadership.
Most change is a mixture of hard and soft approaches and the strategy chosen usually reflects of the underlying culture of the organisation! How the mix works is critical because if it is not well managed it can become fraught with conflict and demoralising for people in the organisation; it can lead to a schizophrenic approach to customers.
All good programmes and projects come to an end! And so, of course, do the bad ones, but with less happy results. Good or bad, in due course, you will want to look for a new role! It is imperative to pick yourself up and dust yourself off and start all over again – or at least start looking for a new project. Here are some tips to help you deal with the situation and to help you find an amazing new assignment.
Checklist from G&W Consulting to help you achieve the relationship you need
Its more important than ever right now to do well at interviews. Don’t lose your vital opportunity because you have not done your home work!
All change requires some form of communications/media management. It’s vital that you have a strategy in place especially if you’re hoping that social media will play a role in your career advancement or your business survival business.
But gathering the facts takes time and as a society, we have lost the art of waiting for things – if we want something we want it now! We want to make the important decision and we want to make it now – we fear being accused of procrastinating. But getting to the point where we can make the right decision is not procrastinating.
To enhance your listening skills, you need to make sure the other person knows that you are listening to what he or she is saying. lf if you’ve ever been engaged in a conversation when you wondered if the other person was listening to what you were saying – you will know how important this is. You begin to wonder if your message is getting across, or if it’s even worthwhile continuing the conversation. It make you feel the other person doesn’t put much value on you and what you have to say.