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20 Mar 2017

EMOTION - the essential tool to evaluate and develop soft-skills

Today’s highly diverse and hyper-connected work environment demands optimal performance with rapid adaptability to change and an effective communication. 67% of these essential skills for optimal performance are governed by Emotional Intelligence (D. Goleman). 

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How to avoid falling for the wrong candidate?

How to avoid falling for the wrong candidate?

The first encounter between two individuals can be a deciding factor in how the relationship will progress. Factors like, countenance, posture, attire, eloquence, can--most often subconsciously--influence the perception of the individuals. First impressions have a significant impact on interviews, but these impressions are often subjective, based on the personal biases and judgments of the interviewer.

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