Interview success in today’s job market is bit difficult. But if we prepare well it is not a Herculean task to attract the interviewers. The importance of creating a good impression within the allotted time is so important in an interview.
With the job markets opening up, it is time for all the aspiring techies to be equipped with the right skills that can land them in a job now. Recently, several reports have indicated that the job market is booming again after the slump due to the economic slowdown. Based on inputs from some industry watchers, Siliconindia has come out with the list of the Top IT Skills currently in demand…click here to refer the current IT Trends
To stay competitive, organizations are looking for ways to facilitate a smoother and more optimized global supply chain. But while companies are turning to business intelligence (BI) tools, many lack the ability to escape the gravity well of becoming data-rich while remaining information-poor. Learn how leading companies have eliminated the obstacles that hinder their ability to make better business decisions. Read More….
Consumers are facing drastic changes in their behavior, markets are facing drastic changes in their functioning, companies are facing drastic changes in their environment…What about Marketing? Is marketing changing at the pace that the current situation demands? The answer is…
This report briefly investigates into the standards of the Bluetooth phenomenon. Investigations into the workings of Bluetooth are given; an analysis of the potential new business creation is also explored. A close look at the security and safety issues relating to Bluetooth are examined.
Standards:Bluetooth supports, IEEE 802.11. Bluetooth is a de facto standard for very low powered and short-range radio connections that would link your mobile phones and laptops, and allow them to access the Internet via hot spots. The much-heralded wireless networking standard is seen as the solution to cutting the cables while increasing the connections of devices at home and work. To refer this case study click here Bluetooth Safety and Security by Rob Abdul
All of us have habits. Some of our habits help us achieve, experience and model excellence, others hold us back from excellence. In a leadership context, our habits have amplified effects on those we work with – encouraging or inhibiting excellence in teams, processes, productivity, innovation and communication. So what might be some practical, everyday habits of excellent leadership? Click here to read 3 Habits of Excellent Leadership
Ask a person secret of his success and among answers you may notice mention of his PR. Have agood rather strong public relation approach and climb up the ladder of promotion quickly. A person withbad PR, though good in many other respects, may suffer and make slow progress as compared to a personpossessing matching qualities but having excellent PR. This clearly indicates the importance of the publicrelation in communication.
Almost same holds true about the organizations and the companies as they tend to wield this tool on morescientific lines. The presence of PR in mass communication is mainly due to corporate sector which hasover the decades exploited PR for the promotion of their products, personalities and services. Click here to read more…
Bowne provides financial, marketing and business communications services around the world. The Boston facility, a world class printing plant, had excessive charges from their electrical power provider based on their facility’s abnormally low power factor levels. Read more on Power Factor Correction Case Study
Case Study One: Executive Coaching program for HR Specialist / Manager for a large public entertainment company
The focus of this 3 month, 6 session executive coaching program was to raise the manager’s confidence, productivity, performance, visibility and leadership skills.
We began by looking at the client’s strengths and expectations, along with the purpose of the role and position description, KPI’s and past reviews. We then converted a situation of relative overwhelm to help the client regain control. We did this by concentrating on his coping, prioritisation, planning and delegating skills directly related to specific work tasks and function examples.
Working across a range of self leadership coaching concepts, we focused on the client’s confidence, beliefs, visibility and behaviours. We also invested strongly in enhancing his “soft skills” like listening, diplomacy, rapport, communication, and assertiveness; as well as grooming his leadership skills such as planning, delegating, negotiating, presenting and performance management through active leadership coaching. Click here to read more…
Over the last century, American psychologists have tried to find ways to measure wisdom or intelligence. Testing a person’s IQ (intelligence quotient) has been one of the most widely used measures of potential success. For example, a test developed by psychologist Lewis Terman at Stanford University was widely administered to approximately two million American men during World War I to determine their intelligence. It was assumed that people were simply born smart or dumb and there was nothing they could do about it. Based on this newly devised test to measure IQ, the men serving in the U.S. military during World War I were assigned duties according to their perceived intelligence. Read more..