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Common mistakes when writing a CV

Common mistakes when writing a CV

I told to myself, never ever write an article about ‘resume mistakes’. But reading so many different point of view and receiving many resumes daily, I want to give my personal point of view, because at least one in a life we are all candidates.

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Using Six Sigma to create project team

Using Six Sigma to create project team

Today I want to speak about designing and selecting a team to succeed a project. As you know, at the core of any team are individuals who “interact independently in order to accomplish mission goals”.

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A short story about IT Enterprise Architects

A short story about IT Enterprise Architects

No dubs, in daily complexity of the World, many new jobs and positons are invented, this is absolutely a good point and nice perspective because the job market became dynamic instead to be static, I am not just talking about changing content of positon, I am talking about totally new roles necessary to follow a World in continuous change.

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Effective Negotiation Skills

Effective Negotiation Skills

Is a matter of fact that job descriptions often list negotiation skills as a desirable asset for job candidates, but the ability to negotiate requires a collection of interpersonal and communication skills used together to bring a desired result.

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Recruitment skills wanted!

Recruitment skills wanted!

Today I want to discuss about recruitment skills a professional recruiter must have. Recruiting is a competitive industry, full of people who love to celebrate the win, so one of the most important traits of a recruiter is their competitive drive.

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How to evaluate leadership competencies during an interview

How to evaluate leadership competencies during an interview

Today I would like to present an interesting topic both for candidates and recruiters. Indeed, in the 99.9% of resumes I received in my working life, is written something about leadership competencies.

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Unfair Treatment at Work

Unfair Treatment at Work

Probably we all thought at least once “Life isn’t fair!” That is because we are born with a strong inner sense of fairness and a strong desire to fight for our rights when we have been treated unfairly.

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Something about headhunting you should know (almost a sad story)

Something about headhunting you should know (almost a sad story)

Today I want to discuss about a topic that surely was, is and will be always interesting subject both for job seekers and for potential employer.

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Contingency vs. Retained Search: A time when I was a Client

Contingency vs. Retained Search: A time when I was a Client

Today I want to talk with you about my experience when my place was on the other side of the fence.

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The true costs of a bad hire

The true costs of a bad hire

Today I would like to tell you a story of a a perfect world, where employers would be able to hire people based on their merits alone and never have to worry about the repercussions of a potentially bad hire.

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How to define the working time? Judgment of European Court of Justice

How to define the working time? Judgment of European Court of Justice

This is my first post after surgery so totally prepared with left hand, hope I will not make too much mistakes and you can find it inspiring as well controversial and you can add your comments and share your share your thoughts in a constructive way.

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“Be or not be a freelance/ entrepreneur?” A day before shoulder surgery

“Be or not be a freelance/ entrepreneur?” A day before shoulder surgery

Dear friends, colleagues, readers, candidates and clients, I know this is not my usual post about HR and sales issue (at least in the very begging); this is something more personal and intimate.

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Staff retention strategies

Staff retention strategies

One of the greatest challenges facing employers today is finding and keeping good employees. Employee retention is critical to the long-term health and success of your business.

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Six mistakes to avoid entering a Foreign Market

Six mistakes to avoid entering a Foreign Market

Surely could be more than six, but those one are the most common mistakes, so I hope you can get inspired reading it.

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The Importance & Benefits of Feedback in Sales

The Importance & Benefits of Feedback in Sales

Today I want to discuss about feedback, the 2-way communication that is essential if we want to create a positive loop into the business, we want to confront our ideas with others, we just want an answer to our question, offers, assignment, request, need of support, sharing something. Obvious? Maybe not so obvious.

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