• 5 top recruitment tips and best practice for SME’s - The jobs market is getting tighter as the levels of unemployment fall, the average age of the British worker increases and the skills gap bites harder. How can SME’s ensure they get the best candidates for their job vacancies, retain their staff and hire the right person at the offset? 1. Is it really time... Read more »
  • Happy New Year! - HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! I love new beginnings, don’t you? Waking up on 1st January every new year almost feels like walking outside after a heavy thunderstorm – Everything is fresh, new, clean and ready to start again. As the old year draws to an end and the new year gets ready to kick off, I... Read more »
  • Christmas wishes! - Merry Christmas to you and yours! I made a Christmas wish for you, For a holiday full of pleasure, Friends and family all around, And memories to treasure. I wish for you a Christmas filled With joyous holiday cheer; I wish you a Merry Christmas, And a very Happy New Year!   Thank you for... Read more »
  • How to choose a recruitment agency when hiring in sales -   Whether you are an employer wanting to employ a new staff member, or an experienced senior manager looking for your next career move, how do you decide on which Recruitment Consultant will be able to deliver on your expectations? Selecting the right partner at the outset will ensure a successful, cost effective conclusion to... Read more »
  • Get your recruitment process sorted out to hire the best sales people -   Companies that approach hiring as a systematic process gain competitive advantage by getting the right people into their sights, right from the start. A structured approach to hiring may seem exceedingly difficult to implement in our busy and target-driven commercial world. But, the overwhelmingly positive results from hiring the right staff, the first time... Read more »
  • How to write the ideal person specification - The person specification defines the job in human terms. In other words, it describes all the qualities and attributes that the ideal candidate will have to do the job well. There is also  a risk that the person specification can simply be an inflated shopping list, so keeping it realistic and objective will help you... Read more »
  • When yoga meets work, amazing things happen - Yoga at work! Case study: Communications workshop The mission: Encouraging communication and teamwork The client: Inside Outside Marquees Ltd, Bookham, Surrey The date: April 2016 The problem Inside Outside Marquees is a premier supplier of marquees for the events industry in the South East. The business is privately owned. Through successful marketing and business development,... Read more »
  • 9 top tips: How personality types impact team performance in sales - Personality types shape teams and can ultimately lead to the success or demise of a project or other corporate initiative. Comprised of a variety of types: quiet or loud, introverted or extroverted, compliant or argumentative, the best teams leverage their unique blend of people to make things happen. In other words, they are able to... Read more »
  • Hiring superior sales people: Why too many cooks spoil the dinner -   Recruitment is a little bit like cooking Sunday lunch. Most housewives prefer eager assistants to disappear so they can get on with the job. They know that too many people involved in doing an important job, can end up in confusion, miss-communication and possibly, disaster. Likewise, studies have shown that once the number of... Read more »
  • How to choose the best CVs from a shortlist - Recruitment is a process that revolves around a number of different selection rounds, in ever-decreasing circles, until the best possible candidate is chosen out of the candidate pool. The first round is normally based on selecting the best CVs out of all the CVs sent in by job applicants. The chances are that you may... Read more »




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