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Discuss recent trends that are being observed in HR domain......
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Personal growth doesn't have to be a mystery. You can learn and change, becoming the person you dream of being. It just takes paying attention to the ten keys of personal growth. 1. Take time to dream. Personal growth requires investing a little time in exploring your own desires and hopes. How can you know if you are growing if your goals are unclear? 2. Keep a journal. Journaling is a wonderful method of increasing personal growth in several ways. For one thing, it gives you a place to record those rumblings of distant dreams and the achievements you'd like to make. Second, it gives you a way to keep track of progress you're making toward your goals. 3. Make mistakes. A person who never makes any mistakes can only be a person who never does anything! If you are to grow, you will have to act, sometimes in a risky way. You are bound to make mistakes on the way to personal growth. 4. But, learn from your mistakes. Mistakes can be stepping stones on the way to success if we analyze...
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Roxanne Ravenel The current job market is challenging for everyone. Job hunters are finding themselves in a long, grueling job hunt – despite years of experience and impressive degrees. Yet, many job hunters are finding success. There is no single formula for job search success. However, Daniel Johnson, Jr., host of How I Got My Job, has noticed that successful job hunters do have some characteristics in common. Daniel has interviewed more than 40 successful job hunters on his podcast. During a recent episode of the Savvy Jobseeker Podcast, Daniel shared five outstanding characteristics shared by several of them. Here are three: Adaptability Successful job hunters adapt to meet employers’ needs. Their adaptability makes them stand out. Bill Green got his job as an administrative assistant with a non-profit organization by demonstrating his adaptability through volunteering. Bill looked for things that needed to be done in the organization and he did them. When his stint as a...
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We hear about the importance of business plans all the time, and many entrepreneurs would never think of launching a new venture without one. Most startups carefully plan production, distribution and delivery, and even internal culture. When it comes to putting together a long term, strategic marketing plan though, it’s shocking how many small to midsized companies skip it altogether. It often seems like marketing is something that’s an afterthought. Everyone knows it needs to be done, but we’ll figure it out as we go along. Marketing is not something to take lightly though. In fact, it can literally make or break a business. You can have all the other pieces in place – a great product, a seamless sales process, outstanding service, etc. – and if you don’t do a great job with marketing, none of it will matter. Sure, word of mouth will (eventually) help, but the more people spreading the word, the better, and marketing is the only way you’re going to get the process moving forward....
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