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Top nine CV writing tips for graduates

0 Whether you are a fresh graduate who is looking to land your first job or an experienced professional who is applying for a higher position, a well-written CV is a crucial tool that you have to focus on crafting into perfection in order to attract and convince hiring managers...
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Role Negotiation May Help Boost High-Potential Women’s and Men’s Access to Hot Jobs

0 A new Catalyst report highlights high-potential Employees’ bids for satisfying and challenging roles benefit Individuals, leaders, and organisations   The persistent gender gap in access to “hot jobs”—those high visibility, mission-critical roles and international experiences—prompts the question: what can women do to maximize their access to these leadership development...
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Register your interest | WeAreTheCity India Jobs

0 WeAreTheCity India will shortly be launching our job board which will include job vacancies from a number of leading companies across India.  The sectors we are initially focusing on for our launch are Technology, Banking and Finance, Media, Consulting and Administration with more jobs from other sectors soon after....
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Top Tips for authority and gravitas

1 Executive Women and Females in Leadership Business woman – Via Shutterstock In the course of my coaching career I have seen many female clients in leadership roles who often find it difficult to command authority in a male-dominated work environment. They, quite rightly, do not want to ‘copy’ their...
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Go on – Assert Yourself | Tatvã Femme

0 Assertiveness is the quality of being self-assured and confident without being aggressive. We want to address newly promoted managers, the recently transferred bosses, and yes some of you veteran ladies out there also. We know there is a certain hesitation to setting the ground rules, designing deadlines and in...
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I’ve Got Mail! | Archanna Balaji

18 Communicate unto other people; that which you would want others to communicate unto you! For me, this adage has lot of meaning to it. These days it is very difficult to think of anyone who does not use emails at work. E-communication has become a part of our day-to-day...
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CV Tips – Resume Rules | Pallavi Pande

0 When you write your resume, you should keep in mind that the recruiter gives it just 10 seconds to review a resume and decides whether to call you in for an interview or not. Thus your resume should be concise, structured and specific. Yes, that’s it and your resume will create instant...
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The Global Gender Gap Report 2014

0 The Global Gender Gap Report 2014 benchmarks national gender gaps of 142 countries on economic, political, education- and health-based criteria. This year is the 9th edition of the Index, allowing for time-series analysis on the changing patterns of gender equality around the world and comparisons between and within countries....
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The YOU in Engagement | Puja Kohli

0 I had the pleasure of listening to the legendary Dr. Marshall Goldsmith at an NHRD conference in Bangalore recently. He was witty and didn’t mince his words to make his point.  Among many takeaways the one that resonated with me strongly was, ‘Who is Responsible for Engagement’? A decade...
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