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A Thought Leaders Connected interview with three top Property Communications Heads

Posted in: Corporate Communications, Guest Interviews, Market Views, PR and Communications

13 Jun 2019 by Cordelia Pollock Comments

Over the next few months I will be working on a series of articles, each focusing on one of our key industry sectors, bringing you valuable insight from senior communications professionals at some of the foremost companies in the sector. For this first piece, I have been talking to Heads of Communications and Media Relations at leading property advisors & agents, property consultants, and commercial property developers & investors. I have gained their views on the challenges they are currently facing at this time of political uncertainty, as well as what they are finding particularly interesting about property comms at present, what makes them tick and some expert advice for career progression.

Managing Appraisals: 10 Points for a Perfect Appraisal

Posted in: Career Advice, The Working World, Work Advice

24 Sep 2018 Comments

Appraisals can be tricky to get right; Managers often under-estimate the power of a good appraisal system. They’re a great vehicle for motivating the team, reinforcing goals and boosting productivity. But they’re often handled badly by managers who are under-prepared or unclear about what they want to achieve. Avoid the pitfalls with these 10 points for a perfect appraisal:

What to expect when working with The Works:

Posted in: Jobseeker Advice, The Works

30 Jan 2018 Comments

We are here to provide an exceptional experience by supporting you fully through the recruitment process, ensuring that you find your ideal role. What we offer to our candidates (and clients) does not stop at simply placing people. Many of our candidates are recommended to us, and we take throughout their entire career.

Learning to listen

Posted in: Career Advice, Interviews, Jobseeker Advice

15 Aug 2017 Comments

‘No man ever listened himself out of a job.’ Calvin Coolidge, the 30th US President.

Listening may not be on your interview check-list, but it should be. If you can’t demonstrate the ability to listen in an interview, then can you listen in the job? Work-related mistakes are frustrating and costly; call it miscommunication, misinterpretation or just missing the point, half-listening is often a contributory factor. Let’s look at simple ways to improve your listening:

Beating Workplace Bullies

Posted in: Career Advice, The Working World, Work Advice

09 Jan 2017 Comments

People leave their jobs for many different reasons; bullying is one of them. It may not be stated as a specific reason, but as a professional recruiter, it’s not difficult to piece things together and realise that it’s behind the desire to move on. There’s lots of advice out there about dealing with this insidious issue, and as this week is National Anti-Bullying Week we’d like to do our bit and share some of it with you.

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