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Your degree or technical experience is only part of the puzzle in building a stellar career. Soft skills are the intangible qualities that help you communicate and work with your colleagues, teammates and clients effectively. Here are 8 of the best soft skills for your career.
Managing a team is an important position in any business and one that comes with a degree of power. How you use that power will determine what type of manager you are. Find out what traits make for a good manager, and what traits to avoid to put you on the road to success.
One toxic personality or underperformer can bring the whole team down. It's your job as a leader to deal with a bad employee quickly (and legally!) before things spiral out of control. Check out our tips for dealing with the trouble maker or poor performer in your team.
Performance reviews are one of those things that companies do for the simple reason because they always have. But do they actually work? We take a look at the traditional performance reviews, considering its flaws, before looking at what can be done as an alternative in the workplace.
Australia’s businesswomen are more positive about their business prospects and are more likely to be anticipating significant business growth in 2011 than their male counterparts, according to research conducted for the quarterly Sensis Business Index.
The flexibility of online courses make them a great choice if you're trying to work and study full time, but you're still going to need ninja-like time management skills to juggle both successfully. Check out our tips for working full-time while studying online.
Think about a time you have come up against a challenge that you successfully resolved. Don\'t dredge up a catastrophe that resulted in personal or professional failure – stick to a story with a happy ending.
Despite its initial air of morbidity, this question has less to do with actually dying and more to do with your aspirations and motivations. Your answer will give the employer an insight into how you prioritise your life and what you hope to achieve.