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The Recruitment Show

Change your mindset

Change your mindset

Many people have shared that stress has a major impact on their lives. We've learned that stress itself is not inherently problematic; the problem arises when you have a negative, destructive, or unproductive response to stress. Alice Law, stress and anxiety coach, founder at Lawali Life, gives us her insights on one simple solution: changing your mindset. This strategy is effective in all aspects of life, including the workplace.

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Climbing the mountain

Climbing the mountain

With today’s careers, it is more common than ever before to change directions multiple times in your life. This can happen in the course of a graduate program where perhaps the career you came looking for now looks different to you as your experiences have grown. Lewis and Aldo give us an insight on the start of their career journey.

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Do company values limit diversity in the recruitment process?

A properly thought-out recruitment process is vital to an organisation’s success. Each business must ask whether basing its recruitment on company values, of which diversity could be one, is limiting its cognitive diversity. Lewis and Aldo give us their valuable insights on cognitive diversity, and how it recognises peoples wonderfully diverse views and perspectives on the world.

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Crafting the right story

With the competition for the best positions as competitive as ever, selling yourself to a potential employer is vital. Lewis and Aldo give us their valuable insights on how to prepare for interviews and crafting your answers using effective storytelling.

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On hiring rockstar candidates

With the competition for talent as competitive as ever, selling your company to potential hires is vital. Lewis and Aldo give us their valuable insights in to the importance of crafting a great story.

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