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A Tool To Help You Decide Whether To Apply For That Job

When you really need to find work or are desperate to leave your current position, it seems like every job you see advertised becomes a ‘maybe’ – even if you would normally never look at it twice.When you really need to find work or are desperate to leave your current position, it seems like every job you see advertised becomes a ‘maybe’ – even if you would normally never look at it twice.But applying for jobs is time-consuming, and a job search pursued in the wrong spirit can be…See More
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A Tool To Help You Decide Whether To Apply For That Job

When you really need to find work or are desperate to leave your current position, it seems like every job you see advertised becomes a ‘maybe’ – even if you would normally never look at it twice.When you really need to find work or are desperate to leave your current position, it seems like every job you see advertised becomes a ‘maybe’ – even if you would normally never look at it twice.But applying for jobs is time-consuming, and a job search pursued in the wrong spirit can be…See More
May 1
A blog post by Marilyn Louise was featured

How To Negotiate A Raise Without Looking Entitled

There comes a stage in everyone’s career when, no matter how happy they are with the type of work they do, their surroundings, and their achievements, it feels like it’s time to move on.Often, the pushing factor is money. Nobody likes to get stuck on one rung of a ladder, especially when we see our friends and rivals moving on up to bigger and better things!But it’s daft…See More
Mar 18
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How To Negotiate A Raise Without Looking Entitled

There comes a stage in everyone’s career when, no matter how happy they are with the type of work they do, their surroundings, and their achievements, it feels like it’s time to move on.Often, the pushing factor is money. Nobody likes to get stuck on one rung of a ladder, especially when we see our friends and rivals moving on up to bigger and better things!But it’s daft…See More
Mar 18
Marilyn Louise liked Marilyn Louise's blog post 7 Ways To Make Your Weekend Feel Less Rushed
Dec 21, 2018
Marilyn Louise liked Marilyn Louise's blog post 10 Ways To Build Trust With Employees
Nov 7, 2018
Marilyn Louise posted a blog post

10 Ways To Build Trust With Employees

Atmosphere matters. For your business to truly prosper and your crew and clients to feel satisfied, an atmosphere of trust is essential. It just takes a bit of discipline and adherence to the rule book to keep a business afloat – but if you’re interested in excelling, it is people that you need to invest in, not your ledger book.Ironically enough, putting people above profit can improve your profits in the long run. Look at the stats:…See More
Nov 7, 2018
Marilyn Louise posted a blog post

What’s on Mark Zuckerberg's Desk (And What Does That Teach You About Work)

Blaming poor professional performance on a shoddy desk environment is a bit like the workman blaming his tools. But on the other hand, a well-kept desk both reflects and encourages a tidy mind.If you think of your desk as just a place you sit to do work, it’ll likely pile high with all kinds of mess and distractions that will hamper your productivity. Taking a few moments now and then to tidy your work area and re-consider the stuff that you keep to hand can help you to shape a healthy,…See More
Jun 20, 2018
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An Introvert’s Guide to Getting Your Voice Heard in a Meeting

Being an introvert is tough at the best of times, but at least in your personal life you can handle things to some degree. At work, however, this isn’t possible as you are daily thrust into environments with many people and interaction is expected of you.To get better at coping with your introversion in the workplace, Onward have created this guide with tips about how to get more out of…See More
Feb 23, 2018
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Advice For New Employees: Survival Guide For First Job Etiquette

There are few things more daunting than starting your first job, which takes place in a totally new environment with new people, new rules and new expectations.Navigating this unfamiliar landscape is stressful for everyone, so here are some tips to get you through those scary first few weeks:Introductions - Meeting new colleagues is daunting and you’ll want to come across as enthusiastic and interesting, but make sure you keep it brief so you don’t start to bore people. Think of your…See More
Dec 9, 2017
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7 Storytelling Structures to Improve Your Presentations

In his book The Seven Basic Plots: Why We Tell Stories, Christopher Booker states that everything ever written boils down to seven basic plots.Using these story frames, you can share your life experiences to inspire your team and bring your presentations to life.1. Overcoming the MonsterThis is the typical heartwarming story of courage and bravery where the hero…See More
Dec 6, 2017
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Workplace Strategies To Help You Remember Anything

Nobody outside of HR quite seems to appreciate the amount of details recruitment workers need to handle. Juggling the particulars of countless vacancies, applicants, and intermediaries can be a tiring task – but we all know that recruiters with a Rolodex memory have a massive advantage and frequently make great things happen just by drawing connections between all those bits of information in their heads.So what can you do to put yourself in that league? Luckily, there are several tried and…See More
Nov 17, 2017
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How To Spruce Up Your LinkedIn Profile

Anyone who has set up a Facebook profile, or more or less any other social media profile, already has the skills to set up their own LinkedIn presence. The difference is that LinkedIn has a purpose beyond leisure and enjoyment, and that you must play the game within tighter, more specific parameters if you are to advance your career and make encouraging new connections.Like Facebook, however, it all begins with photos. On LinkedIn, you tend to make your first impression with a pair of photos at…See More
Oct 25, 2017
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An Illustrated Guide To Office Clichés We Should Stop Using

Every office is a microcosm all of its own. The same bunch of people turn up week after week, to work under high pressure towards a fixed goal – it’s no wonder if they all start to act and talk like each other. In-jokes and nicknames that make no sense outside of those four walls become the order of the day.Yet a handful of office-speak phrases seem to have crossed cultures from one office to another and another…  until they have become clichés that people everywhere recognize – even if they…See More
Oct 17, 2017

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Marilyn Louise's Blog

A Tool To Help You Decide Whether To Apply For That Job

Posted on May 1, 2019 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

When you really need to find work or are desperate to leave your current position, it seems like every job you see advertised becomes a ‘maybe’ – even if you would normally never look at it twice.When you really need to find work or are desperate to leave your current position, it seems like every job you see advertised becomes a ‘maybe’ – even if you would normally never look at it twice.

But applying for jobs is time-consuming, and a job search pursued in the wrong spirit can be…

Continue

How To Negotiate A Raise Without Looking Entitled

Posted on March 18, 2019 at 11:30am 0 Comments

There comes a stage in everyone’s career when, no matter how happy they are with the type of work they do, their surroundings, and their achievements, it feels like it’s time to move on.

Often, the pushing factor is money. Nobody likes to get stuck on one rung of a ladder, especially when we see our friends and rivals moving on up to…

Continue

10 Ways To Build Trust With Employees

Posted on November 7, 2018 at 7:30am 0 Comments

Atmosphere matters. For your business to truly prosper and your crew and clients to feel satisfied, an atmosphere of trust is essential. It just takes a bit of discipline and adherence to the rule book to keep a business afloat – but if you’re interested in excelling, it is people that you need to invest in, not your ledger book.

Ironically enough, putting people above profit can improve your profits in the long run. Look at the stats:…

Continue

What’s on Mark Zuckerberg's Desk (And What Does That Teach You About Work)

Posted on June 20, 2018 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

Blaming poor professional performance on a shoddy desk environment is a bit like the workman blaming his tools. But on the other hand, a well-kept desk both reflects and encourages a tidy mind.

If you think of your desk as just a place you sit to do work, it’ll likely pile high with all kinds of mess and distractions that will hamper your productivity. Taking a few moments now and then to tidy your work area and re-consider the stuff that you keep to hand can help you to shape a…

Continue

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