Workplace Wellbeing when Working from Home 2

Posted by Sharon Hudson, Director, Talent Tools on 26 March 2020
Workplace Wellbeing when Working from Home 2
Create a realistic work pace You've set up your ergonomic work area, and its time to settle down to get some work done. Because you are not in your usual work surroundings with your colleagues (and no bosses either), your routine is going to be out of whack. No set break times nor other people's schedules to work around, maybe no one to have a coffee with at break time nor is your much looked forward to skim-milk cappuccino with hazelnut syrup available at the cafe next door. What...
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Your Guide to Workplace Wellbeing while Working from Home

Posted by Sharon Hudson, Director, Talent Tools on 22 March 2020
Your Guide to Workplace Wellbeing while Working from Home
If this is your first experience of working from home, "Welcome to Work the Couch."  I have been working from home pretty much for over 10 years, and I know that at first you will feel a bit of disorientated freedom. "I can work when, where, how and dressed as I want".  You may not even do any work today as you "get yourself sorted". Maybe you dozed through what is usually home to work transit time, had a leisurely coffee and put on a load of washin...
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How to Hire Sales Candidates who Will Succeed.

Posted on 13 March 2020
How to Hire Sales Candidates who Will Succeed.
It can be a difficult task to choose the best candidate for your sales position. Hiring the wrong person can lead to costly, detrimental effects down the line. Hiring assessments allow you to accurately vet your potential employees and determine who would be the perfect fit for your company. But, not everyone knows where to begin. Not sure where to start? Don't worry, we've got you covered. Let's take a look at what you need to know. Use a purpose-built Sales Compe...
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What was I doing?

Posted by Sharon Hudson, Director, Talent Tools on 8 March 2020
What was I doing?
Work Interuptus -  how to move to the next focus, and back, without losing the plot I am a fan of Cal Newport's book, Deep Work - Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World, but, I often find it difficult to pick-up where I left off when my Deep Work session is interrupted. I am even interrupted by another interruption before finishing the task of the first interruption!  When I get back to my original Deep Work, a day or week later, I find I have completely l...
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Most people have a goal to change an aspect of their personality.

Posted by Sharon Hudson, Director, Talent Tools on 24 May 2019
Most people have a goal to change an aspect of their personality.
For most people, personality is reactive and unconscious. However, people can volitionally change their own personality traits. It does require reinforcement specific patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behaviours (Lodi-Smith & Roberts, 2007; Roberts & Wood, 2006). Increases Extraversion and Conscientiousness are the most common trait change goals, followed by Emotional Stability. Recent research by Hudson and Fraley demonstrates that well-designed psychological interventions can ...
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