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Keep calm by preparing for your next interview by receiving interview coaching from the experts. Client Centric provide interview skills coaching to individuals seeking assistance in being able to market and promote themselves during an interview as well as be able to answer questions confidently and assertively. Please visit the following page for more information: … Continue reading Snapshot about the Interview Skills Coaching service offered by Client Centric
What do you look for in a job? Asking this question provides the interviewer with insight and understanding of what it is that you are after in a job and what is going to motivate you to stay and put forth your best effort. By finding out what you look for in a job, the … Continue reading Responding to the interview question: “What do you look for in a job?” By Matthew Coppola
How would your peers describe you? Asking this question to an interviewee provides the employer with an insight from the candidate’s perspective on how their friends and peers see them, providing some kind of indication on what kind of person they are and what they will be like in the workplace. When trying to find … Continue reading Responding to the interview question: “How would your peers describe you?” By Matthew Coppola
You may not have any professional working weaknesses that you are aware of that hinder your ability to perform a job to the best you can. Many professionals and tradespersons perform their job very, very well and do not have any areas of concern that they feel they need to address or has been raised … Continue reading What if I don’t have any weaknesses when asked at an interview? By Matthew Coppola
You may not have any questions to ask in an interview. You might be genuinely happy with everything that you have heard during the meeting and felt that there is nothing you want to ask. But is this always the best approach to take? Think about it from the standpoint of the employer/recruiter. Do they … Continue reading What if I don’t have any questions to ask at the end of an interview? By Matthew Coppola
It is entirely up to you. You may want to have your resume as a form of reference – something that an interviewer can refer to, or if you are interviewed by a panel of interviewers, something that one individual can look at and read while the other interviewer is asking a question. Even if … Continue reading Should I bring my resume along to an interview? By Matthew Coppola
It is up to you if you want to bring a folio of certificates that you have completed over the course of your career. Generally speaking though, it would be wise to include these certificates in your resume for an employer to refer to, instead than handing them a folio for them to sift through … Continue reading Is it necessary to bring a folio of certificates to show in an interview? By Matthew Coppola
You’re all excited about an up and coming interview lined up for you. The day comes, you put on your best clothes and head off for the job interview. During the interview, they may ask you what pay rate you are looking for. This is not something that you haven’t thought about. It’s serious and … Continue reading The question in an interview “What pay rate are you looking for?”
There is a difference between coming across as “enthusiastic” as opposed to being “desperate”. This article answers the question many interviewers will ask about why you want to work for them.
Article by Matthew Coppola, Client Centric Mention this article for a $AU10.00 discount off any package purchased by Client Centric Executive Employment Solutions – visit http://www.clientcentric.com.au/individual-pricing Yesterday I started my first day on the job at a job find company in Victoria. Although it was only an internal transfer for the same position with the … Continue reading Why we feel nervous on the first day of a new job, by Matthew Coppola
I have been working for an employment services organisation for over 7 months now, and just recently I was offered an internal transfer to another office within the company over in Melbourne. But to ensure that my transition is as smooth as possible, in the last week working at my previous office in Perth, I had another employee … Continue reading Why you need to be passionate about your job to succeed, by Matthew Coppola
The following paper studies the opposing and unifying theories of two economists, John Stuart Mill and Thomas Robert Malthus, on the long term dynamics of capitalism, which entail aspects of growth, development and accumulation of a capitalist economy. The key topics studied by Malthus and Mill include labour, consumption, population growth, agriculture and property rights. … Continue reading A Critical Analysis of the Long Term Dynamics of Capitalism, by Matthew Coppola
Article by Matthew Coppola, Client Centric Looking for a new job? Wanting to move on to a new role? Client Centric can help by professionally writing for you a new and tailored CV and cover letter designed to help market and promote you to prospective employers. They also provide interview coaching and assist with addressing … Continue reading Is the Stereotype of the Typical Australian of the 1940’s/50’s Correct? By Matthew Coppola
If we want to build our credibility with other people, we have to first of all be credible to ourselves. That means selling ourselves on our products or our services first. If you believe you are selling a good product, or offering a valuable service, you won’t have much difficulty selling that product or service … Continue reading How to Effectively Build Credibility With Others, by Matthew Coppola
Emotion has on a large effect on a person’s behaviour and by learning how to identify the clients feeling will help you provide a suitable solution. By changing the client’s emotion you may be able to help the client see your solution more clearly without the emotion that controls their behaviour. E- Motion is contributed/created … Continue reading How to Effectively Change a Client’s Emotion, by Matthew Coppola
Think about the following scenario. You’re sitting in the manager’s office and he tells you he has to let you go, giving you two weeks to find another job. Just like that. How do you think you would feel? For many of us, the possibility of losing our job can seem very disheartening, especially if … Continue reading I’m out of a job. What now by Matthew Coppola
Article by Matthew Coppola, Client Centric Looking for a new job? Wanting to move on to a new role? Client Centric can help by professionally writing for you a new and tailored CV and cover letter designed to help market and promote you to prospective employers. They also provide interview coaching and assist with addressing … Continue reading Why is everyone getting promoted except me by Matthew Coppola
Today in all walks of life, there is an asymmetry of information between people. This occurs when there are gaps of information between one another, that is, when some have more information than others. To elaborate, there are “generation gaps” between youthful and elderly people, between the jury and the accused, between employees and employers … Continue reading How do I listen to people better by Matthew Coppola
“Honesty is as rare as a man without self-pity” So wrote American Poet, Stephen Vincent Benet almost 100 years ago. You may agree that little improvement has been made since then in regards to the public’s respect for honesty and its value. Dishonesty is not only prevalent with the general public, but also in workplaces … Continue reading Is there anything wrong with being dishonest at work?
Tough economic times and volatility in the jobs market over the years has prompted many to feel insecure about their job and keeping it. Added to that, it is even more difficult for youths and lower skilled individuals to get and keep a job they are happy with. There is a saying that goes”there is … Continue reading How do I keep a job by Matthew Coppola
Being confident is about trusting yourself, and by trusting yourself means that you believe in yourself and your abilities. So if you’re saying to yourself “I’m not a confident person” I would like to know, are you confident about that? We all have confidence in us, but when it comes to speaking up at a … Continue reading How can I improve my self-esteem and confidence by Matthew Coppola
Article by Matthew Coppola, Client Centric Peer pressure occurs when a peer group exerts influence to persuade an individual to change their attitudes, values, or behaviours so that they meet group norms. Unfortunately, peer-pressure doesn’t stop at school. It follows us into the workplace. It may be that a co-worker wants you to go out … Continue reading How do I deal with peer-pressure from co-workers by Matthew Coppola
To many business people, the belief is that honesty pays, but not enough. To survive in the cut throat world of business and sales, many feel that they need to lie or bend the truth to get anywhere in business.But is that the case? Does being deceitful, dishonest and untruthful in sales and business really … Continue reading Why It Pays To Be Honest In Sales By Matthew Coppola
OMG. IM ROFLMAO ATM. BTW I G2G but ill BRB.If your not up with the lingo I just said Oh my goodness. Im Rollling over Laughing my ass off. I got to go but ill be right back. Today im going to be talking about the generation that talks like that.Known for their optimistic attitudes, … Continue reading An Explanation Of Generation Y By Matthew Coppola
KEY BENEFITS IN EMPLOYING GEN Y”They are tech-smart “” Being the first generation to have grown up with computers, Gen Y are early adopters of new technology.They are fast learners when it comes to new tech gadgets, and can even teach you how to use things like content management systems and social media. “Inexpensive and … Continue reading How To Make The Most Out Of Employing Generation Y By Matthew Coppola
Article by Matthew Coppola, Client Centric Looking for a new job? Wanting to move on to a new role? Client Centric can help by professionally writing for you a new and tailored CV and cover letter designed to help market and promote you to prospective employers. They also provide interview coaching and assist with addressing … Continue reading How To Help Others And Ourselves Accept Change In The Workplace By Matthew Coppola
An assumption in Economics is that consumers prefer more, and that one’s utility can be increased through the consumption of more goods and services. In other words, the more money we have as individuals, the more satisfied we are with our life. But does greater income and consumption really translate into greater happiness? Three main … Continue reading Does money make us more happier?
Article by Matthew Coppola, Client Centric Looking for a new job? Wanting to move on to a new role? Client Centric can help by professionally writing for you a new and tailored CV and cover letter designed to help market and promote you to prospective employers. They also provide interview coaching and assist with addressing … Continue reading How to effectively cold visit prospective employers by Matthew Coppola
Implementing a well-thought out strategy can result in a desirable outcome. Monopoly is a great example. Although it is a game of chance there are elements of strategy which contribute to a successful win. Firstly forget about cheating in business. It doesn”t guarantee winning. In Monopoly the player who steals money from his opponent or … Continue reading How To Implement A Strategic Plan: Learning from the Game of Monopoly by Matthew Coppola
The surroundings of the business has a huge impact on the outcome of any strategy. Now an organisation may operate in a…..positive environment. But what if it is operating in a…..negative environment? Well then it may have detrimental effects to the business. An organisation would be a smart company if they took good note of … Continue reading Understanding the Business Environment: Learning from the Game of Golf by Matthew Coppola
1. Base all your images and information around your target market. Your target market is the customer base which purchases your products. Take into account their age profile and income group. Older age groups have different preferences as opposed to younger age groups. Income is also a strong dependant on how important price and value … Continue reading Key Marketing Tips by Matthew Coppola
1.What is the biggest mistake people make when sending business emails? The biggest mistake would have to be sending emails with too many subjects. If you are sending an email, make sure that it is on one subject alone, not many. Because when people receive emails with too many subjects, the email respondents end up … Continue reading Do’s and Dont’s of Email Etiquette by Matthew Coppola
Article by Matthew Coppola, Client Centric Looking for a new job? Wanting to move on to a new role? Client Centric can help by professionally writing for you a new and tailored CV and cover letter designed to help market and promote you to prospective employers. They also provide interview coaching and assisting with addressing … Continue reading A Comparison and Contrasting of John Mill and Thomas Malthus on the long term dynamics of Capitalism by Matthew Coppola