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April 2010
When you choose if you want to work for a company (taking into account that it works with your personal situation at the moment and the role in itself is a challenge), you normally base your decision on two things: 1 – Do you like the leader of the organisation? Does he inspire you? 2...
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In a recent article Simon Anholt, the pre-emminent Nation Branding expert, stated: “Nation branding: a dangerously misleading phrase which seems to contain a promise that the images of countries can be directly manipulated using the techniques of marketing communications”. I completely agree and go even a step further, nation branding as the concept described by...
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It’s quite feasible now that the Lib Dems will win the popular vote and still end up with the least number of seats in the House of Commons. That won’t go down well and this time won’t just be accepted – we might experience our own 1968, when students in Paris and Berlin took to...
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I have to admit, the FA Cup Semi-final Portsmouth versus Spurs was the best live football experience I’ve ever had. Obviously I hope that the FA Cup Final will be an even better experience. Play up Pompey. Sadly, I know of one thing that won’t change, and that’s the poor mobile phone reception within Wembley....
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I’m all excited about the election this year, especially after following the first leaders’ debate on TV and simultaneously on Twitter. This combination just brings it really alive. And I want to vote. Hold on a minute, I can’t vote. I have the wrong nationality. Obviously, I can vote in Germany. Isn’t it weird though,...
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Every so often, we have a generational shift – Baby Boomers, Generation X, Gen Y. Every time this happens, all the changes in behaviour, in interests, in work ethics, in motivational drivers are being dissected and highlighted, new modi operandi imagined, claims made  – out with the old, in with the new. Within recruitment, Gen...
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As part of Jobsite’s Quarterly Market Tracker (run by HPI) we also looked at the impact of smart phones. Let me share some interesting findings with you: 43% of the UK job seekers own a smart phone 44% of the smart phone users watch news on their smart phone, 38% watch music videos, 25% watch...
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Let’s face it, our mobile device is with us 24×7, always within arms reach, and rarely ever shared. Regardless of what device you favor, one thing is certain: the mobile device connects us all and is the one piece of technology that we never seem to be without. With the recent buzz surrounding mobile apps,...
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In the world of sports it’s normal practise that a player has an agent representing him/her at contract negotiations, an agent, who – in combination with the player – works on his/her career path and organises his/her life, so that the player can concentrate on world class performances. Before we start, I am aware of...
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In the future, as I have written in my recent blog post “The social web is dead. Long live the value web”, the enlightened and digitally engaged individual will actively manage his/her profile and at the same time implement different levels of access to him or herself. This exclusive access will be restricted to a...
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