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3 things you can do today, to remain in-demand tomorrow

3 things you can do today, to remain in-demand tomorrow
As technology rapidly evolves and job functions change, how do you make sure you remain employable in one, three or five years’ time?
While you can’t control external factors like the economy, hiring demands and technology changes, you can put yourself in good stead for future job opportunities by keeping up to date – if and when you want to make your next career move.
 
 
 

Top 5 resources to help you manage your career journey

Top 5 resources to help you manage your career journey
Staying on top of your career doesn’t need to be a chore. You also don’t need to wait until you’re made redundant or in between jobs to keep on track of it.

Thanks to technology, there are some excellent tools at your fingertips that will make it easier for you to progress your career while learning a thing or two about yourself.

Check out these inspiring resources and set your career path on track.

 
 
 

How to break the ice and build rapport quickly at your new workplace

How to break the ice and build rapport quickly at your new workplace
First day of work can sometimes be a tad overwhelming. Not only are you tasked with learning everything about your new role, but you also need to learn the name of your colleagues, their roles and how the organisation runs.

To help you ease into your new workplace, here are some ice breakers so you can learn the ropes and get to know your team mates faster.

 
 
 

How to make a smooth exit after resigning

How to make a smooth exit after resigning
You are counting down until you start your new role..

Yet, how you leave can leave a lasting impression, often more so than how you started.

Here are some things to do and consider before you say your goodbyes.

 
 
 

Make your professional new year resolutions stick

Make your professional new year resolutions stick
Will you make a set of new year’s resolutions on January 1, like so many of us do every year?

And more importantly, will you still remember them a month later?

 
 
 

How Queensland Health is becoming a more agile organisation – one leader at a time

How Queensland Health is becoming a more agile organisation – one leader at a time
How Hudson played a part in Queensland Department of Health’s Leadership Development program.

Leadership development is a challenge for any organisation, let alone a government department fraught with changes in governments and priorities. . Yet Queensland Department of Health recognised that a cultural transformation in selecting and developing their leaders was in order to stay competitive.

The solution? A bespoke leadership program tailored to the needs of emerging leaders. Here’s how the department went about implementing the initiative.
 
 
 

The best questions to ask in a job interview to assess the workplace culture

The best questions to ask in a job interview to assess the workplace culture
What questions can you ask in a job interview to help you decide if the organisation is right for you?

 
 
 

How to become a people manager: the two leadership traits you need to demonstrate

How to become a people manager: the two leadership traits you need to demonstrate
If you haven’t managed before, it can be difficult to apply for a manager role. When you don’t have the experience, here are the two leadership traits you need to prove that you have.
 
 
 

How looking at data helped strengthen our leadership pipeline

How looking at data helped strengthen our leadership pipeline
Case study: John Holland uses data for succession planning

How do you decide who to promote into senior leadership roles? Here’s how property and construction group John Holland uses data from Hudson Talent Management leadership assessments for succession planning.

 
 
 

Six unusual, real-life questions asked by hiring managers in job interviews

Six unusual, real-life questions asked by hiring managers in job interviews
Even if you’re well-prepared for a job interview and have rehearsed your answers to common questions, sometimes a hiring manager will ask an unusual question to see how you can think and respond on your feet, as well as find out more about your soft skills and cultural fit.

Here are six real-life examples from Glassdoor of unusual questions people have been asked in job interviews and how to answer them if they come up for you:

 
 
 

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