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Interviewing


Simple ideas for selecting the best In today’s competitive labour markets it’s vital to make sure you have the right person for the right job. The crux of any recruitment procedure, however sophisticated, is the face-to-face interview. It can be a nerve-wracking time for both parties. Interviewing is all about technique – asking the right questions and being ready to give the best answers. If you want to improve your interviewing skills, or want to do better at interviews, this book is definitely for you.


Be assertive


Simple ideas for getting what you want Do you long to be in control of your business and personal life but always feel obliged to put others first? Are you worried about standing up for yourself? Do you always shy away from conflict situations? Do you lack self-confidence? If you answer “yes” to any of these questions then Be Assertive provides the perfect answer. This book will show you how to master your own emotions and take control of your relationships with others.


Managing people for the first time


Simple ideas for leading your tea Managing people for the first time is written for all new managers who suddenly have the responsibility for staff management thrust upon them. It offers no- nonsense techniques to enable you to make an immediate positive impact on your staff and to hit the ground running in your new managerial career. Quickly learn how to: understand the manager’s role; prepare for day one; manage former friends and colleagues;


Maximize your time


Simple ideas for managing your work Is your time your own? Are you stressed out by not being in control of your life? Could you achieve so much more if you just had more time? Do you consider time to be your enemy? If you answer “yes” to any of these questions then Maximise your time! provides the perfect answer. Packed full of useful tips and practical guidance, and written in an entertaining, easy-to-read style, this book shows you how to master time and ensure that you get the most out of each and every hour.


manage people who are older than you; learn from your mistakes; deal with conflict.


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