Have you hit a brick wall in your job?

I do acknowledge that people are made differently and all have different goals for their careers. Career goals are usually determined by a person’s passion, ambition, capabilities, skills, interest level, family commitments and their individual value system. People do differ in these elements and hence their career goals differ, although I strongly feel having values and ethics are not negotiable but that’s a topic for another post.  All said and

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Mentorship! Why very few takers?

I would think there is no need for me to elaborate on what mentor-ship means and what’s it about. I think most of us know it to be some form of coaching, hand-holding and sharing of experiences from someone who has been there and done that. The mentor – mentee relationship is special and most successful men and women will point out that if it hadn’t been for their mentors they wouldn’t be enjoying the fruits of their success.

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Employee Confidence Index headed down?

A few days back i participated in the monthly ECI index survey conducted by Jobstreet.com. The JobStreet ECI is a measure of a jobseeker’s confidence in finding a job within the Singapore market. It ranges from zero (very poor) to 100 (very good). It’s not surprising that the index is showing a decline in the tough economic conditions we are in. The October figures are not yet published by jobstreet but

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