Top 10 Skills in Supervision – UK

Being a first-level supervisor is one of the most difficult, demanding and challenging jobs in any organisation, says Harvard Business Review.[i] A supervisor juggles many balls – managing, delegating, leading, resolving conflicts, motivating and more. To be able to supervise a team of any size and skill level, a common set of supervision skills is […]

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Top 10 Skills in Supervision – UK


Top 10 Skills for Sales Professionals – UK

The job of a sales representative doesn’t begin and end with talking to prospects. In fact, salespeople spend just one-third of their day in actually talking to customers. 21% of their time is spent on writing emails, 17% in entering data, another 17% in prospecting and researching leads, 12% in going to internal meetings, and […]

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Top 10 Skills for Sales Professionals – UK


Top 10 Skills for Retail Sales Representatives – UK

Retail sales representative is the most common job position in Australia with over 556,400 retail sales workers in the country.[i] A sales representative or a retail sales associate is a viable position for just about anybody since it doesn’t require specialised knowledge. However, to excel in this career you need to master certain skills.   […]

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Top 10 Skills for Retail Sales Representatives – UK


Top 10 Power Skills for Mastering Facilitation – UK

According to LinkedIn, core competencies required for a facilitator include communication, active listening, developing synergy, and asking questions.[i] Along with that, interpersonal skills and value for diversity are also important qualities in facilitators, the British Council believes.[ii] Using these skills, a facilitator can create an environment where learning is fun and spontaneous for all.   […]

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Top 10 Power Skills for Mastering Facilitation – UK