On this episode, Harold answers a question from a viewer who thinks that she’s becoming too cynical for her own good. She wants to do a reality check.
The key points Harold makes include: 1. Know the difference between a sceptic and cynic. Sceptic may question the approach. Cynic questions the motive. 2. How do people really see you? 3. It starts with your mind-set about trust. 4. Start with eliminating the negativity. 5. Put more skin in the game
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Harold Hillman on Radio Live's new Your Sunday show with Heather du Plessis-Allan: Harold and Heather discuss the difference between Americans and Kiwis approach and talk about their career goals and promoting themselves.
On this episode, Dr. Harold Hillman talks about one person’s fear of saying no to their manager.
The key points Harold makes in this video include: 1. Is saying ‘no’ a bigger issue? 2. You have to re-calibrate in any relationship 3. Intervene where you get the best leverage 4. ‘No’ is not always a bad word 5. Don’t burn out your best talent
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In the ongoing war for the best talent, companies are starting to recognise that career management is a two-way proposition. The company definitely will have its views on where you can contribute best. But you will also have some views on what roles will best tap your natural talents or aptitude, or where you believe you can make the biggest impact.
Even if you aren't prepared to take the wheel yet, at least move to the front seat where you have a better vantage on the options that lie ahead for you.
On this episode, Harold talks about one person’s challenge on how to disrupt the status quo at work, without damaging co-worker relationships.
The key points Harold makes include: 1. Don’t call yourself a change agent (2.43) 2. Show some appreciation for what you’re joining (3.04) 3. Test what you are learning with some key people (3.40) 4. Build your change program with the team (4.11) 5. Be authentic (4.40)
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Proud to announce IMPART, I.1 - How to be more persuasive at work.
Aristotle taught that you have to have a good blend of logos, pathos and ethos in order to persuade people to see things your way. Nearly 24 centuries later, his three ‘proofs’ still hold true in today’s business environment.
On this episode, Harold talks about one person’s challenge to lead a major change program at work.
NOTE: Please excuse the sound, we had audio issues while recording. Next week, everything is back on track.
The key points Harold makes include: 1. Know what your starting point is (02:31) 2. Make sure there is creative tension (03:08) 3. Formulate a plan, then build your coalition (03:51) 4. Take on board the best suggestions (04:23) 5. Execute – quickly, decisively, with integrity (04:53) 6. Make the changes real (05:33)
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