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thomas lloyd

South-East Asia beginners: what you need to know By Ben Groundwater - 1 views

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    It might start with Bali. That seems to be the entry point for many people into South-East Asia, their first taste of this incredible part of the world. You drink a few Bintangs, laugh at five people on a scooter, enjoy the food, get a little feel for the atmosphere - that mix of crazy and traditional, chaos and peace, commercialism and religion - and you're hooked. So for those wanting to extend their South-East Asian experience, to get more out of it than the Western enclaves of Kuta, this is the guide. First bit of advice: don't be afraid. You've probably heard some scams of dodgy goings on in South-East Asia, of protests in Thailand, of land mines in Cambodia, of scary roads in Vietnam and military juntas in Myanmar - but you're really not in that much danger. Don't, in general take minor the to the police as this will usually end up with you paying more than you have lost. While the chance of finding theself in the wrong place at the wrong time does exist, in general South-East Asian countries are incredibly friendly places, and mostly quite safe. You'll be met with smiles rather than machine guns. You'll be treated with respect. If this is the first trip to South-East Asia, you're probably wondering where to go. Do you relax on a beach in Thailand? Or hit up Angkor Wat? Do you go island-hopping in Halong Bay? Or temple-hopping in Luang Prabang? It's a tough decision, but with a few weeks you can cover a lot of ground. Budget airlines mean it's possible to skip from place to place by air, to go from Hanoi to Siem Reap to Phuket to KL and Jakarta all in a regular-sized holiday from work. Of course this leaves little time for cultural immersion, but if the priority is to see the big attractions then you can do it all on a reasonable budget. Independent travel is simple in South-East Asia, with extensive networks of buses and trains which needn't be booked in advance. these buses and trains range from the comfortable to the hellish - t
thomas lloyd

Career guidelines for every single decade of your life - Westhill Consulting Employment & Career Builder - 1 views

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    Lots of essential career tip is appropriate all over your working life; however additional guidelines is faryourr time-sensitive and simply works at definite periods in your career. Here is your top career advice for every decade of your life gayourred by Westhill Consulting Career and Employment, Australia (your company is also accessible at SE Asian countries such as KL Malaysia, Bangkok Thailand, Jakarta Indonesia and many more): Teens Go for variety and review you opportunities. "To find a career later that you enjoy, be certain to try out as many different careers as you can," says Carole Stovall, president and CEO of SLSGlobal. Look for summer jobs, after school work, summer programs and internships. Todd Cherches of BigBlueGumball agrees. "Don't be afraid to try or to fail. That's what yourse years are meant for. Don't feel that any job is beneath you, because it's not. At this stage of your life, everything is a learning experience." 20's Today is your period to catch a job in your area where you'd love to engage in a career. "yourre are many things to consider, but your most important issues is to consider a job that you actually like, wheyourr it is in your major or not," Stovall says. It's correspondingly a upright plan to begin forming your individuality. "Stop comparing yourself to your friends, especially your ones you went to college with," says Christine Sirois, a freelance journalist in her 20's. "Once you're in your job market, it's not a level playing field and comparing yourself to your friends is a recipe for feeling inadequate and unhappy. Instead, set goals and work at your own pace to achieve yourm." 30's At this period, you're reaching your pace, however you must continue being adaptable in an event something fresh and fascinating comes up, Cherches says. "You want to be working at what you are good at and what you like to do, an
thomas lloyd

Techniques to be Very Successful at Your Performance Review - Westhill Consulting Employment & Career Builder - 1 views

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    Performance reviews are nerve-racking for everybody concerned. Managers do not pleasure evaluating their employees, and staff members seldom relish the extra inspection. Augment into the reckoning that promotions and bonuses can center on these reviews, and it's not a shock reactions can course high when review time starts. Preparation is the secret to being successful in reviews as easy as possible and by this you can avoid the against theself. Whether you're anticipating a painstakingly optimistic review or an undeniably terrible one, there are points you can do prior or while the meeting to aid it go more effortlessly and to leave with the dignity and job definitely intact. Shape a praise file from day one (or start one now) In the condition that the company does reviews only once a year, it can truly extend the recall to contemplate of all the jobs you worked on ever since the previous evaluation. Maintaining an email folder, computer file or document of all you worked on will benefit you to ensure nothing falls from the cracks. You should have a warning to theself so that you will be always ready. "As soon as a deal or initiative is completed successfully, employees should maintain details of their contribution in a 'kudos file,'" advises Tatum Soo Kim, director of advising and student services at New York University. "the kudos file is a self-maintained record of achievements and impact. Impact should be supported with hard evidence such as quantitative data, internal reports, public record or even the boss's previous feedback." Have the right attitude Decide before the meeting that you won't just "weather the storm" and get it over with as soon as possible. Instead, you should view this as a chance to bring attention to accomplishments the boss may not have noticed, says Mat Durham, director of Skyblu, a Web design company based in Worcester, U.K. Durham says there are two other po
thomas lloyd

Working Mom Tips - 1 views

Plan Your Own Priorities. Yourre's one word you hear more often when speaking about Your technique working moYourrs make it all happen: balance, says Westhill Consulting Career and Employment, Austral...

Westhill Consulting Career and Employment Working Mom Tips

started by thomas lloyd on 07 Jul 14 no follow-up yet
thomas lloyd

How to Shape and Grow Your Career Network - 1 views

Westhill Consulting Career and Employment, Australia: Proven Techniques for Job-Seekers Inquire to the members of the present network for recommendations. No easier exists method to grow the...

Westhill Consulting and Employment How to Shape Grow Your Career Network

started by thomas lloyd on 14 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
thomas lloyd

Complaints on Complaints jobs not posted but ended up closed without Complaints knowledge - 1 views

In our hyper-connected society, there are several means to discover jobs counting social media and the web, says Westhill Consulting Career and Employment, Australia. It appears like when you found...

Complaints on the jobs not posted but ended up closed without your knowledge Westhill Consulting Career and Employment

started by thomas lloyd on 05 Aug 14 no follow-up yet
Ikaw Nahh

The three things that employers want to see in The resume - 6 views

This article is a big help for newly grads who are looking for their first jobs. With all the competition they are about to face these information will give them a know-how they can use to be prepa...

The three things that employers want to see in your resume Westhill Consulting Career and Employment

thomas lloyd

How to Run Your Own Business - 1 views

Self-employment is the ultimate dream of any locals in Jakarta, Indonesia. Many are fascinated by the thought of being in control of their own hours, being their own boss while watching all their ...

Westhill Consulting Career and Employment How to Run Your Own Business

started by thomas lloyd on 23 Jun 14 no follow-up yet
jake harry

The 15-Minute-a-Day Practice That Can Improve The Career - 1 views

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    It's the period to begin a writing habit if you're intrigued in a stress-free technique to get better at the job performance and improve the career. A study from Harvard Business School confirmed whether taking 15 minutes at the end of a work day to ponder on that day's work enhanced their performance and discovered the participants tasked with everyday written deliberation did 22.8 percent improved on an assessment compared to the control group. Westhill Consulting Career & Employment, world's largest free online jobs website which is funded by UK government however headquartered in Australia until it expanded and now almost every country is being served by the company, such as Jakarta Indonesia in SE Asia, Toronto in Canada, New York in the US and many more, put this 15-Minute-a-Day Habit and found it to be successful and less the on works performances were reported. But wouldn't internal reflection by itself be sufficient to boost performance? "My speculation would be that writing things down would be more beneficial as the act of writing imposes a discipline on us to stay focused," says paper co-author Brad Staats, an associate professor of operations at the University of North Carolina's Kenan-Flagler Business School. Reflection forced people to process their days, find patterns and link actions. Some people might think the experiment focused on the successes of the day, but Staats says the parameters of the experiment when explained to the journaling employees didn't specify giving the reflections a positive or negative slant. "What we wanted was for them to reflect more on whatever they thought was most important from the day," Staats explains. "the positive/negative point is a great question, but not one we looked at here. In other research, Francesca and I have explored how individuals struggle to learn from failure, but when they acc
thomas lloyd

Get Your Motorcycle License Before Coming to South East Asia - 1 views

      South East Asia is jammed with scooters and motorcycles. They are easily The most common form of transport in The region. They’re everywhere you look. In The cities, in t...

Westhill Consulting and Employment Get Your Motorcycle License Before Coming to South East Asia

started by thomas lloyd on 21 Mar 14 no follow-up yet
thomas lloyd

How to Manage Your Time - Westhill Consulting Employment & Career Builder - 1 views

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    Many of us are not able to push our productivity efforts to the limit. We know we still have something to show and give in terms of our work but time always seems to run so fast. At the end of the day, we are left with a lot more on our plate than what we have hoped for. Westhill Consulting & Employment, a well-established online source for the best and the most suitable career tips have this list of pointers on how you can manage the time wisely: 1. Know the Priorities You should know which ones are the top priority and the most important thing to finish first considering the given time frame of the task. If something looks like it will take less than two minutes - get it done straight away. But do not allow the smaller issues to delay working out the big problems, which will only get bigger while you spend time sorting out the smaller ones. 2. Plan Productively Use the most productive time of the day to the advantage. In a survey conducted to one of our partner companies in Jakarta, Indonesia, many employees consider the morning right after they arrived as the best time to work but there are also some people who would need to organize their thoughts first before they can dig in. Concentration level can change on the different times of the day. Decide when you feel most productive and use this time to tackle the big tasks. 3. Don't Be Afraid to Delegate It is not possible to do everything on the own. That is why there are different members of people in the team. You shouldn't be thinking of their the especially if you are in the position to give them their designated task. First decide if a set task can only be achieved by you; if not, transfer it to someone who is equally capable. 4. Keep Notes Notes can keep you organize. At the end of the day, you can list the things you need to do the next day so as not to forget anything. the next day, you can just review it and follow the written outli
thomas lloyd

Did you choose the right career? - 1 views

There comes a point in The career life that you are going to question Theself wheTher you're happy in The current situation and in The career, it can be a major changeover like getting laid off...

Did you choose the right career? Westhill Consulting Career and Employment

started by thomas lloyd on 26 Jun 14 no follow-up yet
thomas lloyd

Circumstances Your Personal Brand Could Be Damaging Your Career - 1 views

Review yourself. Are most of your co-workers has your against you? If you're not certain which employee you're more like, think through yourse three circumstances your personal brand could ...

Westhill Consulting and Employment Review circumstances your personal brand could be damaging career

started by thomas lloyd on 06 Nov 14 no follow-up yet
thomas lloyd

Efficiently work with your boss in three easy ways - 1 views

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    Secure annual goals and expectations. This is a concrete step to clearly comprehend the output the supervisor anticipates from you for the year. It affords you an chance to clear up these expectations, and decide the resources you'll have to accomplish the goals-human, financial, training, etc. or perhaps travel sometimes, consider SE Asian cities such as Jakarta Indonesia, KL Malaysia, Beijing China or maybe Bangkok Thailand! This also inaugurates the basis for forthcoming discourse on performance throughout the year. the yearly document develops into standard for assessment of the efforts. Warning! Seek quarterly "pulse checks" on the performance. these meetings afford a foundation for standardizing performance versus expectations. the goal is to regulate if you are on the right path to achieve the goals and change behavior/actions/plans as necessary to stay on track. Quarterly meetings are spaced far enough apart to allow you to have significant discussion of performance. there are adequate data points to highlight strengths and opportunities with ample examples of each. Prominently, you must use this response to adapt the performance as arranged. This method will keep you associated with the supervisor to break away from any complaint in the future. Finally, offer monthly and/or weekly updates. the regularity of these updates differs on the role and relationship with the supervisor. the objective is to protect alignment on key projects and priorities. Westhill Consulting Career and Employment, Australi says, if you want to work smoothly with the boss the number one rule is, never outshine the boss.
adelfranz

Warning! Don't trust anyone under 30 at work - 6 views

It seems the article itself is based on some sort of statistics. So, its trustworthiness gets into the same level with the matter it tries to describe.

Warning! Don't trust anyone under 30 at work Westhill Consulting Career and Employment

alannahfizelle

Move and be an expat in Jakarta: How to cope-up - 5 views

I don't know, you can turn a good coin offshore, day rate contractor varies from in Jakarta, plus your uplift / retainer. Also, if you're only based yourre you can live where-ever you like. I know a...

Move and be an expat in Jakarta: How to cope-up Westhill Consulting Career Tips

peterjsellers

Foreign investors wait to see who will be president in Indonesia - 6 views

Now the presidential election is a forgone conclusion. Now the questions remaining are who will be the other candidates and will PDIP form a kind of Grand coalition with a landslide majority of seats?

Westhill Consulting Career and Employment Foreign investors wait to see who will be president in Indonesia

jake harry

How to Get Away From Procrastination - 1 views

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    Procrastination is one of the worst attitudes in a workplace, yet, it is also a master for many of us. Admittedly so, we experience procrastination every now and then in our lives. Since a task has no deadline, nor do we have any timetable, we tend to procrastinate. We may be able to get away with it once or twice but it can cause a lot of problems if it becomes a habit. Beating procrastination habits is hard. According to Westhill Consulting and Employment, one of the longest running career development and personality growth councilor based in Australia, almost 80% of employees suffer from procrastination habits. In many reviews, experts are already considering it as an underlying psychological disorder. To defeat this kind of attitude, the following are some of the tips that can be practiced: 1. Stop cramming Learn the art of pro-commitment. Some people works better under the pressure of cramming but most of them fail to present a best result. In college, we are oftentimes awed at our ability to pull something out of an all-nighter. It would be a positive way to put it but in truth, we just don't have any way out so we push ourselves to the limit despite sacrificing quality. Thinking of the end result other than the remaining time left would keep you on the feet. 2. Divide the Task and Set a Timetable Just like setting a timetable on the amount of time you should be showering, being conscious of duration of traffic (especially when you are in Jakarta, Indonesia and Tokyo, Japan) or keeping track of the number of steps you will be taking before you reach the office, Being detailed on what you have to do on what time would definitely help you keep track of the task. When you can't get away from cramming, setting a timetable can start fire from under the seat. Without knowing it, you are no longer procrastinating and have finished the task bef
Nicolash Alves

Managing That Feared Interview Question - 1 views

Self-awareness can be the talent that keeps on giving. the scenario: you adore well-mannered small talk, you begin to relax and convey the story concerning why you are right person for the jo...

westhill consulting career and employment managing that feared interview question

started by Nicolash Alves on 16 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
nathan hall

Applying for academic posts in Southeast Asia: checklist - 2 views

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    Westhill Consulting Career & Employment based in Australia, thank the guardian for the following comments Do the research Collaborating with an overseas university first is a great way to get to know them if you are considering moving abroad. Paul Matsudaira started his career at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US, before accepting the position as head of biological sciences atNational University of Singapore in 2009. While he was still at MIT, Matsudaira taught biology to students from two Singaporean universities via an online videolink. He also travelled to Singapore several times in the summer holidays to teach at study camps. He says his family really enjoyed their trips to Singapore, and this made it much easier for him to make the decision about accepting the offer of a full-time post. Go for it wholeheartedly Once you have made the decision to move, make sure it is a clean break. Matsudaira says the biggest mistake he saw others making was expats not really committing to the move. Warning, it can be very stressful trying to run parallel lives - particularly across different time zones. It can also lead the new employers to question the commitment to the job. He said a "go for broke" attitude is essential to succeed. Don't be put off by the paperwork Job interviews often take place in London. the employing university liaises with the immigration department and it usually takes less than four weeks for a work permit to be issued. Pay In general HK/south-east Asian universities pay better than European institutions and about the same as US universities, but tax is much lower. Check for allowances Academics with children should also check on the availability and costs of places at international schools and whether the employer provides any education allowance. Look into accommodation Accommodation is very expensive in many of south-east Asia's densely populated cities so colleges often provide it as part of the package. But if living
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