Cleverness at Work
A successful career or business is not a result of chance.
Research, development, cooperation, collaboration, testing, application, review, research... It is a never ending cycle and those who stop are soon left behind as other companies with improved, skills, products and services, quickly surpass them.
It does not matter whether it is a multi-national company, or an individual employee, new knowledge and adaptability are both key to a successful business life.
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Cleverness at Work Articles
The Internet is full of advice, good and bad, on how to ensure a successful job interview, but advice online can get to be too much. Trying to take it […]
Breaking the multi-tasking myth and being super efficient. Men are not good at multi-tasking, or even, men cannot multi-task at all! There has been much debate about this over the […]
Your First Day It may be your first day at a new school; starting a new job; working with a new team or joining a new club, the nervousness and […]
How to be a good leader? The business world is awash with articles on what makes a good leader so we thought that we would stop all the theorizing and get […]
Being Creating is good for you. Were you ever told, “It’s not done like that”, “Don’t be silly”, “Don’t do it that way”, “Stop day-dreaming”, “Don’t let your imagination run […]
By Richard a professional recruitment consultant and Clever Contributor 2016. A good CV is part of any job search – It is important to point out here the word part of a […]
The saying goes that ‘curiosity killed the cat’ but in these modern days curiosity and careful questioning is needed to peel back layers of sensationalism and hype to get to […]
2016 Clever Contributor Damiao Lo is a business, leadership and IT coach who has spent many years working in Asia with multinational companies. Damiao has also developed and taught on Executive Training […]
I want to be clever! When you say “I want” you are thinking about something you DON’T have. For example: “I want more money (because you don’t have enough); “I […]