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Choosing the Right Postgraduate Course

We’ve talked about how postgraduate degrees are a great option for both personal enrichment and professional upgrading. But while a higher degree offers innumerable learning and developmental opportunities for you to grow, you shouldn’t rush to enrol in the first course that you come across. Not all postgraduate degrees are created equal, and what works for others may not necessarily work for you. Postgraduate degrees are often highly specialised affairs that confer knowledge in very specific domains. At the Postgraduate Executive Fair 2015 you’ll want to take time to evaluate your needs, weigh your decision and choose carefully. (Read More Here!)

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Q&A: I've Just Been Promoted to A Managerial Position. What Should I be Aware Of?

Question: I’ve been recently promoted to a managerial position, which is a first for me. What should I be aware of?

Answer: Your hard work, sweat and commitment has finally paid off and you’ve gotten your own corner office (or at least a larger cubicle). But being a manager involves more than just taking charge of your staff and planning and evaluating department activities. The question is: how are you going to adapt? Here are some things you should keep in mind as a new manager. (Read More Here!)

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How to Deal with a Passive-Aggressive Co-Worker

By: Gerald Goh

A passive-aggressive co-worker can be the most infuriating type of colleague you’ll ever encounter and have you tearing out your hair in short order. Passive-aggressive co-workers generally display some form of silent opposition, stubbornness, and/or overall negative attitude on the job, whether it’s for their required job responsibilities or assignments requested of them.

This thorny issue is compounded if the co-worker alternates between passive hostility and genial friendliness, leaving you absolutely bemused as to whether they’re currently blowing hot or cold. No problem right, as long as you give them a wide berth at work?

Wrong. (Read More Here!)

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