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Procurious 17h
In a difficult category? Top tip #1: Research the market by benchmarking the pricing of services to establish the competitiveness of current suppliers
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Procurious 17h
Some people consistently approach life’s challenges with a growth mindset. They are on a journey of continuous improvement & as a result, are more likely to achieve their goals. Here's how you hire them!
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Procurious Apr 22
For the majority of us, it’s rare that we contribute meaningfully to our networks
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Procurious Apr 20
My week on Twitter 🎉: 86 Mentions, 314K Mention Reach, 62 Likes, 40 Retweets, 147K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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Procurious Apr 19
"I’m bringing my years of experience and passion for and sustainability to life by providing a global platform, Procurious, for people to share their learnings and experiences with each other"
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Procurious Apr 19
If your plan for career progression begins and ends with waiting for your boss to retire or die in harness, then yes, the ageing workforce is going to be a bit of a problem for you
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Procurious Apr 18
Contrary to some predictions in the last decade about the demise and imminent death of category management in , it is alive and well, but evolving
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Procurious Apr 18
Once you know what to look for, hiring people with a growth mindset isn't necessarily difficult. Here's how it's done -
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Procurious Apr 18
In the age of big data, “vanity metrics” are a plague that affect every profession. Anyone who has a website will know that page views & “likes” make you feel good, but are very difficult to link with key business drivers...
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Procurious Apr 18
Every professional has a special bag of tricks when negotiating– let’s see if you recognise these seven tips from experts in the field…
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Procurious Apr 18
7 negotiation tricks professionals must know
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Procurious Apr 18
With the vision, drive & persistence within your corporate finance team, you'll be able to define a quantifiable $ value on your sustainability initiative. Here’s 4 ideas for KPIs to get the thought processes flowing -
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Procurious Apr 18
Almost 50% of employees under thirty agree with the proposition that older members of staff should retire so that younger workers can have a genuine chance of promotion
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Procurious Apr 17
Is category management still a career choice?
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Procurious Apr 17
Hiring people with a growth mindset means that, instead of hiring fixed talent, you are hiring people who will become more and more talented over time -
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Procurious Apr 17
You may have thousands of contacts in your professional network, but how many of them are you actually influencing?
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Procurious Apr 17
How your sustainability project is going to help your company achieve its Sustainable Development Goals is the first and most obvious link you need to make with your C-level and your project -
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Procurious Apr 17
The battle of “human vs. machine” is raging in Hollywood and, increasingly, in the workplace. What does the future hold for ?
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Procurious Apr 17
Perhaps unsurprisingly, younger workers are worried that the presence of older workers makes it more difficult for them to get a job and to progress if they do get one
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Procurious Apr 16
Rather than labeling people as smart or not, musical or not, good at maths or not, talented or not, and so on, Carol Dweck, a Stanford psychology professor, argues that with effort we can learn how to improve in every area -
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