Psychometric testing is critical to the recruitment process, however, OCG Senior Consultant Psychologist, Amanda Hamilton, discusses how its use as an effective development tool is key when the candidate isn’t a ‘perfect fit’ for the role.
Deciding on the next step to take in your career can be a challenging task. By taking a deeper look into what drives you and analysing your strengths, motivators and needs, you'll be better equipped to identify the ideal career option for you. OCG’s Stefanie Pollard discusses, here.
In today’s fast-paced world, change is a given and most of us will experience a career change at some point in our lives. OCG’s Amanda Hamilton discusses the challenges involved with a career transition, and how you can cope with change, here.
With the tech arena in a period of transition, significant change is coming to the world of work as we know it. OCG Group General Manager, Greg McAllister, shares some of the key findings from our recent whitepaper, here.
Although a lot of people tend to shy away from participating in 360-Degree feedback, it’s actually a great way to gain insight into one’s professional development. OCG’s Eloise Gantuangco discusses her experience with the process, here.
Returning to work and juggling multiple responsibilities is an adjustment for most people, but with the right approach it can be manageable and fulfilling. OCG’s Brittanie Crane discusses what she’s learnt and how she’s made it work effectively, here.
With the emergence of Gen Z in the workforce, we’re likely to see a number of changes within an environment that is quickly shifting to digital. OCG Consulting Recruitment Consultant, Ana Dragulescu, discusses some of their differences, and how they’ll affect the workplace, here.
The environment and the future of our planet is all well-publicised, but are we doing enough? OCG Recruitment Manager, Clare O’Sullivan, discusses the quick and easy changes you personally can make today, that will have a positive impact on tomorrow.
Everyone knows that first impressions matter, but did you know that they start from the moment you set foot in the door? OCG’s Gillian Struthers explains how to put your best foot forward, here.
Deliberate practice, the theory that skills can be mastered by breaking things down into key components, is conducted with the goal of improving performance. Inspired by Morten Hansen’s book, Great at Work, OCG Consulting Senior Consultant, James Brodey, discusses the theory, and how it can be translated to the workplace, here.