Tag Archives: Efficacy

How to Speak in Any Meetup

Most people today understand the importance of networking to advance their personal and professional goals. And one of the most practical and effective ways to expand our network is to participate in Meetups. In general, people who go to Meetups … Continue reading

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Choosing your goals for the New Year

What do you feel like doing? What are you afraid to do? These seem like two very different questions: what we want to do and what we are afraid to do. No one needs to push you too hard to … Continue reading

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Public Speaking as an Example of Acquiring Transferable Skills

What is a transferable skill? My personal definition: A transferable skill is one that suits to a wide range of professions, occupations or activities. Thus, transferable skills remain useful and valuable even if you decide to change professions or if … Continue reading

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Coaching Kosher Webinar: Networking vs. Reputation

I was recently invited by the Coaching Kosher platform to share my insights about the importance of Networking versus Reputation for professional development. Below is the video of my presentation (in Spanish) with some interesting insights. I think you will enjoy my … Continue reading

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How a Coaching Course can Improve your Leadership Skills

I’m now a certified coach! But no, I don’t have the intention of working as a coach. My goal was to improve my leadership skills. First of all, I became a better listener. My natural tendency is that I like … Continue reading

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How to be happy with your job?

So, do you want to be happy with your job? I will tell you the secret to become a happy employee: Stop focusing on your own happiness. Instead of trying to be happy, make sure that your boss is happy … Continue reading

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5 Lessons from my Father-in-Law

My father-in-law Michael Scaba was born in Lebanon, grew up in Israel, participated in 3 wars fighting in the front and later became a successful businessman. I had the luck to marry his daughter, and he became one of my … Continue reading

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Job Interview Tip: Preparing for the Interview

How do you prepare for a job interview? Most people would say that we need to imagine which questions they are going to ask us during the interview. Thus, we should be ready to answer these questions. For example, there … Continue reading

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VUCA: Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity

It’s January 2022, we are 2 years after the beginning of the Covid Pandemic, and the feeling is that we are living in a VUCA world: it is characterized by high-levels of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity. “V = Volatility: … Continue reading

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No resignation: Let’s celebrate when people are happy with their jobs

There is a trend on LinkedIn of people posting about their first day on a new job. In general they are very happy and excited, and share a picture of nice shiny objects, which are the gifts they got from … Continue reading

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