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How to stand for someone who’s being mistreated at work

How to stand for someone who’s being mistreated at work

Have you ever had to stop workplace bullying or speak up to inappropriate gestures at work? How did you handle it? Here are ways to help someone who’s being mistreated at work: 👩🏽‍🤝‍👩🏾TAKE RESPONSIBILITY  Assume responsibility for not only your own health and wellbeing but also that of other people you work with. Care when someone is being mistreated and make it your responsibility to take a stand. 🗣 SPEAK UP Let people know how their behaviour impacts other people. As tempting as it may be, staying silent is never a good choice when the wellbeing of people is being undermined. It can take a great deal of courage, but it’s critical that you find the strength to voice your…
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6 Lessons from My First Paid Online Class (For Trainers, Course Creators & Creatives)

6 Lessons from My First Paid Online Class (For Trainers, Course Creators & Creatives)

I have held multiple free classes and this past weekend, I held the first paid online class as The Skillup School (a community where I share resources to help professionals succeed at work). Here are six lessons from my experience: Partnerships are great - I had planned on hosting the first paid class on my own but soon changed my mind and partnered with Tope Babaoye (my friend who taught on how to successfully switch careers). Every time I felt discouraged about something, I could draw from Tope's strength. She shared the flyers often, used storytelling to push to her audience and that reminded me not to slack as well. After the class, Tope sent this to me and it made…
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Info To Leave Out Of Your CV For Better Results

Info To Leave Out Of Your CV For Better Results

Marital status Local Govt Area (wetin concern conductor with overload?) Your exact home address  Full details <phone number, full name, house/office address> of your referees (don’t get them kidnapped!) You might have heard that “less is more”, and it’s true even here. Stick to the important stuff, highlight your skills and competences in a way that it’s super easy to read. Always remember - “I need to get attention in the shortest time possible.” 📢📢📢 Need help with your CV? Send me an email - theskillupschool@gmail.com. Let’s create exciting things together! 🥳  
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Resilience and Other Powerful Qualities For Career Success

Resilience and Other Powerful Qualities For Career Success

I woke up discouraged and felt like I didn’t have enough in me to take on the world or to teach the weekly class on The SkillUp School. The irony - I knew since yesterday that I’ll teach on resilience today... RESILIENCE: - the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness. - the ability of a substance or object to spring back into shape; elasticity. I even considered moving the class to tomorrow, not because I was going to be occupied with something else, but because of how I felt. Let me just state this here: as professionals who are different, you’re going to have to learn the art of delivering even when you don’t feel like it. If you’re young,…
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The Skills Companies Need Most in 2020

The Skills Companies Need Most in 2020

Hard skills get you the job. Soft skills get you retained and move you up the career ladder. - TundeTash According to a research by LinkedIn, here are five soft skills companies need most in 2020. 1. Creativity - the use of imagination or original ideas to create something; inventiveness. 2. Persuasion - provide a sound reason for (someone) to do something. 3. Collaboration - the action of working with someone to produce something. 4. Adaptability - the quality of being able to adjust to new conditions. 5. Emotional Intelligence - the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one's emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically. My favs are currently Emotional Intelligence, Creativity and Collaboration.
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