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Back to Basics
The Search for a better 2013 Starts in You
Validate a Good First Impression
When Things Go Wrong
Online Presence – Your Indispensable Business Booster
Liberate yourself from the many stresses of everyday life
Waiting for a Promotion
Living the Brand
The Long Wait Before the Interview
Why Philippines Continue to Lose IT Talents to Singapore and Other Countries
Solving Conflicts at Work
Staying Motivated at Work Despite Rejections
Why Prioritize Urgent Matters over Important Ones
Which Executive Search Provider Do You Choose?
Job Interview Is Over – What Next?
Make Each Day Count
The Interview -- The Moment of Truth
What Not To Do When Developing a Resume
A Pleasant Surprise
KSearch “Profits” from Employees’ Diverse Backgrounds
KSearch CEO’s Remarks to AmCham’s BOP Participants
Say No to Facebook and Twitter
Nail That Interview and Win a Career!
Facing the Challenge of being a Working Mom
The VP Talks about Her Career Boost in KSearch
Winning Targets
Interview with the Consulting Director
My First Five-Year Journey with KSearch
No Substitute to Communicating and Listening Effectively
How to Succeed in Your First Job
The HR Head -- The CEO’s “Life Support”
You’ve Earned Your College Degree -- Now What?
“PEOPLE – OUR SO-CALLED MOST IMPORTANT ASSET”
The CIO – How Critical is His Role?
Is Change In Our Country Realizable At All?
Is It Greed 101 All Over Again?
Man of the Hour: The CFO

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What The KS Newbies Had To Say Post-Orientation

Caryn Ingco (Joined Jan. 28, 2010)

It is definitely very refreshing going back to the basics.  After a year and one month of experience, and therefore not exactly a newbie anymore, I’ve seen the company grow even in that short span of time.

 

This session helps, but it really is what happens in the real day-to-day encounters during candidate search processes and client dealings that truly test our abilities.  No substitute for the real thing, I assure you.  Formal trainings are good, but nothing beats on-the-job experience.

 

I am thankful that I am here, together with my co-SAs, learning so much information because I myself have not been into one such high-level orientation, especially coming from the Managing Director himself.

 

There is so much to learn, to be sure. It pays to be humble and accept that there is no end to the need to keep on learning.  That said, I welcome and look forward to the next learning session.

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