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Mark Eyre Wednesday, December 14, 2011 - 16:25 Articles

Leaders who describe themselves as "authentic" are like sentences that start with, "To be honest" or "The truth be told." More often than not, they're warning signs of lies to come. Whenever big cheeses proclaim "authentic leadership" as their effective guiding principle, chances are they're not so authentic, and they may not be effective or principled either.

Mark Eyre Wednesday, December 14, 2011 - 16:10 News

Are you approaching 2012, wondering how you can empower yourself in your life?  If so, Martin's story will show you the nine steps to ethical power.  These are key to living your own life to the full, and helping others live theirs.

Mark Eyre Tuesday, November 22, 2011 - 12:05 News

2011 has been a difficult year for the job market, and there is little doubt that 2012 will at best be more of the same. Unless your CV is in the top 10-20%, you have little chance of getting an interview. If ever CV makeovers were needed, it is now.

Mark Eyre Monday, November 21, 2011 - 13:03 News

Getting interview feedback from employers is well nigh impossible nowadays.  A combination of lack of time, and fear of litigation means that it's almost impossible for a job searcher to get any meaningful feedback on their interview performance.  This is not good news, given the current competitiveness of the job market.

Mark Eyre Wednesday, November 16, 2011 - 16:26 Articles

Mark Eyre Wednesday, November 16, 2011 - 16:21 Articles

It is easy to associate with like minded people. Would you agree? The challenge comes when you find yourself associating with people who are of like minded. People do influence how we feel, some people bring us energy the "CheerLeaders in life" others drain it the "Vampires".

Mark Eyre Wednesday, November 16, 2011 - 16:07 News

Are you approaching 2012, wondering how you can empower yourself in your life?  If so, Martin's story will show you the nine steps to ethical power.  These are key to living your own life to the full, and helping others live theirs.

Mark Eyre Tuesday, October 11, 2011 - 19:05 News

Do you get that Monday feeling? Have you been made redundant or are you looking for career change? Do you dread going to networking meetings and interviews? If so, my latest coaching package could be for you.

Mark Eyre Tuesday, October 11, 2011 - 16:08 Articles

Pablo Picasso, was once asked by a journalist "what does it feel like to be Picasso, master of the arts?"

Picasso slowly reached into his pocket and pulled out a dollar bill.

He took a pen in his hand and signed the dollar bill before handing it to the journalist.

The famous painter then remarked "that dollar bill is now worth $500.. that is what it feels like to be Picasso!"

Mark Eyre Thursday, October 6, 2011 - 21:07 Articles

It isn't often that I write a tribute to someone who has died, but I found that I was affected by the sad death of Steve Jobs.  Death sometimes has that impact on me, particularly if it was someone I saw as brilliant.  Michael Jackson was the last occasion where this happened.

But it is strangely different with Steve Jobs.  For a start, I managed to avoid the Apple empire almost entirely.  I don't have an iPad, Pod or Phone.  I sit in the Microsoft, MP3 player, Android camp.  So why the impact of his death on me?

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