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August 20 2014


Secrets of Outstanding Conversationalists

Axis Human Capital Limited, a group of companies based in Ghana Africa, reveals the secret of excellent conversationalists. The company also serves SE Asian countries such as KL Malaysia, Bangkok Thailand, Jakarta Indonesia and many more.

Show a real interest to avoid misrepresentation.

Give him or her full attention when you speak to someone, especially in a busy or loud environment. Ask to move to a quieter area if you find yourself distracted or can't hear them well.

Practice empathetic listening. Put yourself in his or her shoes and attempt to see the situation over his or her eyes. Inquire questions and inspire the other person to intricate. Try sharing a personal story about a time when you felt alike even if you haven't experienced the same situation.

Use the magic words: "Tell me."

Many will treasure the chance to share their stories and experiences. To begin a conversation, use the two most powerful words in conversation: "Tell me." Successful conversationalists shun questions that may be answered with a simple yes or no. Ask open-ended questions and then listen. When you choose a topic of conversation that establishes interest in the other person, the conversation will flow more smoothly.

Say the other person's name.

Dale Carnegie once said, "A person's name is to that person, the sweetest, most important sound in any language." Any business acquaintance will be pleased and awestruck if you remember his or her name. If you have trouble remembering names, set out to practice as often as possible.

When you meet someone for the first time, say the person's name instantly. Respond with something like, "It's a pleasure to meet you, Ivan." Then use their name a couple of times during your conversation. When the conversation ends, say their name one last time: "I really enjoyed meeting you, John."

Agree heartily; disagree softly.

When someone approves with you, it forms an instant bond. Abruptly, you both have something in common. Nevertheless, the strongest professional relationships exhibit mutual respect and admiration, even in disagreements. Broadmindedness and respect for others, particularly when they disagree with you, is vital to successful networking and you will not look like a bluff.

Warning! Talk less; listen more.

When someone talks to you, listen with your entire body. Nod, make eye contact, and be fully engaged in what they have to say. Concentrating on listening will build trust and help you start a professional relationship. When given the chance, ask relevant questions, which will help prove your genuine interest.

Don't interrupt or change the subject.

Many self-assured professionals finish others' sentences out of habit. If you jump in and interrupt someone's sentence, you stop him or her from completely expressing his or her thoughts. Although your intentions may be good, the other person may notice you to be a know-it-all or in a hurry. Or worse, the person may consider you are trying to put words in his mouth.

For more information: http://www.axishcl.com/

June 18 2014


Axis Human Capital Group Recruitment Advisory Jakarta – Recruitment

We believe in the use of creative and innovative ways of attracting and selecting new members of organizations, and so we operate differently from the norm.

Our recruiting - advertising, selection, orientation etc. looks for people who have passion, potential and experience. We move beyond jobs to focus on careers. We also move radically towards hiring people from more non-traditional and diverse backgrounds. This gives much room for innovation and fresh ideas in ways that will make the organization dynamic and adaptable to change.

Below are the procedures for the Jobseeker and the Employer.


To Join Our Network

1.     Take a look at our career building guidelines for writing a great CV, and use it to revise your CV

2.     Register with our Axis Online Network

3.     Fill out the information form as completely as possible

4.     If you would want to be included in our Database as a "Temp" (a person who is thoroughly assessed and is willing to take up short term/temporary positions in companies), kindly indicate that when you fill out the online registration form

5.     Upload your CV (Your CV must be in a .doc, or .docx format & must not exceed 100K)

6.     Visit the site often for relevant and helpful information

For more details on our recruitment processes, including interviews, please register/login.


Regardless of whether you currently have vacancies or not, we invite you to join our Axis Network, by registering online. We are committed to assisting organizations to find the best matches for their organizations, and we also help to develop the capacity of their employees to excel and become valuable contributors to achieving your mission and vision.

Axis has recruited competent employees for organizations across industries that include Law, Health, Education, Financial Services, IT, Non-Profit, Media and Manufacturing. Our clients have been pleased with our placements, since we honor our word; that we recruit people who are not only competent, but have a genuine interest in the industry they will be working in.

We would like to take on the challenge of helping your organization to become competitive in its industry, and to also become a part of its success story.

Below is an outline of our recruitment process...

Initial contact, preliminary assessment

1.     Request received from client in writing (email is acceptable)

2.     Axis sends the service policy, answers questions etc...

3.     Axis makes inquiries about position - job description, start date, salary etc.

Job Advertising on Axis and external sites

1.     Axis Selection Process

2.     Search through Axis database

3.     CV sorting - set selection criteria for role/function

4.     Telephone screening

5.     Interviews - in-house Round 1 interviews

a)     Candidates may be asked to submit work samples, take on-site tests, engage in various selection activities depending on the position in question

Client selection

1.     Shortlisted candidates are sent to clients (we do the scheduling)

2.     We also send our interview notes (to be read AFTER clients interview candidates)

3.     We may or may not join the client for interviews (depending on client's preference)

Final Selection

1.     After interviews, we follow up with clients and candidates

2.     Clients provide contract information for new hires - start date, salary etc...

3.     We generate an invoice and send it to the client along with service report

Follow Up

1.     Follow up and feedback forms will be sent to clients

For more details on our recruitment process, including fees, please register/login.

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