Paul Slezak

Paul Slezak is a proven human capital leader, rainmaker, entrepreneur and highly experienced facilitator. He is passionate about identifying and winning business opportunities on a local, national and international level.

7 transferable soft skills employers are looking for

In today’s rapidly evolving work environment, it’s essential to build up transferable soft skills to future-proof your career. Collaboration, communication, change management, leadership, problem-solving, strategic thinking, and forward thinking are seven transferable skills that will make you more employable and prepared for any challenge.

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Leadership coaching: Almost almost anywhere. Almost almost any time.*

Remote coaching can be a very effective way for leaders to develop their skills and achieve their personal goals. By providing flexibility, convenience, access to top coaches, and valuable data tracking and analysis, virtual coaching can be a compelling alternative to face-to-face coaching.

What is the role of a leader when it comes to workforce planning?

What does ‘strategic workforce planning’ really mean for you as a leader? How do you align your organisation’s business objectives with the goals and aspirations of your employees? If workforce optimisation is the missing piece to your organisation’s success, check out our latest hellomonday post outlining the role of a leader when it comes to workforce planning and manpower optimisation.

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How to deal with team conflict as a leader

Effective team management requires balancing skills, abilities, personalities and roles, and resolving conflicts in a timely manner. Astrology has no place in recruitment or conflict resolution.

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A quick time management and productivity refresher for leaders

Leaders often spend their days in a flurry of activity but achieve very little because they do not focus on the most critical tasks. Leaders should shift their focus to results, learn to say ‘no,’ be proactive, and focus on the time management matrix to avoid creating a “phantom workload.”