Have a day off from your team

Written by RMI’s MD, Ken Kemp. Have a day off from your team - just don't tell them first! If you have an individual or a team who reports to you, take a day off without announcing it in advance. Simply phone in that morning to tell them. You will then have a truer...

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Raising the bar

Written by RMI’s MD, Ken Kemp. Have you ever tried something or done something that went wrong, where the outcome did not meet your expectations or had a totally different effect from the one you strived for? Good.   How many times do your ideas and new actions fail?...

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Where is the benefit?

Written by RMI’s MD, Ken Kemp. “You” – it is so important to fully understand and utilise this three letter word. I say that while addressing you now.  I’m not in the slightest bit important in this article – you are.  If you don’t gain any benefit from reading this,...

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Time to go it alone as a recruiter

This article was written by RMI’s CEO, Warren Kemp and first appeared in its entirety on .   This article is not about starting your own recruitment agency or recruitment business. In fact, around eighty percent of new start-ups fail in the...

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Getting the best from your team

Written by RMI's MD, Ken Kemp. It’s not easy developing people.   It’s even more difficult if you have to run a desk yourself as well or have other key tasks other than simply managing a team. So what can you do?  The first place to start is put yourself in their...

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How to handle dirty tricks in negotiations

This is based on an article in one of our Recruitment Matters International newsletters which was provided by Huthwaite International. Here is the most commonly used dirty trick. It goes as follows: The other side tells you that they have an alternative supplier or...

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