Communication

Communication

Explain, understand and implement

How easy is it for you to train others? We have tips on how to explain and how to implement them.
Do you know everything? Each of us has strengths and weaknesses, knowledge and skills in certain areas. No one can know and be able to do everything. This is true in the private sphere as well as at work. But often there are difficulties when you want to communicate your own knowledge to others. What is the reason for this? Imagine you start as a trainee or career changer in the office and have just a basic knowledge of office software. The colleague responsible for your induction is supposed to assign you your first task. "So watch out" (he clicks through various    . . . > > >
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Form of address in the letter of application

In some job advertisements you read "We are looking for you! Can one assume that one may then also address the boss as "Du"? In the language of many countries, no distinction is made between "Du" and "Sie" in the form of address. In Germany, we not only make this distinction orally and in writing, but we also distinguish between upper and lower case in salutations. If we write a personal message, we use the pronoun "Du". The pronoun and all variations (dich, dein, euer.....) are usually written in lower case, but can also be written in upper case.   . . . > > >
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Job search: Strong communication skills desired

You always communicate - whether you want to or not. Does the recipient determine the message? Read more
Many job advertisements mention communication skills and the ability to work in a team as desirable soft skills - what about your communication skills?   . . . > > >
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Feel Good - for well-being in the workplace

Every one of us wants to feel good at work. A Feel-Good Manager can make an extreme contribution to this!
Every one of us wants to feel good in our workplace. A feel-good manager can make an extreme contribution to this! But what is behind this profession and how can the working atmosphere be improved with this support?   . . . > > >
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How important is feedback on the job?

Feedback is important for both sides. You can practise how to give feedback properly.
A feedback is a feedback or also a feedback information. In the course of the last few years, the perception and implementation of feedback is becoming more and more important. If you think of feedback exclusively as verbal expressions such as praise and reprimand, you are mistaken. You can also react to certain things with your body language and thus give (unconscious) feedback. We are always happy to receive feedback from our clients. [Read for yourself](https://initiativbewerbungen.com/kundenfeedbacks/) what feedback we receive from our clients. However, let's stay with the   . . . > > >
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Rhetoric can be learned - your advantage in the job interview

Which language options can you use in a job interview and how should you argue? Convincing others can be learned!
The art of convincing or motivating other people with words is versatile, sometimes difficult, but definitely learnable. Rhetoric can be art, it lives from your creativity and it must have a system. Already in ancient Greece, a speech that was supposed to convince was structured according to a certain scheme.   . . . > > >
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Possible interpretations of the cover letter

"The recipient determines the message!" - this also applies to a limited extent to your speculative application. Find out why in the IPSER blog.
The unsolicited application is on its way to the employer and as soon as you send it, you start thinking about what you might have done wrong. The personnel manager has the documents in his hands in black and white and we no longer have the opportunity to correct any misunderstandings. There are statements, phrases and sentences that offer a certain amount of room for interpretation, we will show you a few examples.   . . . > > >
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Interpretation of job offers - which employees are wanted?

You should be attentive when reading job offers - there is room for interpretation here with some formulations. You should pay attention to this!
"The devil is in the detail" - this insight applies to many a job advertisement. Because some things that you only take note of superficially may have a different meaning than you first perceive. We have the know-how and know what employers want - [feel free to apply on your own initiative with our support.](https://initiativbewerbungen.com/#sehr) Qualifications in a job advertisement Let's start with the qualifications that are specified in the job offer. It is safe to assume that the qualifications that are listed first are also the ones that are   . . . > > >
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Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year IPSER

At Christmas, you should forget everything around you for once and use this precious time to relax and enjoy the holidays!
We wish you a merry Christmas and thank all our customers for the trust they have placed in us! This year, why not give your loved ones and yourself something incredibly valuable that no amount of money can buy? Your time! Throughout the year, we are rushed from appointment to appointment, there is always something to do and many of us are surprised how quickly this year has gone by again! Christmas is the right time to pause for a bit and   . . . > > >
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The employer's reference: What does it really say?

Employees have the right to a qualified reference. What sounds good in the wording does not necessarily have to be really good. Get informed!
A distinction is made between a simple and a qualified reference. The simple reference only contains the key data of the employee, the qualified reference contains a verbal assessment. Every employee can insist on a qualified reference. Employers are required to formulate the references for their departing employees "favourably" so that a bad reference does not hinder the employee's career. The reference must   . . . > > >
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Tips to convince others

It is possible to learn how to persuade others
When we talk about "convincing", we do not mean persuading someone to do something, even though many think that this is the same thing. If someone is persuaded, sooner or later they will (reluctantly) give up their opinion, but they will probably not be convinced of the matter. That is why we would like to convince you how much [success you will have with your unsolicited application](https://initiativbewerbungen.com/about/)! Let's take an example of how you might be persuaded to do something you don't actually want. An insurance policy that you don't have yet. Maybe   . . . > > >
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What do bosses expect from their employees?

Mutual expectations must be clearly formulated - this applies to the management level as well as to all other employees.
We have already discussed several times what employees want for their work and how they imagine the working day. But what do supervisors and company owners want from their employees?   . . . > > >
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Conflict resolution in the workplace

Conflicts and discrepancies in the workplace can usually be solved through mutual understanding and proper communication
"There are no problems - there are only solutions" is a popular phrase when there are difficulties. Sure - that is one approach to sorting out problems. If you don't ask others, but look for a way out yourself, this is often even much more effective than a predetermined solution. Minor or major disagreements in the workplace are normal, much   . . . > > >
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Teambuilding and teamwork

Putting together a team is not as easy as you might think
Imagine the following scenario: Five complete strangers are put in a room and are told, "You are now a team and are to successfully complete a task!" Will this work?   . . . > > >
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9 tips to impress your boss

The career ladder can be steep, the boss determines how fast you get to the top. We show you how to impress your boss!
The path to professional success leads through superiors. You should not act according to the motto "Your boss, the unknown entity", but rather deal with his or her requirements, wishes and characteristics. Are there any tips on how to pave this way and advance your own career? Yes! We have summarised some for you here:   . . . > > >
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Motivation of employees

What are the possibilities for motivation?
When you hear "motivating employees", the first association is that this is a matter for the boss. That's only partly true, because most of the drive to do our work gladly and reliably comes from everyone themselves - but we'll get to that later.   . . . > > >
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Employee wishes

More than money, other things are on workers' wish lists. These include more flexible and shorter working hours.
What if? What if - as an employee - you had three wishes free to optimally organise your working day, your workplace and your job? Of course, there are countless studies that have dealt with these questions. The priority goals of employees   . . . > > >
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No emotions at work?

Communication and emotions on the job
Anyone who shows emotions is vulnerable. That's what many people think and lock away emotions at work. Others would prefer to be friends with the whole company, tell the boss their private problems and are personally highly offended when their work is criticised. Which is the right way? Of course, it can't work if you wear your heart on your sleeve and burst into tears when you   . . . > > >
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Dealing with gifts

Gifts at work
Mr B. is responsible for placing orders in a company. At the moment a new regular supplier for production materials is to be selected and he starts enquiries with various companies about the conditions. Mr B. receives various offers. One offer was accompanied by a voucher for   . . . > > >
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Being formal at work - 5 tips

How do you address colleagues and superiors at work? Do you choose the confidential "you" or do you prefer the more distant "you"?
"You" or "you" - what form should I use to address colleagues (especially if I am new to the company)? Do the same rules apply to dealing with colleagues as to dealing with superiors? Do I have to use the familiar form even if I don't want to?   . . . > > >
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