Alan Furley: Resolutions are so last year – try listening instead

We react to what others have to say rather than default to what we think is right

I’ve come to regard New Year’s resolutions as something to be feared, as they tend to be based on fantasy – a crossed-fingers way of thinking that generally means you slip right back into your old bad habits.

It’s something the recruitment industry is guilty of, and not just at the New Year. Many recruitment leaders talk about wanting to improve. They claim to be...

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