A good review of Wallace Associates’ motto is in order. It is so simple and straightforward, many easily take it for granted. Offhand, the motto is what Mathematics calls an identity: a mirror image of itself. The value that a company imparts is exactly the same value produced by the recipients. The people we train receive the wealth of knowledge and experience we have labored hard to gain. It is like planting: We sow the good seed in order to reap the same fruit from which that seed came from.
In all kinds of work, nothing is destroyed. We either reproduce ourselves or we develop better versions of ourselves. We only fail because those we teach fail to utilize the good we have planted. Yet, even in failure there is learning. For success is not merely passing on knowledge and skills but establishing a network of relationships which duplicates what we ourselves went through to gain what we have achieved. Our past mistakes helped us to see clearly and to make it right the next time.
A bad teacher cannot develop a good teacher. Failure cannot turn into success. Only success can make success. Learning from a mistake is the first step to real success.
These may seem all so obvious, as we said; but often it is the obvious that we miss seeing and doing. A clear and good review of the fundamentals will keep us anchored to the formulas that work. Why reinvent or even make the wheel when it is already available and, in fact, already in use. All we need is to innovate in order to improve how we do things and how we can expand our capabilities.
The true measure to durable success is not merely achieving success but the preservation of success for the benefit of all. The laws and the demands of success are not really that hard to meet. As it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a company to succeed as a whole. No one gets left behind in the real success stories of our times.
Wallace Associates Inc prides itself of enjoying the valuable trust of their clients and receiving no complaints for the excellent services they provide to them.
Every professional HR manager would smell a top contender for a position from a mile away. The bearing, the manner of speaking, the way questions are answered; and, of course, how written communications are presented or provided, all work together to form a profile of the candidate’s total character. One would have to be a super-sleuth to accomplish such a feat; but it can be done with a few fundamental steps required. Consider the following suggestions:
In high school English, our teacher taught us not to write a whole paragraph with all or most sentences beginning with the word “I”. It would seem so obvious to most of us now; but back then, we had no clue. Such a composition would not work, except for the song “I Believe”. It applies in spoken language as well. It either reveals a narcissistic person or a rather insecure one. It takes effort not to think of yourself, especially when applying for a work and even when you are asked to describe what you are, what you know, what you can do and how you see yourself five years from now. If at all, a person who uses the ego-word as sparingly as possible is a creative person, not to mention humble.
We all do it; we must admit. However, it takes conscious effort and a disciplined mind to eventually remove this word from one’s vocabulary. This word reveals a tendency to stall and to improvise, which may be good; but in the corporate board rooms, it is tantamount to a lawyer running circles around a cunning judge. One is liable to be shot down before one gets to one’s main point. Most people get stumped because they tend to think of more complicated ideas or words. Simple is elegant.
Being clumsy is one thing; not being able to use one’s hands effectively is another. The former is for kids while the latter separates the pros from the non-pros. A company hires you because you are a pro or you have the making of a pro. Knowing how to use your hands (even where you put them when you are talking or not talking) can tell people how you learned as a child: whether you were taught properly to cut your nails properly or to tie your shoes, etc. It ultimately shows whether you have done your assignment before facing the people who matter. Hitler knew how to use his hands effectively. It also showed how he could manipulate (pun intended) people around him. Not that we should mishandle people but that we should at least know how to communicate effectively with our whole body, especially with our hands.
We listen with the ears, naturally. But the really creative people listen with the eyes. They see people and their eyes catch not just the words but the whole individual. And just as creative people can see people and things beyond appearances, they can also be understood and appreciated as well for more than what they appear to be.
Wallace Associates works with genuine professionals who value their own worth as much as those of others. The company gets good reviews for its excellent service of providing top quality human resource training for their clients. When you know how to pick out the best from a mile away, you can be sure you will hear no complaint from anyone.