Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Achieve your purpose through this three-step process

On September 30,1982, Johnson & Johnson, the American multinational company, came to a standstill when eight people in Chicago died from poisoning after consuming...

Hesitant to start a networking conversation? These ideas can help.

Says filmmaker Monroe Mann, “True networking does not mean meeting people; it means becoming the type of person other people want to meet.” It...

Courage at work is an attractive quality. Demonstrate it.

In the Game of Thrones, R.R. Martin’s character Bran, a seven-year-old boy, asks his father, “Can a man still be brave if he's afraid?”...

Eyeing a salary hike? Plan. Prepare. Ask.

According to a report in the Harvard Business Review, nearly 42% of organizations recognize high performers by giving them a minimum pay hike of...

Help your team take a ‘mental health break’ day

A mental health sick day – would you take such a day off if your organization offered it? Chances are, not. Because you might wonder...

Introducing the new to-do: a visual one.

To-do: a to-do list.  It would be fair to say that a couple of times a week you think...

Got a disorganized team member? Learn how to manage them.

It’s frustrating enough when your day turns disorganized. But what if you had to manage someone else’s chaos too? As leaders or...

Supporting new mothers: watch out for post-partum depression

Workplaces are increasingly becoming sensitive to the needs of new mothers – offering paid maternity leaves, babysitters, and what not. All this,...

How to do what you don’t want to do

As much as we prefer doing things we like, our work and life aren’t utopian. We need to do tasks which sometimes...

It doesn’t have to be a bonus

It is that time of the year – the holidays. The general tone of the workplace shifts during the last month. Vacation plans emerge,...

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Decoding myths about mindfulness.

Recent studies have found that mindfulness benefits everyone, from emergency room nurses to law students waiting for their bar exam results, and even pregnant women....

Leaving on a good note: notes for a positive exit experience

The decision to leave an organization is a momentous one for most employees, but Gallup’s findings suggest that less than half of the exiting...

Should you consider your team as your family?

We spend over 2000 hours a year at work with our colleagues. We celebrate our successes and failures. We learn to navigate conflict and...

Handling the discomfort of saying ‘no’

You’re a day away from your vacation, and your manager asks you to assist on a project that’s going live in the same week...

Lessons from business leaders on building your personal reputation

No matter your role in your company, your personal reputation is gold. Built painstakingly, it opens doors for you on account of your past...