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Look Inward Before You Try to Change Others.
Successful people do things differently. Here’s how. Continue reading
Stay focused, pick your fights, build empathy, use humour and develop relationships to effectively manage conflict at work Continue reading
You make your own happiness. Yes, that seems contrary to what you’ve believed all this time. Achieving your full potential is at the heart of happiness at work. 5Cs-contribution, conviction, culture, commitment and confidence-can affect your happiness levels at work. Besides the 5Cs, trust, pride and recognition have an impact on your happiness at work. Continue reading
Interested in ideas? Getting new ones, sharing and spreading your ideas? Check out the these videos from the Where Do Ideas Come from TED Playlist: Steven Johnson: Where do good ideas come from (17:45 min)Posted Sep 2010 Elizabeth Gilbert: Your elusive … Continue reading
During your fist 12 months as a first-time manager, or as an experienced manager in a brand new position of company, you will often feel out of control. This is a common feeling, whether you are a group leader, department head, or plant manager. Continue reading
In his Huffpost article, 7 Ways to Sharpen Your Focus Daniel Goleman offers practical advice to remain focused despite the blizzard of distractions we must get through every day.
SWOT is a truly useful tool whether you are a one-man (or -woman) show or a multinational. It is a tool to prevent organisations walking around naked, like the proverbial emperor.
We should try to get the best out of the already used and often abused management tools. Recycle would be a good description. After all, if you don’t put them to use, abuse or misuse, then what use? Let’s use it. Continue reading