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Sleeping Patterns Of 21 Highly Rich & Famous People

November 23rd, 2015|

Below are the sleep habits of 21 highly successful people throughout history. Not everyone keeps “normal” hours, as is shown, but it’s important to do what feels right for you, tweaking your pattern as needed.

How To Avoid Getting Duped By Your New Employer

November 19th, 2015|

Immediate joining should ring an alarm bell, it a sign that some one just walked out of the job without serving the notice period. In normal circumstances this is rare, people do not like walking away unless the place is making them go mad.

The Secret Recipe To Recognize Office Politics In Advance

November 18th, 2015|

Creating an organization that is free of toxic political behavior is likely an unattainable goal; it is within your reach to mitigate the conditions that allow such activity to thrive. As a manager you need to be aware of the factors that are the primary drivers in creating a consistently effective environment that mitigates political behaviors.

Mentoring Will Fast Track Your Career Growth

November 11th, 2015|

According to the Greek mythological legend, Mentor, a friend and counselor to Odysseus was entrusted with the education of Odysseus’ s son, Telemachus. As a trusted senior adviser, Mentor was responsible for raising Telemachus and instructing him in the ways of the world. Today the term Mentor has come to mean a person who takes [...]

Taking Charge Of Your Career Or Else You Will Be Redundant

November 11th, 2015|

One of the biggest hurdles in career planning is the fact that careers are lifelong events. Short-term plans are needed to be on track however one must be able to improvise and plan for future as well.

5 Working Style Blunders That Will Make You A Sitting Duck

November 11th, 2015|

Most of us underestimate change and when it engulfs our careers, we repent and blame the environment or our managers. Run for your life and be prepared to be nuked, if the following symptoms are common in your in your working style.

How To Achieve Every Goal You Set

November 11th, 2015|

Creating goals is not incredibly difficult; in fact anyone can do it, although unfortunately, not enough people do it.  The real game starts after you have set your goals and it tests your energy, enthusiasm and your resolve to make it happen. After you have set your goals, following this three-step process can help you [...]

Using Action Plans To Cement Learning

October 27th, 2015|

Individuals and groups write action plans as a record of how they intend to use the training imparted to them in future. It is often helpful to use a series of headings or prompt questions to assist in formulations of action plans, as these can help in focusing attention on particular areas of action appropriate to the circumstances.

Using Senior Level Sponsorship To Propel Your Goals.

October 27th, 2015|

During the review, a managerial candidate is introduced by his/ her reporting manager and other senior members of the management team are invited to share their views on the candidate’s competencies and leadership potential. These discussions can exert a major influence on the manager’s future career progression. It’s at this point that having support and sponsorship of your senior management team can have a crucial and positive effect on your career trajectory.

How To Be A Skilled Presenter

October 20th, 2015|

Part of being an able presenter is marketing your self as someone others should listen to. These are some of the pointers that can make you a very able presenter.

What Does Leadership Signify

October 14th, 2015|

“…A good leader does not become so based on what he says. He becomes so based on what he does. Followers or peers will watch you and make impression about your leadership ability based on your actions and not on your speeches. Any ‘saying-doing gap’ and the leader will lose credibility. Gandhi will remain as one of the best leaders in world’s history as there was no saying-doing gap.

How To Set Up An Innovation Factory

October 14th, 2015|

In order to synthesize ideas, creative people have to apportion a part of their time to study issues in depth, bounce off their thoughts with others, and look for parallels in other ecosystems. Naturally creative people are wired to think in contrasts when they are confronted with a problem

9 Things That Great Managers Do To Drive High Performance

October 14th, 2015|

Widespread changes in the organizational environment have led to fundamental changes in how work gets done. Team members are highly interdependent on each other to get the work done. Thus, a managers task has become even more difficult with these changes and he/ she gets pushed from both the sides. To simplify your work life,these [...]

How To Select Team Members For A Project

October 7th, 2015|

Traditionally team members get selected by matching individual demographic characteristics (training, rank, experience) to generically functional roles and known project requirements. Team composition should reflect the full range of performance requirements mandated by both the team task itself and the collaborative quality of teamwork needed by the project.

How To Be A Respected and Trusted Member of A Remote Team

September 27th, 2015|

It is a well-known fact that establishing effective collaboration in remote teams requires considerable patience, learning, and experience. Members of the team also have responsibilities and contributions to make in regard to establishing effective virtual collaboration in a remote team. In order to develop deeper relationships with other members in a remote team, consider the following.

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