When’s the last time strong emotion led you to behavior you later regretted? For me the answer would be this afternoon, yes, the afternoon of 24th July 2018 . I … Continue Reading I can be DUMB at times
This articles discuss on how one shall prepare for a meeting especially if you are the organizer. In order to prepare for a meeting, follow these six steps: Determine the … Continue Reading How to prepare for a meeting
You see your boss in a variety of settings, client and team meetings, presentations, one-on-ones, negotiations. That gives you insight into his or her strengths and weaknesses and their impact … Continue Reading Giving your boss feedback
It’s a note worth taking a look at. Credibility is the cornerstone of persuasion and negotiation. If you don’t have it, your boss may not commit time or resources to … Continue Reading How to establish credibility
Your boss advocates for you and supports your career development. But he likely still has to get the approval of his boss for your pay increases and developmental opportunities. To better understand … Continue Reading Your boss’s boss
Well, maybe at some period in your career life, you will have two or more bosses to report to. Last year it happened to me, but yet, it proved to … Continue Reading Tips on managing multiple bosses
At times, especially in a multinational organization, you will experience a case of long distance relationship with your boss. Partnering with your boss when you are in separate locations presents … Continue Reading Tips on managing long-distance boss
Managing your boss matters for three main reasons: 1. Your boss plays a pivotal role in your success or failure. You rely on them to provide you with: Information and guidance on … Continue Reading Why you need to manage your boss?
There’s a good chance that at least some people you’d like to initiate networking relationships with especially highly successful individuals or those far advanced in their careers have overly full … Continue Reading How to attract people to you
The world is changing due to globalization of economy and marketplaces and due to the decreasing cost of internet of things. We live in a globalized economy, and organizations are … Continue Reading Why Network?
Change is a near constant and necessary in today’s workplace. If not managed well, it can erode people’s levels of engagement and commitment. Your job as leader is to help … Continue Reading Help people cope with change
Researchers have found that internal motivation is an even more powerful driver of people’s behavior than previously thought. In today’s organizations, much of the work is not routine and requires … Continue Reading Internal Motivation
When we think about motivation, people tend to be motivated by a combination of external and internal factors. External factors are things managers can directly control, like wages, bonuses, benefits … Continue Reading Combine external and internal motivation
Build your character If you hold yourself to high moral standards, you’ll reap powerful benefits both in your career and in your personal life. To both earn and keep others’ … Continue Reading Building Your character to earn and keep trust
People won’t follow you unless they trust you as a leader. Trust is the basis of all forms of influence other than coercion. Every culture relies on trust for effective … Continue Reading Why trust is important?
Like everything else, you can increase your emotional intelligence through a disciplined process: To start, you’ll need a mental picture of your ideal self and a sense of your capabilities … Continue Reading Steps for improving emotional intelligence