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  • It can indeed be challenging to focus on anything good when bad things keep taking place in your life. However, the good part is that it is possible to train your mind to focus only on the positive things in your life, instead of pondering...

  • Whether you are a front-line supervisor or the CEO of a company, “trust” in some form is critical whenever it comes to performance. Trust is in fact considered to be one of those softer topics that busy managers rarely think about on a day to...

  • Conflict, especially interpersonal conflicts are part and parcel of life, and they may arise in almost any kind of atmosphere be it organisations or personal relations. While interpersonal conflict is a fact of life, what is important is to learn to resolve it effectively so...

  • Background checks are frequently run as part of the pre-employment screening process when you are hired for a position. They are used by companies to help ensure the safety of your future co-workers and the company, especially if your new job will require you to...

  • When you allow your team members to make decisions and take action within your organisation, it's known as ‘empowering employees’. It's quite important to empower your employees if you wish to have a sustainable business. The real growth of an organisation takes place when you...

  • It is a common knowledge that individuals with high emotional intelligence have a greater chance of getting hired, promoted, and earning a better salary. An individual’s ability to identify and control his or her emotions and to be able to understand the emotions of others is...

  • When accomplishing business-related tasks, few teams are as effective in reaching their goals than a high-performing team. Simply put, high-performance teams get results. A high-performing team can consistently deliver, despite the odds. Developing such a team gives you the ultimate competitive advantage. When a team is...

  • Diversity & Inclusion has been on the priority list of smart organizations for quite some time. However, recently the need for its genuine inclusion has risen significantly owing to some very high profile incidents. For instance, the film industry has been reporting incidents of sexual...

  • The culture of an organisation depicts its basic personality with how its people work and interact. However, organisational culture is a complex and elusive entity which evolves in the midst of leadership, strategy and other circumstances. In other words, culture may be defined as a...

  • Assumptions of any kind are always detrimental if you truly wish to seek a solution to a problem. It's often assumed that an unmotivated employee is lazy and labelled as 'bad hires'. This assumption is not always true. Even the best-hire eventually becomes disengaged & unmotivated...