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Tips for Work Stress Management

  Stress is a result of unusual demands made on you. You respond to those demands and that response is stress – good or bad. Stress management tips provide ideas of how you can respond appropriately to demands. Some stress management tips tell how to avoid the unusual demands. They are proactive in nature. Other […]

Marketing

10 Best Marketing Blogs You NEED To Read

If you’re intosdigital marketing, sthen you need to identify marketing blogs that will nudge you to keep at your game. StarTrainingNetwork You already know there are thousands of online marketing blogs out there and it gets overwhelming for marketers and businesses to find and read the right ones. But I’ve done all the heavy liftings […]

Emotional-Intelligence

Can emotional intelligence be learned?

For ages, people have debated if leaders are born or made. So too goes the debate about emotional intelligence. Are people born with certain levels of empathy, for example, or do they acquire empathy as a result of life’s experiences? The answer is both. Scientific inquiry strongly suggests that there is a genetic component of emotional […]

How to be a Confident & Assertive Woman.

How to be a Confident & Assertive Woman.

Have you always aspired to become the powerful and confident woman. Here are a few tips that can help you create a persona of confidence and assertiveness without coming across as arrogant or rude. Women generally play down their confidence in the workplace just to fit in and make friends. But if you’re serious about […]

6 Actions You Can Take Every Day to Build Your Self-Confidence

Even the greatest leaders lack self-confidence at certain times. Self-confidence is not a static quality; rather, it’s a mindset that takes an effort to maintain when the going gets rough. It must be learned, practiced and mastered just like any other skill. But once you master it, you will be changed for the better. Here […]

HR in an age of Austerity

Debbie Meech, HR Director, Cable & Wireless and Graham White, HR Director, Westminster City Council discuss some of the issues facing HR personnel in a difficult financial climate. Interesting observations about Human Resources functions on generating positive sentiments about organizations during times of downturn and job cuts.

Is Your Job Training You for ‘Next Best Role’?

Everyone has a “next best role” – the position they’re preparing to take on, which will energize, elevate and challenge them to grow. But too often, young women aren’t pushed to visualize that next role, and are instead stagnating in a position that will quickly become demotivating, or they will inadvertently slow down their career […]

How to Become a Successful Project Manager

There are almost as many ways to become a successful project manager as there are types of projects. Some project managers have formal training and follow a specific career path, while others are thrust into the role and are forced to figure out what to do on their own. Regardless of the path taken to […]

TOP WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR LEADERSHIP SKILLS

Whether you consciously aware of it or not, on some level you are continually leading yourself and others – you don’t necessarily have to have a large team reporting to you to be considered a leader and to need effective leadership skills. In one leadership study, qualities such as assertiveness, adaptability, intelligence and conscientiousness were […]

One Size Fits None

One Size Fits None

Chose an approach that can accommodate different regions, personalities and cultures As “ONE SIZE FITS NONE” Every company faces unique challenges, which means the “right” approach to organisational readiness varies from one situation to the next. Companies in  different geographic regions have different cultural norms and behaviours, So do companies of different sizes or in […]

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