What is your relationship with time? Do you see it as a resource you can manipulate and manage, or are you running faster every day, and never catching up? If you feel out of control, unable to prioritize (everything is urgent), guilty for failing to keep your commitments; or stressed that you are forced to… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Accountability
Unless you change how you are, you’ll always have what you’ve got. Whatever your personal or career goals are, self-discipline is the single most important tool to help you accomplish them. Put these daily practices into action to accomplish your own goals and become a more effective leader in the meantime! Revisit your goals each… Read more »
We all have our triggers — circumstances that transform us from reasonable, calm human beings into fed-up, raging lunatics in the span of just a few seconds. At home, you might lose your temper at your spouse or children over dirty socks scattered in the bathroom or a dishwasher no one seems to want to… Read more »
Every office culture is different, so professionalism in the workplace at one place of business may look very different from another. This is true in terms of communication, performance, and even the way that people dress. Indeed, your dress for success look in one place may be way too casual or too formal for another… Read more »
If you find yourself feeling less productive and focused at work during the summer months, you are not the only one. A recent study by Captivate Network, a digital media company for business professionals, finds that workplace productivity takes a dip during the summertime and that some policies designed to address the problem might do… Read more »
It is an unpleasant feeling to leave the office at the end of the day and find yourself wondering, “What did I actually do today?” Between work-related time killers — such as managing email and attending meetings — and non-work distractions — such as surfing social networking sites and procrastinating — the workday can fly… Read more »
If an interviewer were to ask you questions about your performance at work, such as, “How well do you get along with your colleagues?” and “Do you have effective leadership skills?” you would probably have positive responses. This is normal. We as individuals tend to see ourselves in the best possible light, which means that… Read more »
There has been a lively debate recently about why there is still a persistent lack of women in executive suites and on corporate boards in the United States. Women now make up almost half of the workforce in the US (46.7 percent in 2010) and a majority of management, professional and related positions (51.5 percent),… Read more »
Sometimes it is hard to know what the right decision is for your company, for yourself, for your family. In today’s complex world, the right answer is not always cut and dry, and it is frequently difficult to find. If you are struggling to make the right choices in your life and in your career,… Read more »
Throughout the course of your workday, you probably encounter dozens of distractions that threaten to derail your personal effectiveness — personal phone calls, coffee breaks, Facebook updates and conversations with co-workers about last night’s episode of “The Voice,” to name a few. It’s beneficial to take small breaks during the day to renew your energy… Read more »
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