Do you know someone who always tries to avoid taking responsibility for their actions? Or Do you have people in your life who always try and seek attention or sympathy by always complaining about how bad things are in their life? Or those who always play the victim? If you did, then most probably you… Continue reading
Today’s constantly evolving, uncertain and changing work and business environments need leaders who have the ability to adopt themselves to unexpected changes and challenges. As a leader, your leadership style determines how well your organisations and businesses thrive in times of changes or uncertainty. Even though you tend to develop particular leadership style that is… Continue reading
Behaviours and habits that we employ in our everyday life are most important. In a way, they run our life as pretty much everything what we do is based on a habit or a behaviour we have developed at some point in our life and have a long term impact on our health and happiness.… Continue reading
A positive-communication goes a long way in establishing credible relationships and making an effective conversation. Understanding what others are saying is an essential part of any communication. But most of us often consider communication as what we say or the words that we use. However, interpersonal communication is more than the words we use, information… Continue reading
Emotions play a significant role in our everyday life both personal or professional. They are natural responses and instinctive state of our mind which arise from external or internal stimuli, including from crises and periods of uncertainty such as that we are experiencing in recent times. Feeling both positive or negative is a natural part… Continue reading
Often times, thinking happens automatically. However. there are times when we consciously think and use our thinking skills to solve problems, make decisions, plan or to organise. Thinking in problem-solving requires you to think creatively and involves the process of creating a logical series of connections between various factors or information to arrive at a… Continue reading
Whether your goals revolve around your finance, career, relationship, health, business or to improve any other area of life, lack of enthusiasm for extended periods of time can lead to unproductive and risk-taking behaviours.
Are you procrastinating on your most important goals because of boredom?
The busyness and all the pressure that accompanies being a leader often distracts and limits one’s ability to lead perfectly. In the current pandemic and remote working scenarios, being present to be aware of what you can control and to maintain presence of mind to face the reality of the situation has become more important now than ever before.
As much as we like to think we are rational beings with sound judgment and being reasonable, very often we make irrational choices and poor decisions because of various biases that are hard-wired into our subconscious.
Failing to recognise such errors leads to fault reasoning and distorted judgments and ultimately affect our work performance, personal or professional relationships.
Difficult conversations often involve strong differences of opinion and may elicit strong and complex emotions. Avoiding such conversations is never an effective solution as it leads to poor working and personal relationships and workplace conflicts.
When we are not well equipped to handle difficult conversations both personal or professional, we find ourselves in conflicting feelings, insecurity and vulnerability.