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
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
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.
Problem-solving process is a search for and implementation of the best possible solution for a specific problem. It is important to develop your own method to approach a particular problem and to use the effective ways of different styles to solve problems efficiently.
How you make tough choices often shapes your workplace decision-making culture. Blindly following your perception of what’s right or wrong can lead to poor or faulty decision-making and sometimes to decision avoidance.
“Leading is all about managing your mindset.” Your mindset not only influences how you think and interpret situations but also your emotional reactions, decisions and actions during adversity.
Are your inadequate thinking habits the reason for your inability to put things right or solve certain difficult problems or situations? What is your preferred way of thinking-is it problem-oriented or solution-oriented?
Constant decision-making leads to decreased self-control, decision avoidance and less accuracy in making right choices. Explore these simple changes you can make towards achieving a simple and more organised lifestyle to overcome decision fatigue.
“A resourceful person will always makes opportunity fit his or her needs.” Napoleon Hill Have you ever been stuck in a problem in your goal-striving for so long that you begin to doubt your ability to solve it for good? There are wide range of characteristics like self-belief, discipline, dedication, hard-work, confidence and so on… Continue reading
“Too often we … enjoy the comfort of opinions without the discomfort of thought.”– J.F.Kennedy Each one of us perceive and understand the problems, events and circumstances of our lives in different ways based on our thoughts, beliefs and habitual behaviours that we cultivate on a daily basis. How we think affects everything from our… Continue reading