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To Procrastinate or Not?
Many of the senior executives I work with are terrible procrastinators, and yet they are very effective. So could it be that procrastination isn't always bad?
Surviving Information Overload
We’ve all been there. It’s your first week on a new job and as the paperwork and emails just keep mounting – and you perhaps, you think to yourself, that it’s time you got organized. But how? You set up systems to deal with it as you go, and if you’re lucky maybe you pick things up from a colleague who seems to be managing OK.
Career Management Skills for the 21st Century
In the 21st century, huge and rapid changes are redefining the nature of work, jobs and careers. The old certainties are gone never to return. A job for life, a structured graduate training programme, a steady climb up the career ladder are yesterday's realities.
Raising the Stakes
Getting a pay raise can be and should be a win-win situation Most employers expect their employees and potential candidates to negotiate for higher salary and benefits. Whether you are going for an interview, hoping to move up the career ladder or trying to bring your salary and benefits more in line with industry standards, asking for a compensation package that reflects your worth is a lot like playing poker. It requires research, know-how, strategy and tact.
Technology & the Work-Life Conundrum
Is being connected 24/7 helping with or getting in the way of work- life harmony?
Embracing Fair Employment Practices
Fair employment practices and diversity are crucial in attracting and retaining talents in today's talent scarce world.