In life, there are many battles, but we must be discerning to know which ones to fight and which ones to walk away.
Ending an employer-employee relationship is subject to due process, whether it is employee (resignation) or employer (just or authorized causes) initiated
I’m not referring to the URGE of the dark kind, but of the entrepreneurial desire that can make a difference, and change a community.
I was reading this blog of David Maister and kinda reflect how top management of other corporations would handle issues like this?
Got scolded more than you can count? Don’t react and lose more. Let me share what I did, it’s not pleasant, but in time it made me an Assistant Vice President.
“Lie and cheat” has become an operative keyword in some culture to win or grab an opportunity, or escape trouble. Do we have to live with this culture?
How to overcome office politics? You’ve got to be proactive and in control of your own behaviour, situations and dynamics change on how we respond to determinants
Like the carrot and egg, the coffee bean also faced adversity in the boiling water, but it yielded a different result.
Productivity is value neutral, the value it’ll give is dependent on where the objective is anchored
For every learning event, success is dependent on the learner. But for maximum added value let’s look at the learning principles being practiced by Jesus
A Workplace and Life Learning professional needs more than a skill. Because it is a calling, professionals in this field need a heart for people
“Suppose a ruler gets very angry with you. If he does, don’t quit your job… Stay calm. That will overcome the effects of your big mistake” – King Solomon
Bud Paxson introduced and succeeded in popularizing tv shopping. However, this cost him his own marriage.
most companies showcase integrity as one of their values in bulletin boards, but that’s how far the integration of integrity is to the corporate culture