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  • What is Resilience?

    The difference in the way people deal with adversity could be attributed to the beauty of resilience, an ineffable quality that allows some people to be knocked down by life while allowing others to overcome any adversity. The ability to recover quickly from life-altering situations, either expected or those that take us by surprise, is described as one's resilience.

  • 5 Ways to Improve Your Resilience

    Resilience is the skill of being able to bounce back after a facing difficulties in life. Learn 5 ways to boost your resilience, much like you would boost your immunity to an illness.

  • Strategies to Build Resilience Before Facing Trauma

    The process of adapting in adversity or bouncing back from difficult experiences such as family and relationship problems, serious health problems or workplace and financial stressors is known as resilience. Research deems resilience as a skill, which could be developed or learned especially during traumatic events. Find out how to build this skill in yourself.

  • Transform Your Attitude

    Ever wonder how some colleagues manage to get ahead despite all the odds? Attitude. If you are looking to make some positive changes in your approach to your work and life, here's what you need to know.

  • Unhealthy Competition At Work: A Manager's Role

    As a manager, you will understand the importance of your team working well together.But what happens when you find that there is unhealthy competition amongst your team?

  • When Your Child is Getting Jealous of Others

    Just like adults, children experience jealousy too. Most parents either give in to their children and some even end up shaming their children when they feel jealous. At the end of the day, as a parent, you might be either conveying to your child that it is either okay to get jealous while you are comforting them and giving in to their demands. Or you are not allowing your child to feel an emotion that is only natural.
    So what does one do then?

  • Giving Feedback

    Giving negative feedback is dreaded in the personal and professional contexts. Lack of sensitivity and skills in giving constructive feedback can result in feelings of dissatisfaction, unhappiness, resentment, and/or discouragement, none of which serve the purpose for which feedback is intended.

     

  • Preparing for Retirement

    Retirement is often considered a rite of passage... as inevitable as the birthdays that signal its oncoming. Although some of us do dread not having office to go to and nothing to look forward to, no break in the monotony - for many retirement is something to look forward to - a time when, as Khalil Gibran puts it, time is no longer money and hence we can spend it as we like!

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