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  • How To Deal With Having A New Boss And A New Team

    Changes at the workplace are a near constant. However, sometimes these changes can affect you in ways that are a little difficult. Shifting to a new team and working under the guidance of someone new takes time. The transition involves getting used to many changes. This article explains some of the ways in which you can learn to adapt better to this new situation. 

  • Brussel Sprouts are More than Just Tiny Cabbages!

    Have you looked at those tiny cabbage like vegetables and not given them a second thought? Read on to know about the amazing benefits of Brussel Sprouts.

  • Psychological Safety in the Workplace: The Role of Managers

    Feeling accepted in your place of work is a must for any professional. However, many people face the issue of feeling discriminated against due to their race, language, colour of skin, ideas, life stage, and many other reasons. This causes a lot of distress and sometimes is the reason a person quits. Find out what you as a manager can do to create psychological safety in your place of work.

  • Being \"yourself\" in the Workplace

    Most of us spend a large part of our life at work and therefore being yourself at the workplace is pivotal to maximize your work potential, health and happiness. But what if you feel like you have to hide a very critical part of what defines you? Your gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, caste or a disability to get social acceptance. Read on to find out the struggle and dilemma one could go through in such a situation and thereby, the impact on the workplace..

  • Start the New Year Well

    We're at the start of a brand new year - another perfect opportunity to reduce the clutter, simplify, better manage your time, and reach your goals. Here are 7 simple ways to start the New Year on the right foot.

  • Transition from College to the Corporate World

    People join work thinking life in the corporate will be similar to the life in a college and the same rules apply. However that is not the case. As a business school graduate said, "The real world is a big change, more than you can ever imagine when you are sitting in the classroom thinking about the outside world!"

  • People Skills at the Workplace

    32 year old Shiamak is brilliant, creative, energetic and aggressive. A financial and strategic genius is what some would call him. Despite his brilliance and talent Shiamak is perceived by his peers and subordinates as self promoting, remote and intolerant. Relationships with his peers and subordinates were not a priority with him. He has just discovered a major production setback in an extensively publicized new product. Thousands of orders have been delayed, angry customers are furious and who knows how this news will affect the company's stocks. Things would not have reached such a crisis for Shiamak, if he had understood the value of building relationship with his peers and had his subordinates found him approachable, he might have been able to appreciate the cross-functional challenges of developing this particular product. Like so many other talented people he lacks the emotional competencies that would help him work better as a team.

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