Leadership

5 Signs You Have A Great Boss

Leadership - May 30, 2020

If Miranda Preistley in Devil Wears Prada has taught me anything, it is that you’re extremely lucky if you’re working under a great boss. There’s empirical evidence...

Guidance for COVID-19 Affected Employers

Leadership - May 24, 2020

In today’s scenario, how do small enterprises survive and see through the pandemic? Here are a few pointers and suggestions – Make Decisions Take decisions and do...

A Compassionate Send Off; How to Handle Layoffs

Letting go of a worker or employee is a stressful and unpleasant experience in any circumstance. The coronavirus pandemic has led to many people losing their jobs due to ...

America’s Top Management Consulting Companies

Few professions thrive on the cusp of disruption quite like management consulting. As economic slowdown has surged, companies have increasingly turned to outside experts ...

How to Network Successfully When You’re an Introvert

Leadership - April 30, 2020

Throughout your life, you’ll find many opportunities to attend events, conferences and even parties where you can meet highly influential people. Networking is one of t...

Reducing Turnover With People Analytics

Leadership - April 20, 2020

With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic threatening a sharp economic slowdown, employee retention is a key objective for most organizations. For many organizations facing a re...

Understanding the 80/20 Rule (Pareto Principle)

Leadership - April 08, 2020

What 20% of your work drives 80% of your business outcomes? ...

Different Types of Managers: Which one are you?

Leadership - April 06, 2020

Managers are the people that lead a team, give instruction, and see that an organization’s goals are achieved, be it production, branding, or more. In general, they see...

Workplace Compliance Considerations for Remote Employees

Leadership - April 03, 2020

The Coronavirus pandemic has reached to the point where it is not only disrupting businesses and commercial activities but also is threatening employees’ health at home...

Are Your Employees Slacking Off? Here’s What to Do

Leadership - April 01, 2020

Research shows that the average worker slacks off for up to 50 minutes a day – or more than five hours a week. Dealing with employees slacking off isn’t easy, but it ...

How to handle Employee Crisis during Work from Home

Leadership - March 28, 2020

Crisis doesn’t come with a warning, and it comes at an unexpected time. Take the present Coronavirus situation, for instance! Countries across the world have shut down,...

Study: Smaller Teams Perform Better Than Bigger Teams

Leadership - March 09, 2020

Situational judgment tests or SJTs are popular aptitude tests that employers utilize to test the problem-solving abilities of an employee. Situational judgment tests are ...

HR Cost Cutting Measures to Trim the Fluff

Leadership - March 06, 2020

Cutting costs is the oft-repeated phrase that companies are using to meet the downturn in the economy and the declining revenues and sales. For most, cost-cutting transla...

Imposter Syndrome: A real bogeyman for the upwardly mobile honchos

Leadership - March 02, 2020

Imposter syndrome is tied up with self-value. If you measure your self-worth by how hard you work, your education, and how far you have made it in your career, then self-...

Constructive Feedback: Killing Softly With Faint Praise and Loud Criticism

Leadership - February 26, 2020

Learn the dos and don’ts of giving positive and constructive feedback to employees in the workplace. These constructive feedback phrases will help you go a long way...

Job Burnout and How to Get Unstuck at Work

Leadership - January 28, 2020

It takes realizing that you’re not a machine, you’re a human. And it’s ok for humans to have an inbox full of emails you forget to reply to, miss a few deadlines. L...