Archive for the ‘Career Skills’ Category

Flexible Working Is Constrained by Rigid Thinking

Tuesday, August 29th, 2017
Flexible Working Is Constrained by Rigid Thinking

Working in most corporate settings involves subscribing to a set of written and unwritten boundaries. The better organizations give you the flexibility to create your own boundaries within given parameters, but there are too many where the externally imposed boundaries are too rigid and seek to stifle the individual.

 

These are the so-called “toxic” cultures. When something is so rigid, it is likely to break.

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Step Up Your Game Right NOW in How You Communicate

Friday, May 15th, 2015
Meeting table

Are you aware of exactly HOW you TALK to people? Do you speak to the highest in everyone you meet or does that change from person to person? Do you listen to what they mean instead of what they are saying? If your answer is anything less than a firm “Yes”, then like many of us, you could use some improvement in this area that takes up a big portion of how we communicate (since we communicate non-verbally too of course). Get ready to slice through some self-defeating traits that make you a watered down version of who you really are, and in the process discover your own personal ‘humble greatness’: something we all have I believe, and it’s attainable right now. (more…)