After Harvard Business’ assessment of 87.000 leaders, the results showed that there are 3 elements crucial for being a good leader:
1. Creating positive relationships with other people or groups. It means staying in touch on the issues and concerns of others, balance results with concern, cooperation between others, resolve conflicts and give honest feedback.
2. Using good judgement when making decisions and important contribution to achieving results.
3. Being a role model and set a good example, honor commitments and keep promises, and willing to go above and beyond who needs to be done.
The perfect Christmas gift?
-Friday, November 20, 2020
Gift-giving is a satisfying way to show the people in your life that you care about them. It’s exciting to see the reactions of people as they open your gift, and know you made their day. We should think of more thoughtful gifts. By thoughtful, it means practical, affordable, works-for-pretty-much-anyone gifts. People with constant meetings, with kids who have activities, or work schedules that vary wildly would probably benefit most from an hourly layout.
As Lyubomirsky says in her book “Being kind and generous leads you to perceive others more positively and more charitably”.
Choose your perfect Christmas gift:
It is always a little challenging starting a new work week. The way you start the morning can affect your whole day.
So Here are 10 empowering quotes to start your day right and to ease yourself into your day with a positive, motivated, and inspired attitude.
When the weather outside is delightful, it’s easy to become depressed sitting at the office—especially when almost everyone else is on vacation. Summer is time for relaxation and sun, but it can also be a time when you struggle to get anything accomplished. How can you focused when the sun is shining? There are definitely some ways, so let us share them with you.
How to Manage Stress
-Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Stress is the body's reaction to any change that requires an adjustment or response. The body reacts to these changes with physical, mental, and emotional responses.These days it’s hard not to get overwhelmed once in a while. We are most easily hijacked by feelings of anxiety when we are under the pressure of uncertain outcomes or circumstances.
A great leadership is about serving others.More specifically, serving your employees and putting them on equal par with customers. Walking this road of "employees first" leadership can be a very lonely place because it's a mindset few possess. If you're serious about taking on that journey, than this are the 3 signs that you are on a good way
The words "work" and "fun" shouldn't be antithetical “. But It is so important to have fun at work . Anything you enjoy, you're naturally going to do a better job with and give more of yourself to, so making your job something you look forward to, rather than simply a responsibility, is essential.
The importance of having a mentor is often stressed for those who are just starting out, and yet many start their careers without one,.In fact having the right mentors for each stage of your startup's can help long-term success. So From "Don't work too hard" to "Relax," here's some often unconventional career advice from some really successful people
Productivity is not a question of how many hours in a day you spend working. Sometimes, a day in which you’ve worked only three hours can end up being much more productive than a day in which you’ve been trying to work for eight or more hours. Any effective and successful business understands the importance of productivity in the workplace
It is true you can start your day by hitting the snooze button, rushing to get ready, and then running out the door with a coffee in one hand and your documents in the other. Or, you can start your day with good morning habits.
What's the day-to-day routine of successful people? Do these people set their alarms earlier than other people?Or Do they consume a special type of breakfast? Do you want to figure out the day-to-day routine of success ? Well, Then read on!