It has been over a year and nearly five months by now that we all seem to be part of one big social experiment in recent human history. Covid-19 has for sure left its mark and changed life as we knew it. Conveniently booking cheap flights to anywhere in the world let alone visiting relatives who are living overseas, nearly impossible to do unless you are willing to severely do damage to your bank account balance and put yourself into quarantine up to 21 days, depending which
Oh great! I finally made it. Now that they made me team leader, I can actually be in charge of others. How exciting! First thing tomorrow I will tell my team what they have to do.
Do you remember when you were first made manager or team leader? What were your thoughts? How did your first weeks or month go? Did you face any challenges or delicate situations? What were your main struggles, if any?
When it comes to leading others there are always immediate questions a
You have done it. You finished the power point presentation, for the next big meeting, one day before the scheduled deadline. Feeling great and proud of what you came up with, you are handing it over to your boss’s office for the obligatory preview.
Ok, you think. All good for now. It doesn’t even take 60 seconds and you find yourself taking a million notes of what to rewrite, take out, re-locate and add.
Bottomline, you realise pretty quickly that your great work is in
Communication is key or you have to be a great communicator. That’s what they say, right? At least, it seems to be a buzz phrase that feels kind of overused these days. Don’t you think so? Why is it then, that almost all the time (well, that’s what it feels like) you seem to end up misunderstanding someone or something? And when this happens it’s almost all the time second to nature that you either give in because you do realise you are wrong or you keep on going on, defe