While many people’s work lives have intensified over the last handful of months, feelings of being overworked or burnt out certainly aren’t new.
Humor is a funny thing. In interpersonal relationships with family and friends, having a sense of humor is highly valued and considered attractive.
Introverts are the personality type that typically attract the most questions. Introverts are pensive, complex, and worthy of analysis.
In our lives and in our work, we tend to delay our celebrations until the last moment. Projects that take weeks to complete are recognized only at their full completion.
Fear and anxiety are overtaking the country-- a frightening result of the growing coronavirus pandemic.
A famous quote by Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Group, Ltd., has been used to inspire and teach people how to lead. The quote is, “Train people well enough so they can leave. Treat them well enough so they don’t want to.”
For quite some time, people—business workers, bosses, teachers, parents, even researchers—have been preaching the “Dress for Success” attitude.
Coaching is part of the fabric of our culture, and likely every culture to ever exist. In today’s world, we see sport coaches, life coaches, fitness coaches, school coaches (tutors), and coaches for all types of specified topics.
Company culture is everything. When you go into work each day, you want to feel that you’re safe and comfortable in your environment. The more welcome you feel, the higher chance you have of succeeding with your professional relationships and responsibilities.
We’ve all anxiously awaited an interview. Entering the lobby, being escorted to the meeting room, sitting in the chair in front of a stranger who may potentially become your boss—we’ve all been there, and we all probably don’t want to have to go through it again.