“Entrepreneurs are the only people who will work 80 hours a week to avoid working 40 hours a week.”
Being an introvert is often viewed in professional settings as a disadvantage, or a threat to your overall success.
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.
How often have you sat in your 10 a.m. meeting staring at a boring, bland PowerPoint presentation? How often have you dozed off because of the lack of excitement? Or, perhaps you’re leading the afternoon meeting, and you just can’t capture the attention of your coworkers.
The iGeneration, those born in the late twentieth century, are slowly swarming the workplace. As more and more from this generation finish school and begin careers, you may find yourself feeling outnumbered by the young minds that surround you.
From working later in life to working from home, the way we work has shifted considerably in recent years to foster employee engagement at all ages.
You Are Now Just Barely Who You Said You Were! Defining Yourself After a Career of Full-Time Employment
You are now just barely who you said you were! I know that is a provocative way to get your attention, but sit back and let me tell you a story that I hope will substantiate that admittedly provocative punch line.
For the majority of my life, my mid-fifties mother has spent most of her career working for the same company. Having said that, she has seen colleagues of all ages come and go, either to transfer their abilities to a new workspace or to jet off into the supposed splendor of retirement.
A recent article discussed five life skills that are essential for wealth, health, and success during your life. Research from the University College London uncovered that mastering emotional stability, determination, control, optimism, and conscientiousness will help your overall well-being as you age.
All your life you’ve probably been encouraged to master “life skills.” Active listening, verbal and non-verbal communication - all necessary traits to be psychosocially competent.