Tag: career development
A common fear among many managers is that if they don’t do the work themselves then it won’t get done properly. After all, when an employee fails, that failure reflects directly on the manager.
But failing to delegate is a recipe for manager burnout, department turnover, and poor productivity. And yet, delegating effectively is not as … Read More »
Goals: They are what motivate us to persevere and continue with tasks that are otherwise mundane, difficult, or unfulfilling. They help us to feel in control of our lives and give us direction.
Goal setting is a concept that was first developed by Englishman Alec Mace. His studies from 1935, were the first to suggest that … Read More »
That’s because job competency is only a fraction of the equation when managers are determining the ideal candidate for a promotion. You need to separate yourself from the herd by going the extra mile.
Stand out to your employers by utilizing these four key strategies.
Think – and Act – Outside the Box
If you don’t perform beyond … Read More »
Jessica Miles speaks to “How Can You Fall Back In Love With Your Job?”
“Remember why you took the job in the first place. Ask yourself these questions:
Do you like your job 70-80% of the time?
Do you feel respected and needed at work?
Are you paid enough to live?
If you can answer yes to all … Read More »
Henry come across a question “How to tell your boss you have too much work without looking bad?” and shared his thoughts below:
“I would say to bring it with a solution i.e., ‘there are too many projects right now for me to handle all of them with the level of quality required, but if I could help from _______ who … Read More »