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Category: Career Development

Questions to ask and answer before you Quit your Job

Here are Some concepts to help evaluate your job dilemma before you quit. Many jobs were eliminated during the last recession and many employees contemplated a job change but they couldn’t because of the fear that they will stay unemployed for a long time.  Now, a decade later the job market has improved markedly yet, […]

Battle of the Bots: Live-Chats vs Chat-bots

It’s the battle of the bots. What do you think? In just the past few years, marketers and business owners have seen a dramatic shift in business-to-customers communication, and it’s turning out to be pretty profitable. We’re talking double the conversions. Think about it this way: if a website visitor expects a web-page to load […]

Freelancing: How to gain financial security as a freelancer

When you start out as a freelancer, long-term financial health isn’t usually top of mind. You’re too busy trying to land gigs to cover next month’s bills. Freelancers are often so focused on surviving from month to month, that they overlook long-term financial security. If you want to escape the financial anxiety of survival mode, […]

COVID-19: How Managers Can Support Remote Employees

As much as remote work can be fraught with challenges, there are also relatively quick and inexpensive things that managers can do to ease the transition. Actions that you can take today include: Establish Structured Daily Check-Ins Many successful remote managers establish a daily call with their remote employees. This could take the form of […]

Communicating through the COVID-19 Pandemic

In fast-moving and uncertain situations, many leaders face questions they may not even have answers to. It is important to know that you need to communicate early and often with your key constituencies throughout a crisis. Even if you’re still trying to understand the extent of the problem, be honest and open to maintain credibility. […]

My Boss to Me: Do you have an International Passport

“Ignorance is not a necessary limitation to success but the Illusion of Knowledge” is a piece that has stuck with me of late from an instructional video I saw on YouTube. It’s not what we don’t know that limits us but that which we don’t and think we do. Acknowledging one’s ignorance isn’t a weakness […]

How to write an effective resignation letter

Corporate writing is not only relating to contractual agreements or recording meeting proceedings; it also covers internal memos, email communications and of course resignation letter [you are not destined to die in one particular employment as you will one day overgrow that employment and will need/have to leave]. The Constance of Change has made Change […]

Before you Resign: Things to know

You will get a Job and you will resign. That’s the fact of the work-life. The beginning of a thing is always rosy and overwhelming, you quickly forget the stress of acquisition and the waiting period. It’s also at the beginning stage we set career goals and life goals of what we want to achieve […]

The art of Saying NO

You’ve no doubt encountered times when agreeing to do a favor made you unable to complete your task or took time away from taking care of yourself (skipping meals, or not getting enough sleep are some examples). Still, we all face fears about saying no—fears about hurting feelings and being disliked. A lot of people […]

The importance of feedback in Career Growth

In recent years, major academic institutions, such as the Harvard School of Business have been focusing much of their time and efforts to researching how experienced soccer managers can provide an example of effective management. Feedback is one of the most important factors in the development of the modern manager who can motivate and guide […]

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