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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 […]

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 […]

Entrepreneurship: The 21st Century Tech-Preneurs

It may seem that a Tech-Preneur and entrepreneur are indistinguishable since many of their core skills are identical but at the end of the day, you can always use these features to differentiate the two. One among the significant difference between Tech-Preneurship and the conventional entrepreneurship is the use of high technology. TechPreneurs use technology […]

Productivity: Things you should know about a “To-do-list”

How often do you feel overwhelmed and disorganized in life, whether at work or home? We all seem to struggle with time management in some area of our life; one of the most common phrases besides “I Love you” is “I don’t have time”. Everyone suggests working from a to-do list to start getting your […]

Career Mentorship: The needed boost for productivity

Q: Who needs a mentor? A: You do. At the beginning of your professional career, everything can seem overwhelming. Perhaps you’ve started a job in an industry unrelated to your degree. Maybe you’ve changed career paths. No matter the situation, a mentor can help. In the middle of your professional career, everything can seem boring […]

Developing a compartment within that Vents internally

#frankly: this is me on my laptop this morning and I know I have to scribble some words on my keyboard as it’s been months since I got this new job and I haven’t uploaded any articles on my timeline and the thoughts of that have been making me run crazy. I just had to write […]

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