Workplace stress is a major problem for organisations throughout the world. The cost of the impact of stress on organisations can vary from many thousands to many millions of dollars. These costs are caused by the rise in absence, the rise in staff turnover, the fall in performance levels, the level of customer dissatisfaction, and increasingly in the cost of successful compensation claims.
Posts tagged as “Leadership”
We are always living seems obvious but many people seem to go through most of their life on autopilot. Sure they have hopes and dreams, they have ideas and plans, yet few actually achieve them.
The bottom line is that we are complete humans, and as such we take our entire work knowledge home, and bring all of our personal knowledge and experience to work. So any form of growth or development will benefit you both personally and professionally.
The truth is, what we really need to do is work smarter not harder. There are many things we can do to work harder, including building our skills, our capacities, our network, and our experience.
Are you just about to leave university? You are just setting out in the job market? You have a number of hurdles to get over before you have the job you have been dreaming of. You find the thought of an interview daunting. You want to make a good impression and succeed!
Creating a good impression at an interview isnt rocket science. This article will help you face that all important interview with confidence.
Typically people have an either or mindset which inevitably leads to suboptimal solutions, and under satisfying compromises. By switching to the both and mindset you can become more successful and paradoxically create greater clarity and balance in your life.
Great advice comes from many sources - parents, other relatives, consultants, bosses, co-workers, mentors, teachers, coaches, and friends. The important point to remember is to stay open, listen to everyone, but develop your own leadership style.