Every so often, a conversation with an elderly relative reminds me of a story from Indian folklore that I heard when I was a child. And I was reminded once again of another story, this time on the topic of
Have you ever been in a conversation with a co-worker or a manager where it is obvious that he knows absolutely nothing about the subject at hand, and yet has plenty to say? Not only is everything he says clearly
Criticism can be hard to take. Even if it is well-meaning, it can hurt. And if it is unkind, it is even worse. What should you do? React or ignore it? Respond or walk-away? Act on it or disregard it.
If you’re just looking for a paycheque to cover your rent and groceries, then any old job will do. But if you’re looking for the right job – a career that will not only pay the bills but also excite
The ability to have better conversations will serve you well in any workplace environment or organization. By confidently engaging your co-workers, your boss, and even the most senior people you work with, you will be able to build better and
Glynis Devine and I have been professional colleagues for several years, but only just recently we also started collaborating on several projects. As a result, she has also become a dear friend. I am SO thrilled that she agreed to