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5 ways to reduce workplace stress

In today’s frenetic business environment, workplace stress is a common phenomenon among employees who find it difficult to manage the workload and seniors’ expectations. Long working hours, unrealistic deadlines, lack of systems and processes, and even lack of…

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3 Ways to Increase Your Career Communication Confidence During Career Transition

How do you communicate confidently as you explore new career opportunities? It’s not easy to project confidence when your future work role is a “work-in-progress”. Read this article for 3 ways to coach yourself to be more confident…

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Impress Before They See Your Resume

Ah. After much hard work, your resume is beautiful! You’ve spent countless hours (and perhaps a chunk of change) perfecting both its content and appearance and now you’re ready to send it out to fulfill its primary duty–landing…

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The Career Pivot (Your Career Direction)

Change is constant, prevalent, inevitable. We experience it in the weather as temperatures vary, in the seasons as spring cycles to winter, and within ourselves as we accumulate experiences. For most of us, these changes or transitions are…

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How to improve efficiency at workplace

Building a strong value system in the organization is vital. It primarily reflects the work efficiency of the employees of a company that helps to retain clients and get new businesses by timely delivery of quality work resulting…

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Not just technology, human-machine interface will shape our future: William ‘Bill’ Boulding

Automation has begun disrupting the job market, but at the same time more jobs are being created, according to William ‘Bill’ Boulding, dean of Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. In an interview with Prachi Verma Dadhwal, Boulding…

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What Goes Into an Executive Portfolio?

Other than a resume and a biography, what’s included in your executive portfolio will depend both on your background and on your career goals. With a resume limited to three pages at the most, there may be additional…

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Teachers for Gen Z

As new technologies take over all fields, teachers too need to re-skill and up-skill themselves. A month ago, at a professional development workshop for teachers, as part of an activity, I asked the participants to choose two words…

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Community training for employability

Safe educate aims to engage the underprivileged in skill development Community training is an initiative by Safeducate where the government, corporate, local governance bodies, NGOs and village communities come together to mobilise the youth, especially in backward regions…

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Are you listening?

Being empathetic is fine. But what if the shoes don’t fit, or are in a style that you just don’t like? There’s a lot of emphasis on “emotional intelligence” these days, and empathy is an integral part of…

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