There are many conversations that I have shared with women who have successful careers. It seems that there are some common themes which were being shared by the majority. Many have often commented that a perception of being aggressive has been built around them. Some went on to analyze how their male colleagues felt about… Continue reading Raise your voice Woman!!!
The relationship between a manager and his or her employees is often a big indicator on how motivated the staff may be. A lot has been written about improving this relationship and about how a manager can increase her staff performance through various techniques. However, I still find that there are a few individuals who… Continue reading What your manager is looking for
Growth is expected. We are born and then we naturally grow into adulthood through various phases. That’s the first growth cycle we experience. We then expand that to growth in every direction. Knowledge growth, muscle growth, maturity, and at some point career growth. Having a career naturally triggers an expectation for that career to grow.… Continue reading Career growth and its ownership
At a time which keeps proving that change is the only constant, being able to adapt to change has become a survival tool. Moreover, being able to drive change has become the skill set needed to stay ahead in the game. In order for organizations to compete and sustain their business, they must be able… Continue reading One way to shake up your organization – a case of being curious
"The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any." Alice Walker This week the USA celebrated women’s equality day, which commemorates the day American women were granted the constitutional right to vote in 1920. In Bahrain the right was there since its independence in 1973 though elections were… Continue reading Equality in the workplace