3 Reasons to Build a Diverse Workforce

Building a great workforce takes no small amount of skill on the part of the recruiter. You are looking for that perfect combination of preparedness and excitement for the position. And, of course, you are working to select that one person that amplifies the great qualities your team already has, while still contributing a new … Continue reading “3 Reasons to Build a Diverse Workforce”

Reasons Why Overtime Is Actually Harming Your Business

It makes sense when business owners crunch the numbers. If they’re making a certain amount of money when employees are working X hours per week they’ll bring in more depending on the total amount of extra hours someone works. Unfortunately in the real world your employees aren’t robots, so you can’t use mathematical calculations to … Continue reading “Reasons Why Overtime Is Actually Harming Your Business”

Summer 2016 Roundup | Productivity

The Monthly Roundup series was not published for the past few months, as I was busy getting the Podcast up and running. So I decided to do a Summer Roundup instead (for the months of June, July, August). Summer is a busy time for most people. Everyone is usually away travelling or involved in some … Continue reading “Summer 2016 Roundup | Productivity”

Want to Network Better? Stop Networking

I honestly believe relationships and the whole idea of “networking” is basically everything; I’ve written about it before as a result, here and here. Here’s why it’s become everything, IMHO: the job market is supposedly “back,” but it’s not really — 23 percent of people (1 in 4!) look for a new job every single … Continue reading “Want to Network Better? Stop Networking”

The Relationship Between Meditation and Productivity

Being Productive is often associated with getting more done. It may sound counter intuitive to associate something like meditation, which idles the mind, with productivity. This is not one of those new age, pseudo-science posts about meditation & and how it will help you get connected to your chakras, circles and the whole world. No.. … Continue reading “The Relationship Between Meditation and Productivity”

Weekly Roundup | Jan 11 to Jan 15 2016 | Networking

Here are the Top 3 of the Most liked, shared and commented posts on the topic of Networking, for the week of January 11th to January 15th,2016. i). Former Colleagues are More Valuable than you Think David Burkus talks about importance of being connected with your colleagues from your previous workplaces. Keeping in touch with … Continue reading “Weekly Roundup | Jan 11 to Jan 15 2016 | Networking”

Weekly Roundup | Jan 11 to Jan 15 2016 | Accelerated Learning

Here are the Top 3 of the Most liked, shared and commented posts on Accelerated Learning, for the week of January 11th to January 15th,2016. 1. We Learn More When We Learn Together Jane E Dutton and Emily Heaphy share their findings that when people come together to learn, they increase the effectiveness of their … Continue reading “Weekly Roundup | Jan 11 to Jan 15 2016 | Accelerated Learning”

Weekly Roundup | Jan 11 to Jan 15 2016 | Leadership

Here are the Top 3 of the Most liked,shared and commented posts on Leadership, for the week of January 11th to January 15th,2016. i) 6 Things Great Leaders do Differently I have often showcased Dr. Travis Bradberry‘s posts in the monthly and weekly roundups. He always shares original and valuable insights. In this post, he … Continue reading “Weekly Roundup | Jan 11 to Jan 15 2016 | Leadership”

Monthly Roundup | December 2015 | Job Search

Hello and welcome to the December 2015 Edition of Monthly Roundup on the topic of Job Search. The articles in this roundup post have been selected based on the views & social shares that have been generated on the topic of Job Search. The One Question You should ask about every new job Adam Grant … Continue reading “Monthly Roundup | December 2015 | Job Search”

Monthly Roundup | December 2015 | Freelancing

Hello and welcome to the December 2015 Edition of Monthly Roundup on the topic of Freelancing. The articles in this roundup post have been selected based on the views & social shares that have been generated on the topic of Freelancing. The Freelancer Generation: Why Startups and Enterprises Need to Pay Attention This post talks … Continue reading “Monthly Roundup | December 2015 | Freelancing”