Photo by Ketut Subiyanto on Pexels.com I have often been accused of being an optimist - and I am proud of wearing that tag. However, let me give a fair warning that this post is not so 'optimistic'. Due to the way all the internet corporations work, my feed on Linkedin mostly has been flooded … Continue reading Has the world of work really become better?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXXevcPk2zM Webinar on April 17th on the topic of discovering and using your superpowers I have always been a believer of using your strengths. In this webinar, I talk about why it is important, how to discover your strengths using your successes and feedback and also talk about what to do with your "weaknesses". Don't … Continue reading Superpower
Over the last few weeks, I have been attending multiple webinars - at least two to three a week. Today, I attended "What Leaders Need to Consider When We Return to Offices". I was sure I would be distracted because it was 9:30 pm at night. The overwhelming feeling I had at the end however … Continue reading A “WOW” Learning Webinar Experience
The first thing that happens when you talk about gender bias to men and successful women is them ‘pooh-pooing’ it. They say it’s all in your head. Honestly, I was in this category a few years ago and I felt justified. I relied on the logic that everyone is responsible for their own courage and … Continue reading Gender bias – it exists. What can we do about it?
Everyone is scrambling for ideas for cost cutting! Naturally the panic has increased phenomenally in the last few days and it is not without reason. Businesses are quoting 'force majeure' and contracts are being cancelled. Priority is to try and ensure there is cash flow to pay salaries and get more businesses. Naturally HR folks … Continue reading Economy and HR’s role.