A serious fact for all of us, at some point we all have acted toxic on way or another be it in a relationship or professional life. Damaging our ways with people on way or another. Being toxic is something no one is immune to, but the key is to identify, improve and balance. Whether… Continue reading Letting go of negativity and changing your life for good
A reality check! – Being in front of a camera lens staring right back at us makes most of us nervous. It’s a daunting situation and most of us end up making mistakes that we don’t intend to. Skype, Zoom, Bottim and Microsoft team has been the popular applications for online interview. If you have… Continue reading A bit of this and that for Remote interviews
Gossip culture is the fastest way to destroy any corporate culture. There is no nice way to say this. Allowing your employees to gossip about each other is like letting them swim in river full of alligators. Good leaders don’t participate in gossip and they don’t tolerate when others gossip. Gossip not only destroys trust,… Continue reading Tittle-tattle at workplace
It has been 10 days since I last went outside for some groceries and stuff. It's not easy to stay home and work-life many of us find struggling but here is how I'm keeping up with my daily life. I hope it helps. 1. Wakeup as you would for your everyday office. I'm not working… Continue reading My #Stayhome routine!
Definition by dictionary: It’s my way or highway that is commonly used idiom in micromanagement which indicates an authority of either take it or leave it to employee or subordinate who is not able to negotiate or challenge the person in authority. An employee should either do as he is been told or he can… Continue reading My way or the highway – why micromanagement is exhausting?