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Solo Travel for Women of all Ages: Books that’ll make you want to travel solo.

Solo women travelers are almost always assumed to be adventure-hungry young backpackers. But who said that there’s an age limit to being a solo traveler consumed with wanderlust? 629 more words

Solo Travel

The Art of GIVING.

“As we work to create light for others, we naturally light our own way.”

-Marry Anne Radmacher

In our life, we all come across to one moment, when somebody asking for some help in some form.

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Personal Development

Why The Individual And Their Issues Are Critically Important For Managers

Why The Individual And Their Issues Are Critically Important For Managers

Your responsibilities as a Manager for each individual should be the following;

  • understand the team members as individuals – personality, skills, strengths, needs, aims and fears…
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Management

3 ways to improve accountability in the office

Personal accountability in a workplace setting is a crucial part of interpersonal skills and team development. If an employee lacks or struggles with accountability, office relationships and productivity can be negatively affected. 279 more words

Professional Development

Interview Tips | The 10 Second Interview

Anxiety, stress, disquiet and concern – all of these sentiments rush through a person a night before an interview. The catch is to survive through it making the most of the opportunity to make a good first impression. 219 more words

Employability Skills

How to build SELF AWARENESS to achieve SUCCESS

JOHARI Window, well an episode came into my mind, so I thought why not to write on this topic this time. 7 years back I was in Bangalore for my professional industrial training in HR. 686 more words

Personal Development

Top Tips To Improve Your Managerial Communication

Top Tips To Improve Your Managerial Communication

Managers must communicate effectively and efficiently with the staff and teams that they manage – often very skilled and highly competent managers fail to deliver their targets and achieve their goals not through lack of knowledge or expertise but simply by having a weak or under-developed base of communication skills. 419 more words

Management