How to Survive a 60-Hour Work Week

9 Tips to Keep Your Mind and Body Healthy It isn’t uncommon to have a 60-hour workweek occasionally, but some individuals find themselves repeatedly working these extra-long hours. If you are one of them, you may feel overworked which can affect your health, both mentally and physically. In addition to health problems, long weeks can take a […]

The Power of Body Language in the Workplace

A gesture, a smile and eye contact can be the make or break of you. How we use our body can say a lot about us. If you drop your shoulders and cross your arms, you’ll appear defensive and depressed. Whereas if your shoulders are raised, your head is held high and your palms are open, […]

Pros and Cons of Decision-making in a “Democratic” Style

Decision-making in a “democratic” style (also called consensus decision-making) seems like a way to achieve the best results from the decisions made in the workplace. If you can get all members of a group to agree on a decision, you will create a decision that everyone likes, respects, and supports. That’s the theory – but […]

10 Steps to Take When You’ve Made a Mistake at Work

Turn a “woops” into a “woohoo”. If there’s one thing that history books can teach us, it’s that mistakes have existed for as long as human beings have. Take the mighty Trojans, for example, who accepted the wooden horse as a gift of peace, granting the Greek soldiers inside it an entrance into Troy. Or […]
How the explosion of Artificial Intelligence (AI) will impact Your Career

How the explosion of Artificial Intelligence (AI) will impact Your Career

The emergence of ChatGPT has made artificial intelligence the biggest topic right now. This AI-powered chatbot developed by OpenAI, which is also supported by Microsoft, is well-known for its capacity to respond to inquiries, compose articles, and even engage in debating activities. How technology will impact our jobs and careers is another “hot” question that […]

The Next Era of Work Will Be About Skills, Not Pedigree

Companies have long utilized criteria including as qualifications, years of experience, and other background “signals” to evaluate candidates and select who will be hired. usage along the procedure, even thinking about promotion. However as time passes, this model’s flaws become increasingly obvious: According to 61% of company leaders polled by LinkedIn recently, it’s difficult to […]

How to improve your memory and accelerate your career

Following the worldwide Covid pandemic epidemic, not only did people’s physical health suffer greatly, but also their mental health. Post-Covid memory impairment is one of them. Many people have expressed their concerns about how they believe their memory is deteriorating, that it is harder to focus, and that they are losing their temper more frequently […]

Who should take a gap year and its advantages

The majority of us will have to choose between finding a job and graduate school when we graduate. However, recently, there has been a growing interest in the “gap year” option among young people. Additionally, even people who are already employed might take a year off in the job transition. (A “gap year” is a […]

Is Your Job at Risk of Automation?

Are you in danger of losing your job to automation? According to a study by the consulting firm McKinsey & Company, roughly one in three U.S. workers could cede some of their tasks or entire jobs to robots and other artificial intelligence by 2030. Employers are expected to rely increasingly on computers to do jobs that humans […]

Important Adaptability Skills for Workplace Success

Are you flexible and willing to learn? Do you accept change at work in a positive manner? Are you able to try new things and handle different workflows? If so, you show adaptability, one of the most highly sought-after leadership skills. Leaders that can adapt to change are motivated, not easily discouraged, and are usually more […]