Nelson Mandela leaves behind a legacy to his country and to the world. What will be the legacy that you pass onto your children?
Where are you on the ‘job satisfaction’ scale? Some people even work for nothing! Would you?
If you are arranging a meeting, then there is a role and responsibility for doing so because you are taking people away from something else that they could be doing.
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We are aware that all employees should be treated with dignity and respect and that bullying and harassment is detrimental to both morale and team dynamics and should never be tolerated. However, if you are being bullied, it is not always easy to know what action to take. All employers need to demonstrate a duty of care to everyone who works for them but, sadly, this is not always the case..
Productivity is being lost as people stop working early the day before the weekend. This is costing companies huge amounts of money every year.
In reality, having an idea is one thing but getting others to buy into it; give their support and take action on it, is another
In a group that exhibits poor dynamics, individual behaviour can disrupt work; lead to poor decision making, unproductive outcomes and unexplored options.
On an organisational level, when employees see how their role fits in with the company goals and vision, staff performance and productivity invariably rises. People are more creative and take a greater pride in their work so that the company operates more efficiently. From the CEO to company clients, everyone benefits from these positive effects.
There are times in all of our lives when we can lose focus and commitment to what we really want. We take our eye ‘off of the ball’ and then wonder why we don’t achieve our goal. We watch others pass us by to where they want to go and leave us behind, and we fail to understand the reason.
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Traffic jams, supermarket queues, computer crashes or a crowded metro are all stressors that can upset us and make us angry. We become irritable with our colleagues and shout at our family and loved ones. We become obsessed with trivia and suddenly that which should be the lowest of our priorities, develops into the most important problem in our life.