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.
Everybody tells lies, or do they? They may only be ‘white lies’ and most of us do this at some time or tend to be ‘economical with the truth’. We tell ourselves that it doesn’t really matter and convince ourselves accordingly.
When an organisation is going through a restructuring process, there can often be a negative impact on general morale and confidence.
Responsibility equals accountability which equals ownership. It doesn’t mean ‘passing the buck’. If all your employees had this sense of ownership in your organisation, how much more influential or successful do you think it would be?
Find out why some people are seen as ‘office rebels’.
If you are stressed out by email, then motivational speaker, Carole Spiers provides 5 top tips.
It is part of being human to make mistakes, as long as you don’t repeat them. Always remember that many successful people, like Richard Branson, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, all made many mistakes- and learned from them. Only usually you don’t know that!
Reduce stress with positive self talk. When things go wrong in your life, search for ways in which you can improve the situation and always try to learn from the experience.
Are you stuck in your current position, or job, with little opportunity for advancement? Are you fed-up waiting to move further up the career ladder? Carole Spiers shares some solutions.
Such companies or organisations have little understanding of work-life balance or of taking any action to support the mental and physical well-being of their staff. If they did, staff would feel more loyal, motivated, committed and likely not only to want to stay working in the organisation but also to recommend it to others