Business

What Kind of Leader Should One Be?

First and foremost, a leader should be a human. Everything else can be learned with goodwill, desire, work, and effort. If a leader leads people, they must see them as humans first, and the direction of leadership should…

Actions speak louder than words

I recently heard a saying: “When you have one worker too many, you have two workers too few.” There is a lot of truth in this because an idle person always needs company for chatting and taking breaks….

What does Innovation mean today?

Many companies place a great emphasis on innovation. Leaders are especially expected to be innovators, both in technical knowledge (improving processes, and products…) and in social “soft” skills (developing organization and relationships among colleagues…). But this is not…

Are Managers Perishable Goods?

I am an advocate and persistent supporter of an official, transparent, and honest business model always and everywhere, without exceptions. You might say that this is impossible in the business world and that business inherently involves stepping out…

Corporate Gossip Power

You give your best to be the best you can be, working beyond your job description, and always available when your help is needed. You are aware of your high level of intelligence and abilities, yet you continue…

The Truth About Career Advancement

To even start thinking about climbing the ladder of success and advancement in a corporation, you logically need to provide the values required (or not required) by your job description and meet the criteria set by the manager….

What are the benefits of internship or volunteering?

HR message to students I was inspired by a conversation earlier. Namely, I have been engaged continuously for five years in an extremely successful architectural firm. The Architectural Faculty insists on mandatory two-week internships. Talking to students and…

Finding Professional Fulfillment: The Power of Pursuing Your Passion in Work

My dear people, I am inspired by the interview I had today. Currently, I am looking for a person with specific work experience in a particular industry. The job is very demanding and responsible. I met a person…

How Individual Approach to Employees Transforms Satisfaction, Health, Productivity, and Overall Well-being?

Each generation carries specific values, attitudes, preferences, and communication styles that can influence their behavior in the workplace. Employers are increasingly striving to understand these differences and adapt their human resource management practices to meet the needs and…

Decoding Corporate Challenges: Training, Team Building, and the Work-Life Balance Dilemma

Modern trends in the business world impose a “rule” that every serious company, aiming to maintain its reputation and ensure future success, must provide employees with opportunities for additional development. There is nothing wrong with that; on the…

Injecting Logic into Meetings: A Blueprint for Effective Collaboration

I don’t like long and pointless business meetings. In fact, I believe hardly anyone likes them, except for those who see them as a stage for demonstrating power, addressing personal complexes, or as the only place where they…

Successful results and satisfied employees? It is possible too!

Agile teams are not a supervisory body, nor an ad-hoc created team, but executors. These are empowered teams that have the authority to make decisions…. Members of agile teams gain a sense of purpose and belonging and are…

Management adapted to the complex environment

System breakdown! We often use this saying when we notice that things are not working as they should. Then Manager 3.0 enters the scene, which “manages the system, not the people”. Everything flows, everything changes, and so does…

The truth about dysfunctional teams

The idea of organizing people into teams to create a product or provide a service seems pretty simple. What happens in practice that makes the implementation of this idea complicated? I always get a burst of enthusiasm and…

Why employees change jobs and employers and what is the solution?

A black and white border collie dog named Bingo was trained to guard a herd of goats. He listened to the boss with whom he spent a month working and socializing. They got along well and Bingo did…

How to Progress Without Knowledge and Morals: The Art of Being a Fake Manager

To climb the corporate ladder, it is crucial to navigate and thrive in corporate politics. If you choose this path, I have several pieces of advice for a secure success. Formal education is not decisive, and neither are…

Manipulators in Action: Fake It Until You Make It – Their Favorite Show

Knowledge is the most potent weapon in life’s struggles, even within the workplace. Those lacking it often resort to available alternatives, relying on some form of manipulation to obscure their deficiency in essential skills and knowledge. While not…

The Emotional Dimension of Layoffs

The constitutional right is the right to work. It is also a human, personal right. Unemployment is destructive to dignity and self-esteem. The problems that arise on a personal level don’t stay isolated; rather, they permeate into the…

Layoff – reasons and consequences

The constitutional right is the right to work. It is also human, personal… Unemployment is destructive to dignity and self-esteem. The problem that exists on a personal level does not stay there, but, as a result, is transferred…

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