In this post Abhay Joshi urges you to look beyond conventional notions of growth. Why not consider the fun of learning new things and gathering experiences as an end in itself?
Managers of managers must beware of taking on their juniors’ work.
Tips on how to deal with people who are indispensable but come with
To manage progress on your strategic initiatives, improve communication and overall team effectiveness, you need effective delegation. See how you can get started with a simple task tracking system.
An interesting set of comments on the earlier post.
Leaders often fail to communicate to the organisation. Here’s why. And what you can do about it.
Stay at your position for long. Dont rush. Enjoy the journey.
A guest post from Sanjiv Marathe. A story of initiative versus following the rules.
Tolerance for varying styles of work may actually make you happier and more successful.
An inspirational and touching video.
We look at specific techniques for modifying self talk towards happiness.
People find meaning and happiness in doing what they like rather than simply moving up the management ladder.
Self talk is the engine that drives our feelings. Managing it is central to finding happiness.
We look at the process of becoming unhappy in some detail.
Sanjay Sondhi gave up a flourishing corporate career and chose a unique path for himself. He is happier for it.
When mastered, delegation can be a fine tool for development of the individual and of the organisation
An interesting set of comments from readers on the previous post.
Allowing your juniors to make mistakes will make it easier to delegate.
Delegation is necessary for you and your juniors to grow. It is the only way you can find time for life and prevent work overload and burnout. But it can be hard for some. We start to take a closer look.
Getting your career in the fast track could be easy if we can spot suitable opportunities. Here is an interesting example.
A startling article in the Economist.
Here are some examples to illustrate how this approach may make a fundamental difference.
Is there a conflict between being Outcome-Oriented and Happiness at work?
A post of how to change yourself to become outcome oriented and generate results
Lack of time may hide deeper problems.
Beliefs about being a nice boss can actually have the reverse effect.