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ACHIEVING RESULTS: GETTING THINGS DONE

  • Admin
    Admin
  • June 15, 2015
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If you are like me, you like getting things done and doing them well. But how have you typically ensured that things get done? What have you done in particular that was effective? How could you have been more effective? What do you see as being the key to ensuring that things get done? We…

ADAPTABILITY: GET OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE

When was the last time you challenged the status quo to achieve breakthrough performance?  In today’s environment of complex challenges and rapid change, the ability to solve problems is critical for survival. Unfortunately when we are in a position for a long time, we may tend to become accustomed to the status quo and fail to…

LEVELS OF RESPONSIBILITY :TAKE THE NEXT STEP

  • Admin
    Admin
  • April 8, 2015
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A job or position usually falls in one of the organization’s hierarchical levels of responsibility. Each level of responsibility has a different set of requirements and elicits different expectations from the client. Indeed the clients may differ from one level of responsibility to another. There are level specific challenges an employee faces at each level…

INNOVATION

INNOVATION : A DIFFERENT WAY OF DOING IT

When was the last time you proposed a new idea in your work place?  What was it? Was it implemented? Perhaps you have heard this question somewhere in your work place or network. It is generally a question about innovation. An innovation has been defined variously as a new idea, a new way put into…

ETHICAL DILEMMA

TO DO OR NOT TO DO: ETHICAL DILEMMA AND PERFORMANCE

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    Admin
  • March 24, 2015
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An ethical dilemma is a an apparent mental conflict between moral imperatives or actions, principles or values in which to obey one would result in transgressing another. Ethical dilemmas challenge an employee’s ability to determine the right thing amidst opposing moral or ethical imperatives. Employees often experience ethical dilemmas in their careers where they are faced…

Drivers of Performance

Drivers of Performance

  • ED Dir
    ED Dir
  • March 3, 2015
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Individual differences in drivers of performance are a function of three predictors i.e. declarative knowledge, procedural knowledge and motivation. Declarative knowledge refers to knowledge about facts, principles, objects, etc. It represents the knowledge of a given task’s requirements. It is the knowledge of “what’ to do”. In career advancement declarative knowledge would entail the understanding…

CAREER ENHANCEMENT

GETTING TO NEW HEIGHTS: THE LOGICAL APPROACH TO CAREER ENHANCEMENT

  • ED Dir
    ED Dir
  • February 24, 2015
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Career  enhancement  is  often  taken  too  lightly.  Very  often  individuals  go  with  the  tide  after they get that much searched-for job  and  end up as mediocre  at  their  jobs. They  fail to understand  that  career advancement  is a deliberate  intervention  that  must systematically  be planned  and  implemented.  They  miss that rare but important opportunity to…

CAREER GROWTH

CAREER GROWTH : IS YOUR ATTITUDE LETTING YOU DOWN?

  • ED Dir
    ED Dir
  • February 2, 2015
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Attitude can be defined as a positive or negative evaluation of people, objects, event, activities, ideas, or just about anything in your environment-also called “attitude objects”. Attitude influences the way we feel, the way we behave or act and the way we believe or think or what we know of an attitude object. All these…

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