Punctuality can help you improve your job success. The Woman Post brings you a clever yet simple strategy by which you can change the lateness habit and become an early arrival who gets more done during the workday.
StoryCorps founder and winner of the 2015 TED prize, Dave Isay, provides insightful advice on finding the job that is right for you. He mentions that people don’t find their perfect job, but they fight for it.
The growth mindset is an essential element if you want to be current today and excel in the near future. Knowing that you can be a better version of yourself is the first step to develop key competencies.
The labor technology landscape has shed some traditionalist obstacles to women's professional development. This possibility includes flexibility at work, the suppression of mobilization, digital learning, and the connection to participate in the new era.
Do not be afraid to take on challenges, do not wonder too much if you are ready, if that is the opportunity you have been looking for or if it is time to move forward, ask for help if you need it but do not be afraid. That is Ana Laura Ludlow's message for Mexican and Latina women.
The pandemic reaches the corporate media as a sweeping phenomenon that creates volatile, complex, ambiguous, and uncontrollable environments known as VUCA, which have forced companies worldwide to react with high-performance and agile teams that can prevail and be resilient.
When organizations create deeply inclusive environments, employees feel safe to learn and contribute. By psychological safety, you can accelerate learning, increase the contribution, and stimulate innovation within your team.
In 2010, The Times defined the mansplainer as "A man determined to explain or give his opinion on any subject, especially when speaking with a woman. He often speaks condescendingly, even if he doesn't know what he's talking about or it's none of his business."