Self Improvement

How to Overcome Interruptions At Work

Interruptions do the most damage when we allow their appearance to affect us long after we've returned to our initial task.

This can happen for a few reasons:We treat any break in our work flow like it's a fracture in the final product.We resent our seeming inability to avoid distractions and end up treating their appearance as a personal weakness.

We view distractions as a change in our journey instead of just another bend in the river.What can you do about it?

Dealing with Difficult Bosses

The emphasis on teamwork and cooperation in the workplace today is either not known to certain leaders or simply scorned and ignored. Some leaders prefer the term “boss” and they act in the ways stereotypical to the title.

Some are arrogant. Some are pushy. Some are over-your-shoulder inquisitive about your every project. And some are downright tyrannical.

Whatever the manifestation, the Difficult Boss syndrome is not as helpless as it seems….at least, in some cases.

Show you care at work!

Realizing the importance of caring for others in your career, what are some of the ways to demonstrate such a spirit? Previously I mentioned that to care for someone is to give that person something of yourself that is of value. The key words here are “give” and “of value.” Let us now look at how you can share each of your valuable possessions — your love, your time, your knowledge/talent, or your money - with others to help improve their lives.

Simplet techniques to build Confidence

Todays modern life style requires us to self to assess each one to become an expert, overwhelming self help courses to executive leadership programs, unless you develop a self assessment strategy all will not imporve your confidence in your self. you can improve your ability to outperform in the office when you can assess your learning and applying the same for career progression.

Using Annual Appraisal Review Process for your salary increase

Not every employer and employee has to think of performance reviews with the same dread as an appointment with the dentist.

It doesn't have to be confrontational. It doesn't have to be unpleasant. It doesn't have to be viewed as merely a way to avoid any potential litigation from dissatisfied or dismissed employees.

There are actually business benefits to be gained from instituting a program of evaluating employees on a regular basis.