How to know if your boss is a hands-on leader? We must look into some salient traits of a hands-on leader. A sleeves up, hands-on leader is a leader who gets involved in the day to day operations of the organization and maintains a close connection with the employees, rather than just overseeing work.
Do you feel like the last thing you want to do is to show up at work? Does it feel like that you are carrying a weight at all times when you are at work? And that something will go wrong at any moment? Do you experience shortness of breath, headache, palpitation, cold and clammy palms, and/or profuse perspiration? If that is the case, then my friend, you might be experiencing a toxic work place environment.
Are people hung up on job titles? They sure are. And why would they not be? We will look into that in detail. But first, let’s ponder over what would be the situation in an ideal world. In a perfect reality, some would argue that all that would matter would be the work done well and one would feel sated with the internal gratification brought about by the successful execution of a task.
It is a commonly agreed upon notion that working with a colleague or employee with ADHD is not easy. While it is true, this view does not justly encapsulate the experience of working with an ADHD colleague. People with ADHD bring certain advantages to the work and workplace.
We are at the brink of toppling over into the pit of unrecoverable environmental crisis – there is no way to say it that can be dramatic enough. And yet as gloomy and grave as the picture of our future is, there are viable solutions. Although fingers can be pointed at technology, but in the bigger picture, technology stands as our savior.
Interview preparation can be a daunting prospect. One small slip during the interview and you lose the chance of pursuing your long term dreams and goals. Scared? Don’t worry, because you are not alone. Anxiety and apprehension before an interview is fairly common. Some people go as far as to develop ergophobia —a phobia of interviews.
What can an organization do to improve its talent pool of employees, to boost its employer brand image, and to have motivated new recruits? Answer: effective candidate management. It is imperative for the hiring establishment that new members of its work team start off with a pleasant experience.
The position of the chief executive is not the easiest to fill. To be a leader means to truly lead a team —either into its success or its failure. And the key quality of a leader is to be able to take responsibility for either one of these consequences, since they alone are in the unique position to be able to impact and influence output the most.