I wrote this article three years ago now. With all the commotion like the burning of university facilities and schools, and campaigns like #FeesMustFall that has happened since, I felt it necessary to share it again. My biggest question three years on is found in the statement by William Shakespeare, “The purest treasure mortal times
If you feel like your employees are more and more dissatisfied with their jobs and careers, the statistics actually back up your suspicions. According to a survey recently conducted by CareerBuilder, 21% of full-time employees plan on changing jobs this year, up 4% compared to recent years.
The best things in life may be free, but that doesn’t mean they won’t take time, sweat, and perseverance to acquire. That’s especially the case when it comes to learning important life skills. In an effort to ascertain which talents are worth the investment, one Quora reader posed the question: What are the hardest and most
Many people view the terms “boss” and “leader” as interchangeable — but they are vastly different. To determine which one you are, I encourage you to honestly answer this question: Do you: a) see your team members as an aggravating necessity that you have to put up with in order to accomplish day-to-day activities and achieve goals?
One of the hardest transitions in my career came when I was promoted to manage the team that I was a part of. It happened after a major corporate acquisition prompted my boss at the time to take an early retirement offer. Friday I was part of the team, and Monday I was the manager.