During my 30-year career, I have had the privilege of working directly with leaders at all levels, and have found that there is an overlap that suggests that 4 qualities are prerequisites for what makes a good leader. In this blog, I tell you what they are.
Underperforming employees are the bane of every manager’s existence. However, it’s not easy to find a way to motivate employees who are underperforming. In this blog I share 4 ways managers can try.
There are some times where my work life and my home life overlap. A good example of this is a lesson on the importance of prioritizing I recently experienced.
More studies on weight gain post-Covid are coming out every day. A couple of weeks ago I wrote about my neighbour joking about his new size. Whether they have experienced this or not, some …
A few years back, I wrote a blog examining whether conspiracy believers are a cult or not. Now, thanks to a group of protesters tying up the area near my office, I felt inspired to revisit this topic.
The effect of “Covid Habits” became a curiosity for me a few weeks ago, so in this blog, I examine the effects of the habits we formed this past 2 years and how can affect us as we’re heading towards life after the pandemic.
In this blog, I discuss the indications of a good corporate culture and how to face the fears of changes in culture.
The controversy surrounding the Canadian Trucker protests has continued, even after they ended. In this blog, I explore how our beliefs and the media coverage mold our view on these protests.
IF you’ve been losing friends over COVID, you’re not alone. And I think that this situation is ideal to take a moment to consider what kind of friendships you want in your life.
When a company focuses only on the bottom line, the employees lose their drive to give their discretionary effort. Read the blog to know a real life experience and its consequences for an organization.