What You Don't Know About The Impression You Make

When people see you for the first time, their impressions are formed instantly on the basis of the visual cues your face and body provide. Within seconds, your impression is registered by others on the basis of your gender and race. They then go on ...

Jan 5

Categories: Career Development and Change, Emotional Intelligence

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Living your life

Are you living the dreams of someone else’s will? Have your dreams and aspirations become a fantasy and is now long buried within you?

Jun 26

Categories: Adult psychological development, Career Development and Change

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Importance of allowing personalisation of workspace

Football clubs merchandise laid across the desk, polaroid photos stringed at the desk pin board. The reason to bringing personal objects in the workplace is being explored.

Mar 28

Categories: Career Development and Change, Workplace Issues

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Working on a Treadmill Boosts Memory and Concentration

Imagine gaining health benefits while working? Neuroscientists in Canada said that the advantage of having a treadmill desk is indisputable.

Mar 27

Categories: Career Development and Change

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Emotions Affecting Outcome

Does telling someone that the test is really hard affect their response to situation? A deliberate suggestion can influence how well people remember things, how they respond to medical treatments, and even how well they will perform and behave, ...

Mar 21

Categories: Career Development and Change

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Maximising Productivity

What’s the best way to start your day so that you really get things done?

Mar 20

Categories: Career Development and Change

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Easiest Productivity Hack

You can literally do this in one second. To learn better, hit control-s and “outsource” your remembering.

Feb 13

Categories: Career Development and Change

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Two Personal Qualities Vital to Success

Here are two trainable personal qualities which predict success four times more than intelligence. Being open to experience and conscientious is four times more important than intelligence in predicting academic success, a new research review finds.

Feb 7

Categories: Career Development and Change

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Emotion that drives people to work harder

People prone to feeling guilty are amongst the hardest workers, a new study finds. Not only that but people prone to feeling guilty are also highly ethical and are less likely to take advantage of other people’s skills to get paid more.

Feb 7

Categories: Career Development and Change

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How Your Boss's Ethics Can Hurt Your Career

Professionals may believe they can maintain an ethical reputation by merely refraining from morally questionable practices: Don't steal, cheat, or bully others. But this alone is not enough. If a higher-up in your organization is found guilty of ...

Dec 1

Categories: Career Development and Change, Workplace Issues

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