Every executive, entrepreneur and up-and-coming professional needs to have a professional bio. Whether this will be used on the company’s website, personal LinkedIn account or an individual portfolio, this document is important to highlight experience, skills and education.
Technology has been so integrated into our daily lives that we use apps on our phones or tablets to find local restaurants, communicate with others, watch videos and even shop. The problem is that the access to a wealth of apps uses up our valuable time that we need to spend working.
Most of us wouldn’t know what to concentrate on first if we didn’t have our to-do lists in front of us. A common evening activity for many busy professionals is to compile or revise a list of all the pressing tasks for the next day.
There are so many articles with advice on how successful people work – tips on how to organise one’s time, how to delegate, how to make decisions and how to lead others – but what do these individuals do on their time off? Are their weekends filled with different activities than the rest of us?
A business card is just a small piece of paper, but it can mean the difference between landing an important client or making a vital connection or not. Although the wording and the layout of these documents are typically pretty standard, read this article to consider how to perfect your business card.
Although it may take a long time to pronounce it, The Vroom-Yetton-Jago Normative Leadership Decision Model’s aim is to save you time by making the decision-making process faster and easier. While some people are able to make decisions on the spot without second guessing themselves, this ability is not innate to all of us.
An email signature is an often overlooked area where professionals can let other people learn more about themselves, their business and their contact information. Some of us simply sign our name at the bottom of emails we send out, while others only include a phone number.
Whether you have just been promoted to a managerial role, or you are simply looking to improve your leadership skills, most sources will tell you the most important skill all managers need is good communication. It’s easy enough to say that leaders must be able to explain their thoughts clearly and listen to their staff,[…..]