If employees find meaning in their work and are valued for whatever they do, their motivation levels will always be at their peak. The best that any organisation can do is attach meaning to the employee’s work as a sense of meaning will win over the impediments that hinder employees’ growth in the organisation.
Most professional school programs are over focused on disseminating information and knowledge, but less focused on skills that would help graduates in their career. Hence, it is important for professional schools to revamp their curriculum design and delivery and make it focused on developing skills for the future.
With women now owning over a third of the world’s private wealth, their direction of travel has the potential to completely reconfigure the investment industry. With more and more women asserting their view on what the world should look like, one can expect a cleaner, fairer, equitable, and sustainable tomorrow.
Keeping the customers happy and satisfied is critical to the survival of business in today’s ‘customer’s era’. Having a robust customer management system can help companies acquire new customers, retain the existing ones, and also convert potential customers to customers/consumers.
Successful negotiations are all about using soft skills to find the sweet spot where a favourable outcome can be reached for all sides. When people feel like they are being heard and valued, they are more likely to agree and cooperate in the process.
Work-life balance is central to managing one’s quality of life. It is much like walking on a tight rope. If you know how to balance both work life and personal life, you will certainly lead a happy life; failing to do so may leave you distressed.
A special initiative by organisations, typically set up when they are scaling up or going through a phase of transformation, Program Management Office (PMO) is a focused, high-impact effort to solve a burning issue such as accelerating sales or turning around profitability.