All posts tagged "career workplace"

  • How to be a confident woman in business and work

    Being a woman in the workplace is a very complicated matter nowadays. Actually, being a woman in general is difficult nowadays, but this is a completely different problem. Even though we live in the 21st...

  • 5 ways to prepare yourself for the future of work

    In times of economic uncertainty, it can be comforting to seek a recession-proof job.  The sad reality, however, is that all jobs are prone to change and open to economic impact. Currently, tourism, retail, professional...

  • Simple ways to promote a healthy and productive workplace

    There is something archaic about the way we tend to approach workplace challenges. There exist such fantastic options to enrich the working environment with positivity, to create a place conducive to the wellbeing of everyone...

  • How to have a ‘sensible’ argument in the workplace

    Unless you are one of those people who can make a drama out of a borrowed paperclip (there’s a diplomatic name for it: high-conflict people) then you might go months at a time without approaching...

  • How to go back to work after a career break

    There are very many reasons why a woman might choose to take a long career break; she might have chosen to stay at home and raise a family, for example, or perhaps she wanted to...

  • You’ve got this: Dealing with a ‘Game of Thrones’ workplace

    Dr Froswa’ Booker-Drew answers your questions, putting her years of experience and practice into the goal of solving those knotty problems that beset us, and assuring us: ‘you’ve got this’. If you’d like Froswa’ to...

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    How to be seen and heard in your career

    In this day and age many workplaces and businesses still entertain a hidden competition between sexes, where women are considered the weaker sex and the ‘male’ way is still the predominant way. In those kinds...

  • Why you need to adapt your behaviour to forge better work relationships

    “Watch what people do, not what they say.”  We’ve all heard this saying before and it’s never been truer than it is today. The way you behave tells people everything they need to know about...

  • The real cost of workplace bullying

    Workplace bullying is a problem that’s often overlooked, but if it’s dismissed or not treated early enough, it can become extremely costly to a business. Where there is a mix of personalities there is bound...