Jun 25

Stronger leadership skills

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If someone asked you to say what the basics of good leadership are, what would you tell them? Perhaps you’d use phrases like “having integrity,” “inspiring people,” “leading from the front,” and a whole range of other phrases besides that. Good leadership involves many different attributes, but there are common factors that link many of […]

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Jun 24

Creativity

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Exercising your creative thinking skills is a critical part of life, no matter the field you work on. According to Alves et al, (2005), creativity can in a simple way be identified as the generation of ideas whereas innovation implies the transformation of these ideas into a new product or service for someone to buy […]

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Jun 24

Strategic planning: analysis and evaluation, creating solutions and projecting outcomes

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Generally, networking is explained as the exchange of information and ideas among people with a common profession or special interest, usually in an informal social setting. Networking often begins with a single point of common ground. But what is networking about, indeed? There are 3 main concepts of networking among public members: Networking is a […]

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Jun 24

Performing under pressure

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he term “performing under pressure” is usually mentioned in professional life but we may also have to perform under pressure in our personal life. We might come across performance under pressure, when we lack the expertise or knowledge required to complete a task (Bigelow, 2019). Performing under pressure requires effective emotional management, so that feelings, […]

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Jun 24

Giving clear feedback

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„Knowing what your strengths are is the most important thing an individual can know about himself or herself. “ Peter F. Drucker, management thinker Feedback is probably one of the most difficult and sensitive processes in interpersonal communication.  ‘It is easy to hurt people with criticism, but false compliments are also unhelpful.  P. F. Drucker […]

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Jun 24

Supervising and Mentoring

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Mentorship is described as a dedicated relationship whereby a senior or more experienced person provides advice, counselling, and development opportunities to shape the career experience of a junior person through both career and psychological support (Eby, 1997). Mentoring can bring about a range of benefits for low qualified adults, such as improved relationships, increased communication […]

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Jun 24

Empowerment and Motivation

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Empowerment is suggested to encompass individual goals (e.g., ability, autonomy, control and self-efficacy) and acts as a process for personal development (Hansson and Björkman, 2005); in addition, it is defined as a process through which people gain greater control over decisions and actions, set new goals and develop of methods and strategies to reach the […]

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