Building a Positive Self-Concept

Self-concept can be defined as the view of one has of himself/herself. A child’s self-concept begins to develop at his birth; this is how the adults respond to them. Parents create positive emotional bonding with love and caring interaction with the eye contact. The positive emotional bonding from parents creates a strong positive self-concept in […]

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Change the Way You Persuade

Persuasion is hard, especially when the people have different perspectives; people have mindsets and values in their lives that could not be easily changed. Our brains are faster in processing those opinions that goes in favour of us than those we disagree with. Even if you have done your homework, and your arguments are well […]

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Art of Listening

According to my view listening is pillar of communication. People usually love to listen and praise great orators and follow their steps. Listening is an unsung hero of communication. Words are powerful, but listening can be equally too. Despite the benefits of listening, many people struggle with listening when others are speaking because you need […]

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MDi Announces Full Interactive Online Training

MDi is one of the pioneers of e-learning in Pakistan offering e-learning courses on a variety of skills for over a decade. Similar to our face-to-face public and in-house training programs, the MDi e-learning programs have always brought great value for our learners. The current circumstances related to COVID-19 are however not conducive for holding […]

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Do You Wish to Be an Employee or Employer?

Based on an Article by Remez Sasson Ask yourself, what would you like to be, an employee or an employer? As an employee, you work for others. You make money for other people and receive a salary, usually a fixed amount of money for each hour you work, or a fixed monthly amount. As an […]

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Save Time, Money, and Your Sanity with the 80/20 Rule in Marketing

Based on an Article by Brian Sutter: The 80/20 rule is a potent little rule that can increase your business revenue and make your life easier. The gist of 80/20 rule is that you get 80% of your result out of 20% of your efforts. For example, 80% of your revenue comes from 20% of […]

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The Importance of a Structured Grievance Process

As an employer, you will need to understand why it is important to have structured grievance process and how this not only beneficial for your company but for your employees too. Having a reasonable grievance procedure in the workplace can encourage a thorough, speedy and satisfactory resolution of the issues highlighted by an employee in […]

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Centric Strategies for Effective Leadership

Leaders who have a laser focus on developing, retaining and promoting internal talent create an environment of employee centricity which yields the growth, innovation and persistence of the organization. How can you implement new strategies to promote change and increase the productivity of your organization? Start with these three strategies. Great Leaders put their teams […]

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Respond vs. React: How to Keep Your Cool in Times of Stress

Based on an Article by Melissa Eisler Respond vs React: While these words may be similar in semantics, the difference between responding and reacting in stressful situations can be profound. The difference between the two lies in a deep breathe, a pause, or a brief moment of mindful presence. That moment can mean the difference […]

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Improvisation Can Make You Into a Better Leader

Improvisation is a training that will change who you are, Improvisation is a theoretical form where dialogue and action are made up on the spot. It seemed like many of my colleagues and clients lately are taking improve classes. So, I got curious, I wanted to know what improvisation offers to those of us who […]

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