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Learning never exhausts the mind” – Leonardo da Vinci

I agree with Princess Diana that everyone has the potential to give something back. This Blog is my way of giving back to society. Throughout my early professional career I was fortunate to have mentorship and guidance, learn from own mistakes, and grow stronger. Today I am actively working on further developing my skills in coaching and mentoring. And with my writing I hope to support anyone on their journey.

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Why volunteering activities are advertised in the times of workplace crisis?

One of my LinkedIn contacts has recently shared a post regarding social impact and volunteering, sharing her favorite resources and communities she is currently engaged with. It got me thinking about voluntary work, and why we are talking about it more often especially in the times of global workplace crisis. I personally took up aContinue reading “Why volunteering activities are advertised in the times of workplace crisis?”

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How to keep a healthy mind under growing pressure since work from home and uncertainty in the world?

Have you ever experienced a burnout at work? If you have not, there is a good chance one of your colleagues has or is very close to having one. Studies show that among common causes of workplace absence is mental health problems – mental exhaustion and work-related stress in particular. Stress can easily build upContinue reading “How to keep a healthy mind under growing pressure since work from home and uncertainty in the world?”

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Why learn how to fail?

Last week I participated in a Virtual Success Summit as I was looking for more inspiration for my mentoring and coaching development. I did not set any expectations for this event, so it did not come as a surprise that most of the talks about success were based on the pain, repetitive failure and storiesContinue reading “Why learn how to fail?”

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How to lay off employees in a humane way and not crash them on the exit

It is quite normal to be waking up to the news of yet one more layoff from another company struggling to survive the consequences of this pandemic. The unemployment rates are spiking up with a blink of an eye and numbers of people being let go are between 10% to even 50%, and many companiesContinue reading “How to lay off employees in a humane way and not crash them on the exit”

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How to ask for and offer help during uncertainty

During this critical time in history we talk about leadership and crisis management more than ever. We see a lot of behavioral models* being tested, we question organizational structures in our companies, and we find a new article every day describing techniques on leading through uncertainty. This might seem like a C-level discussion that doesContinue reading “How to ask for and offer help during uncertainty”

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