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Discover the four-step process that leads to happier employees and higher profits

As a leader of people, you need to remove obstacles and encourage happiness in every facet of your business, says Karl Staib

9 things new moms should consider before returning to work

Sheela Preuitt offers some practical tips to those new mothers who are contemplating returning to their work life after the baby break

The makings of a good manager

When you compare the qualities of a leader and manager, you will find many similarities. They are reflections of each other and a good manager is on his way to becoming a great leader

The Zen of work

It is not the actual events that occur in our workplace that leave us stressed but our refusal to let go of our perceptions of them
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Boredom and burnout: The two sides of a coin

Burnout is not necessarily caused by excessive stress. On the contrary, it is often the result of boredom due to a paucity of challenges that test your mettle. According to research, work that has stopped engaging you can be harmful to your wellbeing. But it is possible to insulate yourself from the phenomenon that affects millions of unsuspecting executives

Wanted urgently: a compassionate boss

A good boss knows that fostering a culture of compassion in the workplace makes good business sense

When the Boss is Wrong By Sibichen K Mathew

This book provides insights on how to analyse yourself to become a boss who is respected

Integrity in a job interview? Absolutely!

Landing a job based on falsities always backfires; stick to old-fashioned honesty, even if that means it takes you longer to find one, says Marty Nemko

Dealing with colleagues who can send your stress levels soaring

There are ways to deal with those annoying colleagues who add to your work stress

Into the mind of a leader: The Secret Red Book of Leadership by Awdhesh Singh

The Secret Red Book of Leadership is a thought-provoking deconstruction of the ‘art’ of leadership and the personality of a leader