Supervisors and Managers – They’re Different!

Management hierarchy can be hard to understand – You as professionals may have trouble setting your professional goals too! You may wonder whether you’d like to become a supervisor or manager, for instance. So, understand the who Supervisors and Manager are, first. Supervisors are professionals who are in direct contact with operatives and the functions of […]

Dipping Down

You’re walking home and you spot $5 on the ground. I assume most people would pick it up and think it was a bit lucky finding the $5. Maybe you’ll donate it or you might even buy a lottery ticket while your luck is in. So for a minimum amount of effort (stooping down to […]

Dos and Don’ts to Deal with Difficult Parents

Have you ever come across angry parents at School and had no idea how you could possibly deal with them? Well, now you’ll know exactly how to do so. You need to understand something about dealing with difficult parents – these parents love their children educators like you need to understand that, be empathetic towards them. Here […]

Checkmate Whingeing

I’ve had a problem with my neighbour parking her car willy nilly on our nature strip for the same amount of time 6 ½ years. I reckon I’m a good neighbour but she likes my shaded nature strip particularly in Summer so her car doesn’t get so hot. So she abandons her driveway and her […]

Communication Skills for Organisations

Apple employees strived for better hardware products because Steve jobs inspired them. GE’s senior leadership team reached new heights primarily due to Jack Welch’s mentorship. Amazon ethos today is clear to its employees and the world due to Jeff Bezos’s careful articulation. All these leaders have one thing in common- outstanding communication skills. In this article, […]

Change Apathy

Last quarter we were working with a large health organisation. They were preparing for some major changes and they had engaged a change management trainer to run sessions for staff and managers. The exec team contacted us as they’d just finished the pilot program and were concerned that the change management training wasn’t up to date. […]

Why Offices have Become the Perfect Place for Passive-Aggressive Behaviour

From gossiping at the coffee machine to using emails to evade personal contact, today’s workspace offers numerous opportunities for passive-aggressive behaviour. Passive aggression is a masked and deliberate way of expressing hidden anger. A passive-aggressive employee will use numerous types of behaviour to get back at people, without them ever becoming aware of his anger. […]

How to Identify Passive-Aggressive People

“Behind the smile, a hidden knife!” This is an ancient Chinese proverb that aptly describes passive aggressive people. Many of us can easily spot overtly aggressive people. While it does not feel good when someone belittles, insults, or criticizes you, at least you know the reason behind feeling hurt. But some people around us, including […]

How to Deal with a Passive-Aggressive Boss

Bad bosses are not just a nuisance at the workplace. A leader’s overly critical, manipulative, credit-taking and passive-aggressive behaviour can cause workplace depression, bullying, psychological distress and job dissatisfaction among employees. If you are struggling with the consequences of your manager’s toxic personality, you are not alone. As per Mental Health America’s examination of more […]

6 Tips to Deal with Aggressive Behaviour

Most of us encounter hostile and aggressive behaviour at some point in our lives. You may come across people showing signs of frustration even at the slightest hint of an unpleasant situation. In fact, they may be oblivious to their behaviour and how their action might impact others. In such cases, it is necessary to […]

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