3 skills to help you better structure your day and challenges as a leader

We live in a fast-paced world.  People everywhere move from task to task within hours and even minutes.  Stress grows every day.  The cases of people who die after a burnout rise ever year (According to  APA in 2018  in the US 68 000 people have lost life after burn out). In this fast-paced world, leaders … Continue reading 3 skills to help you better structure your day and challenges as a leader

The overpromising senior leader and the mission impossible project – 5 steps to ensure real results for every project

One of the topics that have been overlooked is the one for the leader who gives promises, just to break them down after a while. There is a lot written on the topic of the leadership,  but very few of what is written is about this behavior and how to deal with it. Imagine(or not) … Continue reading The overpromising senior leader and the mission impossible project – 5 steps to ensure real results for every project

7 simple rules to make your day more productive

A topic I often hear to be discussed these days is how many things people are not able to finish within the deadlines set.  People struggle with deadlines at work, with deadlines in their personal life, with promises they make to relatives, close friends, and families. And still, after all these struggles, most of them … Continue reading 7 simple rules to make your day more productive

How to create a negative attitude toward your company – animal skills for “senior leaders”

Today most large companies have a close relationship with talent identification organizations. Companies give these organizations projects, just to become a hated employer, because of some miscommunication in the processes they execute together with these partners.  I will shortly talk here on something crucial but still overlooked, because of ego or inconvenience, from most senior … Continue reading How to create a negative attitude toward your company – animal skills for “senior leaders”