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AtoZ Blogging Challenge – Z for Zoom

AtoZ Blogging Challenge – Z for Zoom

Now I am not talking about photography here. When I say Zoom in the corporate reference, I mean perspective. The ability to look at things from a macro lens sometimes and a wide angle lens sometimes. Oops! Another photography reference 🙂 In our personal life […]

AtoZ Blogging Challenge – W for Women at Work

AtoZ Blogging Challenge – W for Women at Work

For the past few decades, women have been achieving more and more in the corporate world. We hear of women CEOs and don’t bat an eyelid. For several organisations, being led by a woman becomes a statement to be made in their favour. There is […]

AtoZ Blogging Challenge – R for Resume

AtoZ Blogging Challenge – R for Resume

One of the first things you will do when you decide to have a career will be to write out a Resume or a CV. In the recruitment world, people use the terms Bio Data, Curriculum Vitae (CV) and Resume interchangeably. However, there is a […]

AtoZ Blogging Challenge – Q for Quality vs Quanity

AtoZ Blogging Challenge – Q for Quality vs Quanity

Quality Vs Quantity is a constant battle faced by someone who has a shortage of resources. Even in our personal lives, we face this choice regularly. A shopaholic would understand this dilemma – one highstreet wardrobe workhorse or several trendy and cheaper pairs? In the […]

AtoZ Blogging Challenge – M for meeting

AtoZ Blogging Challenge – M for meeting

Meeting. A verb that has become a noun in the corporate world. Grammar trivia: Such words are called Gerunds. Okay okay, am not showing off. Coming back to meetings. Meetings are an essential part of corporate life. It is the time to solve problems, discuss […]

AtoZ Blogging Challenge – L for leadership

AtoZ Blogging Challenge – L for leadership

“You need to develop your leadership skills” is probably the most used line in performance feedback discussions, especially when the employee in question has less than a decade’s experience. I remember a few friends who were in the same team discussing their first ever appraisal. […]