Learning and development can impact your career mobility. Being an agile learner – picking up new ideas and skills quickly, is important for keeping up with the pace of change. Some people are good at this, while others let their learning programs fall by the wayside. Here are some habits to help you stay on track!
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A scarf is one of the most versatile pieces of clothing, and a useful inclusion in your travel gear. It can be decorative and functional, providing practical clothing solutions for a range of situations. There is also another kind of scarf that brings a whole lot of different benefits.
Everyone has good days and bad. Sometimes though, you can fall into overwhelm – when the tasks stack up, the emails back up and deadlines seem to close in on you. With the benefits of neuroscience, we can get a better idea of what’s going on. This post looks at how knowing how your brain works can help you cope better with work.
I’ve talked about the importance of sleep for your brain, before today. But let’s take it a bit further. A recent report shows that leadership skill is hampered by sleep deprivation. That means organisations may be at risk if insomnia prevails.
What pushes your buttons? Is it traffic and drivers behaving badly? Or software that keeps booting you out of the system? Caught in meetings that run late? Whatever the cause, you will be well-regarded if you are able to “keep your cool” regardless. Here’s a tip to manage this.