If you are going from job to job and repeatedly experiencing the same problems, it may be you who is the problem! While it’s possible that you’re really unlucky, it’s much more likely that you are bringing the same unhealthy attitudes and behaviours with you from workplace to workplace and blaming
In the book “How Women Rise: break the 12 habits holding you back from your next raise, promotion, or job” by Sally Helgesen and Marshall Goldsmith, former Intel executive Ted Jenkins describes how there are four kinds of power in an organization and that “power is influence potential”. We examine them here and suggest how you can put that power to work for you.
Virtually all of us will experience unemployment at some point. Being out of work impacts each of us differently but, for many, a good deal of our identity is wrapped upin who we are in the workplace. Without work, it’s possible to lose that sense of self, and the confidence that comes with it.
Good conversations are a delight to share in and do much to bring us together. But what is the key to good conversation? Why do some seem better than others? Many believe it comes down to content, but while content is certainly important, there is another essential component of good conversation — and that’s talk ratio.