Not long ago, military conflict seemed like a distant prospect primarily observed in historical documentaries about the great calamities that troubled humanity decades ago. Not only did they seem dystopian due to their futility, but they also appeared increasingly impossible due to the global alliances that had kept us at peace for several generations. ARead more 5 REASONS WHY WE NEED A SOLDIER’S MENTALITY
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Let’s pretend you are a person from the Stone Age. You are in your cave, getting ready for a hunt, but something outside the cave seems dangerous. You hear violent sounds that you don’t understand. You have two options: give up on the hunt, spend the night hungry but live another day, or risk yourRead more How to overcome the tendency towards negativity
This article is not for those who read studies on how to meditate, how to wake up without an alarm, how to live longer, better, and more peacefully. This article is for those who jump out of bed in the morning and are ready to put out fires, real or imaginary, who are always inRead more TRAINING IN TIMES OF WAR
The organization of an end-of-year event for your team can be a wonderful way to end the year on a positive note and strengthen relationships within the team. To ensure the success of such an event, you need to consider several essential criteria that will contribute to creating a memorable experience for all participants. TheRead more 5 THINGS TO CONSIDER FOR A SUCCESSFUL YEAR-END EVENT
It is very easy not to respond and keep our thoughts to ourselves, even if they are negative. It is very easy to get upset, lose our temper, and become hostile towards others. What is not easy is maintaining an assertive approach, avoiding the fight-or-flight reaction, and staying calm. Healthy reactions lead to the formationRead more Assertive or… Aggressive?
In the busy and competitive world we live in, people are constantly seeking ways to improve their performance and achieve their goals. In this context, John Whitmore’s GROW technique has become a popular and effective coaching method used for personal and professional development. This article explores the foundation and key components of the GROW techniqueRead more The GROW technique: an efficient model for personal and professional development
The act of volunteering offers valuable insights into employee engagement by showcasing individuals who willingly offer their time and energy towards a cause or organization they feel passionate about. Here are some key takeaways that may be gathered from such experiences: Purpose Volunteering provides a sense of purpose, enabling individuals to feel that they areRead more What volunteering taught me about employee engagement
Team building is an effective tool when you want to develop an organizational culture based on teamwork, but also to motivate employees in a fun way. In addition, it also helps participants to get to know each other and increase the level of trust at the team level. If you are still wondering why youRead more Why go with your team in a Teambuilding
I recently returned after the longest period of wandering I ever dreamed I would have, 1 month and a day spent in 5 countries across Africa, crossed by motorbike. It took me many years to understand the impact Jules Verne had on me as a child, and only late in adulthood I learned that IRead more The long journey of becoming
Or at least that’s what Forbes says in a research done with Gallup in 2019. Over 80% of employees leave their jobs because of their boss. Basically, if you look at these bleak statistics, it turns out that being a manager is super bad, why would you do it? On the other hand, one ofRead more Why do 71% of managers hate their jobs?
Where are you on the scale of change lovers, from “totally paralyzed” to “I want more!”? I have always liked change to some extent, but I have often hit a wall of fears and frustrations, generated by the difficulty of understanding the whole process and, above all, where it stops. It wasn’t until I startedRead more 3 tips to embrace change
Perhaps the most dramatic and fascinating component of life is that we were not born with a user manual. Look around you, everything you use has a user manual. From the pan bought in Ikea, to the phone or laptop on which you read what I write here, each of the things in our livesRead more Short user manual of life