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You are going to make decisions for your career throughout your life. One of the more unheard of but rapidly growing field is the healthcare management. Health management offers an immense amount of opportunities and challenges. Healthcare executives work in a different array of environments including hospitals, long term care facilities, home health agencies, consulting firms and many others.

Perhaps it can be said that healthcare is changing more rapidly than almost any other field. The field is changing in terms of how and where care is delivered, who is providing those services, and how that care is financed. Some of the trends which are expected to rise in the following years are

  • Integration of healthcare delivery organizations to create accessible, appropriate, and comprehensive care pathways for all people
  • Steady rate of advancement in medical technology

Collaboration among provider organizations, physicians, businesses, insurers, and others to improve community health status

  • Increased emphasis and awareness on prevention of diseases and wellness promotion
  • Better-informed patients demanding high-quality care
  • Pressure to control and regulate costs and demonstrate the value of the services delivered from business, government, insurers, and patients
  • Efforts to implement continuous quality improvement initiatives like those found in other fields


For this particular field, these times are just full of potential and opportunities. The field requires talented people to help introduce and manage the changes taking place. In their roles, healthcare executives have an opportunity to make a significant contribution to improving the health of the communities their organizations serve. Healthcare executives may be found in so many different places like



  • Specialty clinics
  • Hospitals
  • Public Health Resources
  • Nursing homes
  • Rehabilitation clinics
  • Pharmacies


According to American College of Healthcare Executives, it has been estimated that around 100,000 people work in health management positions at various levels. Admittedly, the senior level positions in healthcare organizations are highly demanding. However, it is worth mentioning that they also provide opportunities to upgrade the current system of care giving.

One must be careful never assume health executives are needed in only traditional hospital setting. It is an open fact that many healthcare executives are known to hold senior positions in a broad range of institutions. Of course, the drawback to this is that it has indeed made the competition fierce even at entry-level job. Due to this many positions, which previously demanded a bachelor’s degree, now requires a Master’s degree.  Each year, about 2,000 students receive graduate degrees in healthcare management.


A basic criteria for employing entry level managers is as following according to American College of Healthcare Executives


Academic training/previous work experience

  • sA degree in health administration from a school accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education or another degree that may qualify you
  • A commitment to professional development and continuing education
  • Previous positions, internships, and fellowships in healthcare organizations or other business settings

Communication skills

  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to develop and present reports and proposals

Adaptability/organizational fit

  • Personal and career objectives that mesh with those of the organization
  • Ability to work well with others, including superiors, subordinates, and peers
  • Attitude and appearance that communicate confidence, maturity, and competence

Dependability, judgment, character

  • Maturity to make decisions and take responsibility for them
  • Honest and ethical business conduct
  • Willingness to make a commitment to the organization

General management skills

  • Leadership that inspires and motivates others
  • Ability to train, delegate, evaluate, coordinate, and negotiate


If you want some general guidelines on how to establish your career in the healthcare management, consider the following tips.


  1. Investigate: investigate many educational programs both graduate and undergraduate. Programs vary widely from place to place. Some offer a broad summary of the field, while others provide in depth training in managing specific kinds of organizations.


  1. Stay updated on healthcare: Be aware of all the trends and changes occurring in the field and use them to create opportunities. These changes might originate from changing demographic and reimbursement trends to developments in healthcare policies.


  1. Be patient and flexible. It is highly possible that you will have to relocate to another part of the country to take advantage of a specific educational program or job opportunity. As mentioned above, different areas cater to different aspects of healthcare management.


  1. Develop interpersonal skills: Your success in the field of healthcare largely depends on your ability to get along well with people from all lifestyles. They may be employees, physicians, and the public. Knowing how to deal with each of them and how to negotiate and motivate them is crucial if you want to prosper in healthcare.


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It is said that good companies need the right people for the right roles. And it is completely true. However one of the often underappreciated aspect of a job is the workplace itself. The whole work environment affects your performance and your own workplace reflects the mindset in which you are in.

If you feel depressed just by thinking of your office or cubicle, have you wondered why it is so? Speaking about the workplace only, have you tried to set it up according to what you want or have you just let it be as it was before. Or worse, have you made it worse? These questions may seem insignificant on the outside but trust me, they are highly important.

If you haven’t optimized your workplace to your needs, you should start doing so. Below are few tips for helping you create your own ideal workplace.


  1. Silence or Noise:
    Many people prefer to work in silence. They enjoy the calm and serenity and they feel they are able to focus better on the task at hand due to the lack of distractions. However some prefer to have a little background noise. They feel active and in the moment and regard working in silence as boring. The choice is yours depending on your personality. If you are unable to find the quiet environment in a busy area, try plugging your headphones in. If you want a little noise, try listening to music with your headphones.
  2. Personalizing your space:
    If you feel disconnected from your work, try putting some familiar objects around you. Often people put a family portrait on their desks or shelves. You can perhaps change your screensaver to a picture of a family trip or of your pet. These things would help you get comfortable in your workplace.
  3. Get rid of clutter:Keep it simple and neat. Get rid of everything that is unnecessary. We all have that one particular room or corner of the house where everything gets dumped. Don’t make that mistake in your office. Having too many items on your desk or desktop can distract you from being productive. Plus it makes finding things a lot harder.
    If you are working on-the-go, take a “go-bag” which would contain all the essential items which are always needed, like chargers, identification, devices, documents and other stuff. Just avoid creating a messy environment.
  1. Plants, open windows, air fresheners:
    Many studies have been done to show that there is a distinct relation between scents and memories. So why not apply that theory in your workplace too? If you have a positive reaction to a certain scent, why not apply it? Use air fresheners to keep your environment fresh and clean. You can install some potted plants too to keep it bright. A bouquet of flowers can sweeten up your workplace and make it more aesthetically appealing.
  2. Lighting/brightness:
    If your workplace has fluorescent lights only, it is possible that it would be stuffy and you would feel trapped. It is proved through various studies that natural lighting has a positive effect on our health and mood. We all love that feeling of getting the warmth of natural sunlight on our skin. An open window can allow for a light and cool breeze which can be refreshing.
    If you work in a place where you don’t have access to a window, placing a simple lamp can help you give warmth to your work environment.
  1. Overexposure to screens:
    Screen-time can be a huge part of our work lives and day to day activities. Not only can you adjust the brightness of your screen, you can also alter the font size, style, color, and contrast to keep you from squinting and straining your eyes. Many eye doctors prescribe the “20-20-20” rule which is
  • Look away from your computer at least every 20 minutes
  • Gaze at a distant object (at least 20 feet away)
  • Look at it for at least 20 seconds
  1. Neck pain and back strain:
    An important one this is. It is vital that you work in a position that makes you comfortable and allows you to maintain a good posture. A standing desk can prevent you from tightening up and slouching all day but of course, standing for long periods of time will not be good for anyone. Similarly sitting for a long period of time has adverse effects too. Simply put, having a comfortable chair and high enough desk will do wonders. Holding up your device at the eye level also goes a long way.
  2. Water and snacks:
    Try keeping a water bottle readily available at your desk. Drinking 6-8 cups of water can be hard to keep track of and may often prove to be distracting. Staying hydrated not only keeps you refreshed but it is also crucial for your health, productivity and it increases your memory. Similarly keep some snacks around too. A hungry mind is not a focused mind.

Balance Work Life with Healthy Mind & Body

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As I write this article on my laptop; from the notes I made on my mobile; on my way back home, I realize that you can’t really keep your work away from home. Especially if your HOME is your WORKPLACE. For us lazy bees, our office is our laptop, so the idea of creating boundaries between professional life and home time, is nonexistent. Or maybe I am just in denial.


In our race to get everything done at the professional front as well as home, our stress levels spike, so our efficiency takes a run down the hill too. Stress can affect our concentration level, make us cantankerous or even miserable, and silently kills our personal and professional relationships. Take it from a doctor, it even raises the level of cortisone (the stress hormone) in our blood, weakens our immune system, predisposes us to a list of diseases no one would even want to know. That alone will get us stressed – creating a paradox.


While stress being something unavoidable, and may at times help us bring out the best, the key to managing stress lies in that one magic word: BALANCE.


“Balance is not better time management, but better boundary management.”

~ Betsy Jacobson


The fact that most of the workers face this dilemma just proves that there is a generational shift in our attitudes to work. Millennials (those born after 1980s) are more likely to blur the lines between work and home compared to Generation X (those born in 1970s). The reason being, the vast evolution of technology in less than a decade.


“Technology can be our best friend, and technology can also be the biggest party pooper of our lives. It interrupts our own story, interrupts our ability to have a thought or a daydream, to imagine something wonderful, because we’re too busy bridging the walk from the cafeteria back to the office on the cell phone.”

~ Steven Spielberg


Many people struggle striking a balance between health and work life because they feel it is impossible. But that’s not the case. Not only is achieving a healthy work life balance an attainable goal but workers and businesses reap the benefits. When workers manage to keep their social and professional life balanced, they are the most happy. This does not only makes them more productive but also makes them feel secure and wanting to continue with their job.


Even if you love your job or a pure workaholic like me, and so enjoy working, it is important to make sure, profession doesn’t take over your entire life. So to maintain that, a healthy mind and body is the key. Which directly assures a healthy work-life balance.



1. Be Clever:
The most often quoted phrase “Work smart not hard” is such a profound advice. People forget that working hard and working smart are two totally different things. Smart means utilizing the best of your sources to achieve better output in limited time. And the easiest way is to make a schedule. Useless unorganized meetings, unrelated forwarded emails, all this drains the good energy. Thereby reducing your output and increasing your burden. Prioritizing and allotting your more productive time to bigger tasks and getting done with them first, helps save time. And who doesn’t like free time on their hands?


2. Take a Chill Pill:
Small breaks at work help clear your head, and improve your ability to deal with stress. To do that, always take your lunch break and avoid eating at your desk. If you’re working continuously on a screen, your eyes deserves a break and so does your stomach. To relax, listen to your favorite music at work to raise concentration, reduce stress and anxiety, and stimulate creativity. To top it off, do not worry about things that are not in your control. Work doesn’t kill men, worrying does.


3. Perfection is a Myth:

“Striving for excellence motivates you; striving for perfection is demoralizing.”

~Harriet Braiker

 As you leave work, you realize you haven’t done something as well as you could. You go back and make it a point to do it right. This attitude may garner you a promotion and countless praises but will definitely harm your mind. Perfection is unrealistic and overrated.  Know that whatever is done in this world, there always will be a better way to do it. So no need to beat yourself about it. Do your best, but take a rest when it’s done. Do not fuss about how you can make it perfect.


4. No Homework:

Make it a rule and follow it religiously not to bring work home. Closure to work is an important trait one must be able to practice. You should be able to confine work and close the door on it. The secret to this is, unplugging. The same technology that makes our work easy and flexible can also burn us out. Great for when you need to be flexible, not so great if work starts to look more like 24/7. Overworking can impact your health, relationships and overall happiness, and being ‘always-on’ doesn’t help. So recognize the need for personal time, too.



5. Stay Active

The mind may be bursting with ideas but if the body is not up for it, all goes to vain. The only time we run is when someone says exercise. Regular exercise reduces stress, depression and anxiety, and enables people to better cope with adversity. It improves your immune system and keeps you out of the doctor’s office reducing sick days.

Fitting a walk into a busy life can be challenging, so I suggest walking rather than driving to work or to run errands as often as you can. Eat right, exercise and get adequate rest. Drink tons of water as it detoxifies not just your body but also your brain from exhaustion. Don’t rely on drugs, alcohol or cigarettes to cope with stress; they’ll only lead to more problems. Lastly, enjoy life. J

Scope of Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering in Today’s World

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Industrial engineering is all about designing and managing methods and procedures to increase productivity, quality and efficiency in manufacturing process. That is, in essence what industrial engineering is. The increasing complexity of industrial operations and the expansion of automated processes in factories and offices is contributing to the demand for industrial engineers. And while it sounds hard, the actual work in this field is all the more difficult.


Now, usually people don’t have a really good idea what Industrial Engineering is actually or the type of words Industrial Engineers actually do. And you will be usually asked to follow the herd and just follow the same course of action that all the others are doing. BIG mistake. In ignorance, people may even tell you not to pick this field. What they don’t realize is this field is offering a LOT of opportunities in the world.


Industrial Engineering is in virtually every industry vertical today. Manufacturing, technology, hardware, retail, healthcare. Many universities offer business classes related to the field of Industrial Engineering in areas such as logistics, supply chain management and analytics. These courses can offer you a good grasp on the business side of a company too. While you may want to take other majors, you should also understand that Industrial Engineering and Business go well together. An Industrial Engineer would have a good advantage for an MBA degree, specializing in supply chain, marketing or finance as they all complement the technical aspects of Industrial Engineering.


An Industrial Engineer can always explore different areas or work in different roles. For example, you can work on data analysis too and just sit behind a computer all day. Many jobs exist belonging to industrial engineering which require deep data analysis and business analysis. Or if you want to work directly on the production level, there are multiple jobs in areas like logistics engineering, manufacturing engineering, production, forecasting and others too. It is also not necessary that you are working only with machines, computers, operation rooms and the like. Technology is ever evolving and you would have to keep up with all of the new advancements. Hence you will be in constant phase of growth and learning and managing updates. Industrial Engineers can fit perfectly on the back end process of a product. Whether it’s into the manufacturing side, transportation and logistics side, procurement side or any for that matter, the importance of Industrial Engineers can never be overvalued and they will always serve and improve the process. Not only do Industrial Engineers have a profound impact on society’s quality of life but also they can do so while enjoying a flexible career path allows them to advance in many types of organizations. Depending on which domain you have an affinity, you can pursue a more technical or a more management-oriented path, customizing your approach to Industrial Engineering.


Some of the duties and tasks of an industrial engineer can be;


  • Design the location of machines in a factory.


  • Design computer-aided process planning systems that flexibly vary the sequence of operations to produce a product.


  • Design product that will ensure safety of the workers.


  • Develop a hardware protection program for spacecraft.


  • Design automated material handling systems for the improvement of parts in a factory




If you want a general summary of what an Industrial Engineer does, you can summarize it as;


  • They use engineering, mass production and technology to help companies offer services or products better


  • They strive to improve product through improved management and quality control


  • They use their enhanced knowledge of product requirements, business and safety methods to increase outputs.


Industrial Engineers are virtually needed everywhere. There is a huge scope of this field all over the world. From small companies to giant corporations, industrial engineers can never go out of work.


Prepare the Perfect CV

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Writing a good quality CV can be one of the difficult and tough challenges of job hunt. Most employers use up just a few seconds inspecting each CV prior to sticking it in the ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ heap, cruel.

Setting jointly a successful CV is simple once you identify how. It’s a case in which enchanting all your experience and skills and tailoring them to the job you are applying for. But what if you don’t meet up the exact criteria?

But don’t be fearful! We’ve compiled few points on how to demonstrate the world about you and getting that all important interview.

  1. Show your creativity:
    Pass up a standard CV template that innumerable other applicants may also be using. Allow your CV mirrors who you are. Show your creativity through your CV with design additions, if you are in a creative industry. However be sure creativity doesn’t signify being casual. The CV content should always be professional. Creativity can be added by some color, by the use of graphical tools to symbolize numbers or just via a different font size in your CV. Don’t over style your CV.
  1. Keep it genuine:
    A good CV is brief, clear and crafts every point essential without blathering. There is no need of pages and pages of paper, just maintain things sweet and short. And if everything is content, there’s a good possibility of a job interview. As employers get dozens of CVs all the time, most will formulate a judgment about CV within sections.

Typically a CV should be no more than two pages and that’s two pages of A4 paper. Keep it to the point, punchy, and save those niggle slight details for the interview.

  1. Go through job description:
    The same CV doesn’t toil for two different job offers. Thoroughly research about company. A good CV is customized to the exact job and company you are applying for. What’s their mission statement? What company does? What do you think they are seemed for in an employee? What skills are specifically required? These are all things to stay in mind when writing your CV.

It’s not the same thing to apply to translation job and video editor job. For the first, you might highlight about the languages you talk in, while for the second one it’s important to highlight your experience with software.

  1. Keep it updated:
    Keep your CV up to date either you’re looking for a job or not. Every time something noteworthy occurs in your career, trace it so that later you don’t fail to remember something that could be important.
  1. Come up with your interests and hobbies:
     Distinctive hobbies or interests will show you stand out. Be conscious of the conclusions that may be drained from your hobbies. Try to enlist hobbies that depict you as a team oriented person instead of as a passive, friendless person. Companies wish for someone who works well with others.

Interests and hobbies depicting your positive image:

Being the captain of soccer/ football/cricket team, organizing a charity occasion for an orphanage, president or any other post of your school’s student society

Hobbies that entail a friendless, passive personality:

Putting things like doing puzzles, watching TV and reading. Put these things giving a reason why.

  1. Include your cover letter:
    People often ignore cover letters, and still if they do include one it is most of times not tailored for every job application, too common error. Do not underrate the value of including a cover letter. It helps employers recognize that you are truly interested for that exacting job profile or in working for their organization.
  1. Should be keyword friendly:
    If you are going to upload your CV to a job site so that recruiters can discover you, then keywords are no doubt very significant. Job buzzwords and Job titles will assist a search engine picking up your CV from the large piles. Puzzled? Then don’t be. A marketing candidate may point out SEO (Search Engine Optimization), straight marketing and digital marketing amongst their skills and experiences like for example, if you aren’t sure, go to Google and search online and observe what words are normally mentioned when you enter your job title.
  1. Include references:
    Add References from someone who has employed you in the earlier period and can guarantee for your experience and skills. If you have never worked before, use a tutor or teacher as a referee. Aim to include two if you can.



Want To Be Promoted? Follow These Useful Tips

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Have you been promoted once? If that so, many congratulations. If not yet, you might have it.

You wish for a job promotion but are uncertain how to move towards it?

It is completely natural to think hesitant when you have been asked about a job promotion. Most of people are just nervous because of the thought that what if their request will be rejected and all they feel will be rejected. Especially when someone worked for that company for years and has given their best effort.

Well, who actually don’t want to be promoted? Wish to have something and in reality getting it are two totally different things, but there are things by putting them into practice right now can somehow help you acquire that job promotion.

Everyone likes to be cherished and rewarded for their accomplishments. Getting promoted and increase in pay is the best type of open acknowledgment in the workplace.

Even if you’re not particularly gazing for a flashier title or having more money (even though who isn’t?) these tips are going to help you turn into or remain a treasured employee.

What you must have to be like?

Before moving to a job promotion just keep in mind that you must be a top choice.

If you wish to be promoted just on the basis of age, length of service, academic qualifications, or some past work experience, you must have to think again. Receiving promotion is going to happen when you are recognized as a capable employee.

To be recognized as talented employee, you require getting some results; be a leadership material with some well-built internal network being responsive of your capabilities.


Here are some useful tips to get a job promotion:

  1. Achieve good Outputs:
    If you’re doing just fine job in your current responsibility, why you would be promoted? You need to stand out in your current position by attaining and beyond targets.
    Being a high performer is like you accomplish those results. If you are compromising on quality, dishonest, or pay no attention to policy and process; more chances are like you are never going to be well thought-out for job promotion.
  1. Natural Right Attitude:
    Perfect advice is to have a natural right attitude. Try to be happy, positive, and helpful. They are the perfect people to be promoted.
  1. Point out when someone is doing wrong:
    It doesn’t mean to argue with your supervisors on an ordinary basis, but if you think that you have a clever point that conflicts with your boss’s plan, think about bringing it up directly.
  1. Avoid Drama:
    You must have encountered a person complaining about everything, never satisfied, and all the time has a justification for not getting things done? Well, don’t be like one of these people. If you jump on this category by any chance, then your career will surely suffer.
  1. Talk about Career Plans:
    Your manager should by now know well about your career plans before you introduce the subject.
    At least, during your annual performance reviews, try to chatter to your manager about your short and medium period career goals
  1. Prove Leadership Competence:
    Work smart not just hard. Try to listen and act on feedback you be given from colleagues and managers. Dare the status quo with new solutions to problems and ideas. Anticipate future opportunities and challenges, situate goals.  Keep secrecy. Don’t seep out sensitive information. Don’t gossips, even if someone is doing so, don’t contribute.
  1. Be Social:
    To acquire promotion you need to be observed.  Try to network outer of your immediate team.
    Be attentive, friendly and interested in everyone you meet. Be sure your face and name is familiar, in a positive way obviously.
  1. Select Projects for utmost Impact:
    Don’t jump on everything, try not to seem desperate. Saying yes too much will drop your performance. Saying no most of times is going to make you look like not a good team player. Learn what opportunities are most visible and advantageous for the company and hitch those. If you’re beset, inquire about priorities. Then decide.


Impact of Personality on Work

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Personality is one of the most important characteristics of a person when doing a job. of course, different types of personalities are suited for different jobs. Not every personality will react the same way in a certain situation. It is extremely important to recognize the traits and qualities of an employee and to assign them duties for which they are best suited for. This will result in increased productivity and job satisfaction.


Introvert Extrovert Dilemma:

Outgoing people or extroverts are better suited for jobs which require large amounts of interaction with people such customer service. They have a natural advantage with this type of job since they have always been great with communication and socializing. These people can also improve the motivation levels of other employees by being energetic and happy.

However, they may not necessarily flourish in a job behind closed doors. For example, Information Technology is one such area where the skills and knowledge of the person is prioritized more over his socializing skills. These types of jobs do not require much interaction with other employees. People who are introverted and of a quiet nature may find these jobs more appealing as compared to the ones which require socializing as it may seem too daunting to them.



This is an interesting topic. What motivates people to come out of their homes to their offices? What is the driving force behind their choice of the respective profession? Some people are only concerned about money, hence they are more likely to work harder if they are promised a raise or a bonus. Some people want recognition with their peers. hence they will be more dedicated to their tasks if they are acknowledged openly in front of others. Some people are only about self motivation. They are just do their jobs for the sake of doing it. their own personal satisfaction is enough for them. Hence we need to learn on how these differences in personality types can be utilized for the maximum output.


Work ethics:

People who tend to prioritize their jobs usually display high levels of work ethics. On the other hand, there are some people who would while away the hours and time doing nothing of practical value. They would often turn in their assignments late or just in time. People with weak work ethics tend to require more management to keep them focused on their work while people with strong work ethics require minimum supervision.


Detail Oriented:

Some people are planners. They think about the possible future prospects and position of the company in the long run. How to attain those prospects and what plans and strategies need to be implemented in to achieve that goal. They can come up with broad plans designed to keep the company moving forward. They can also come up new initiatives to solve problems. However they are not always equipped to properly execute those plans.

For execution of plans, the detail oriented people are required. What the people mentioned above (planners) lack in is compensated for their attention to details. They might face difficulty in following a direction or deviating from a pre-established path. But if you give them a task, they will see to it that it is done with perfection. Too often than not, these people are highly organized and keep excellent records. Both of these types of people are necessary for a company to perform well and they are remarkably suited to compensate for each other’s weaknesses.


Mind vs. Heart:

There are people who have a scientific approach for almost everything in life. They are always about logic. If the logic is sound enough, then the answer must be right regardless of what others think. Sometimes they can become cold and insensitive to other’s feelings but most of them do have strong analytical powers and they always look for hard, irrefutable facts.

And then there are people who are the opposites of these logisticians. They are receptive towards the feelings of others and act accordingly to them. While the analysts try to solve problems as if they are far away from it, these people want to become a part of it. The analysts considers these people to be biased, subjective and illogical while on the other hand, those people consider analysts to be cold and unfeeling. While both of these personality groups are important for an organization to run, there can often be a clash of ideas which may even cause problems and disruptions to the work environment.


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It is one thing when you are having an off day and you can’t concentrate on your work. But it’s another thing if it is happening almost always. Like, you really just can’t get your mind to focus on your work. Perhaps you had a fight with someone, or you are ill. But eventually you are gonna run out of excuses and will have to accept that you simply can’t concentrate during your office hours.

If you think that you are among those people, there is nothing to be ashamed of. You just need to focus on how to get rid of this problem because if left unchecked, you are going to suffer a lot in future not only in your professional life but it will also affect your personal one too. So here are some tips that you can use to increase concentration towards work


  1. Avoid cellphones:
    While acknowledging the fact that cellphones are vital these days, it must also be admitted that most of the time spent on cellphones is a total waste. We can’t resist checking up on Facebook and looking at memes can we? Well we shouldn’t, at least not during our work hours. We may try to pretend it is only for a few minutes, but these distractions go a long way in keeping us away from our priorities. Just force yourself to pick up the phone only when it is absolutely necessary.


  1. Plan your day:
    No matter how dedicated you are to your job, if things are going haphazardly then it will definitely be a mood kill for you. And no one would blame you. If you don’t have a clearly defined schedule, you would very probably be demotivated to work. What you need to think about is writing down your goals and objectives and make them SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Time-Bound). SMART goals are designed in such a way that they can be accomplished effectively.  Try to be done with the hardest tasks of the day by lunch when your concentration is at the maximum level.


  1. Take a break:
    If you haven’t heard of the Pomodoro technique, then you haven’t really considered time management skills. Basically, you should spend 25 minutes at work and then take a 5 minute break. Extend this to 15mins after every 2-hour work cycle. This will prevent your brain from getting burned out. Also, try to spend your rest periods in a positive way like taking a walk or taking 10 deep breaths. It will definitely work.


  1. Break it down:
    Do you feel overwhelmed when you are at your office? Is it because you are trying to take down all your tasks at once? Or perhaps you were procrastinating and then the deadline appeared out of nowhere? Whatever the reason is, everyone knows that it is neither easy nor healthy to do everything at once. Why not do it step by step? If you have to write something by the end of the week, then do it gradually so it doesn’t pile up in the end.


  1. A quiet place:
    While it may appear to be obvious, the reality is you may not always get a quiet environment to work in. ideally you would have your own office but generally you would be working in cubicles. And even if you don’t have your own office, there are ways to minimize the distractions in your cubicle too.
    In case you have to share your space with another employee, try to make it so with someone who does more computer work instead of phone work? Ask him to conduct his meetings in other, more open spaces.


  1. Declutter your work space:
    A neat clean environment can work wonders. It definitely improves your focus and organization skills and also makes it convenient for you to work overall. However you need to be aware of a trap many fall into. Do you feel the urge to clean your desk when you are given an assignment? Or in simpler words, do you feel like cleaning your desk is suddenly very important only when the deadlines are approaching? If so, then take care.


  1. Take notes:
    Taking notes always helps. Whether you are in a meeting, jotting down minutes or if you are on an important phone call, writing down the important points is guaranteed to help you. You don’t have to worry about forgetting stuff if you have already written them down. Not only will it help you in sorting your work easily but it will also give a good impression of you on others that you are being efficient and effective.


  1. Know when to stop:
    Don’t burn yourself out. There is a time and place for everything. When you are at work, try to devote yourself fully. But when it is time to go home, then be at home. If you are always trying to be over-efficient, you are only going to frustrate yourself out. Whatever tasks are left remaining at the end of the day, simply mark them down for the next day. And once you are at home, there is no need to worry about them because you really can’t do anything about it.

Make Your Work Your Learning Pace

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Your workplace may just be only about your job with you but you can augment it to become a personal development and learning place too. People who are always thirsty for knowledge and self-development will find opportunities everywhere. Those who are continuously developing new skills have a huge advantage over their competitors.

The business owners know the value of ongoing training and educational workshops for their team members. But not everyone realizes this. Often, employees become too comfortable in their roles that they aren’t looking for growth opportunities and won’t pursue new knowledge and training. In this rapidly advancing world, this is a serious flaw.

If you want to make your workplace your learning place too, it would be wise to motivate your colleagues to develop themselves too whenever possible. When there is a whole culture and environment of learning, it automatically helps your learning process too.


  1. SWOT Analysis:
    Learn about your team members. In case you don’t know what a SWOT analysis is, it stands for (Strength, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats). Know the strengths and weaknesses of your colleagues. Understand their limits and areas where they will excel. Seek for opportunities where everyone can utilize their strengths for the maximum output.

    You can also assess the type of training the employees have. The level of education and experience. What information would help your staff members become more productive towards work and smart professionals? What subjects are they interested in learning more about? All these questions will have a cumulative effect on not only yourself but the whole team.


  1. Change is constant:
    The world keeps on changing rapidly. Anyone who doesn’t adapt to the constantly evolving environment will get behind. Always be on the lookout for new trends and opportunities where you can develop expertise. You never know how the skills you have acquired or will acquire will help you in future.

    Learn from people who come from different backgrounds. Appreciate the diversity of your team’s personalities and learning styles. These differences are valuable for your learning experience. You shouldn’t force people to read a particular book or attend a particular lecture. Understand that different people have different abilities and learning approaches. It would be better if you pursue educational opportunities from which everyone can benefit from.


  1. Online courses:
    Online courses are perhaps one of the best things to have happened. Online education has been gaining widespread popularity over the years. The convenience of learning at your own time and place is something everyone wants. You can enroll in online courses offered by experts of various fields across the world. Of course, direct face-to-face learning would be more beneficial since it involves actual interaction but online education is massively beneficial resource too for development.

    Online courses offer your team to learn from their desk at their own pace. Ask your colleagues and employees to find the best training courses available. Coaches, speakers, authors, professionals and many more are available and are offering these courses. Why not utilize this?


  1. Make learning fun:
    Continuous education or courses will help to enhance the productivity of your team and build the special bonding. When everyone is thrown together in a similar situation, naturally interaction with each other will increase. Ask your colleague about their educational background and what opportunities are they looking for. When your employees are involved in the process of learning, they will themselves be more motivated to work and will feel empowered too.

    Whenever it’s possible, ask your employees to train their colleagues. Host an event as a simple way of learning. Not only will this be an excellent learning opportunity but it is also a chance to socialize with everyone.


  1. Follow up:
    If you think your job ends when your team has been trained, then you couldn’t be more wrong. Learning and training is only part of the process. You need to ensure your employees retain and use the new information they have acquired for their roles in the company. Ask questions with each other during presentations, interact with the audience to see if they are following up or not. The more engaged they are, the more likely they’ll be to process and recall the information later.

    Use different ways to recall what they have learned in training sessions. You can ask them individually about the training session or maybe conduct a group discussion to see how much they have kept up. Take feedback from them. If someone takes a class outside of work, encourage them to share what they learned with others and if possible, ask others to join that class too.



Tips to Start Your First Job

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Let’s be real. Starting your first job can be highly daunting. Even if you had done internships in various places, you will realize the difference yourself in knowing that you are now expected in the office every day for quite a long time. Gone are the days you can just get up from bed and take your classes in whatever clothes you can find and staying up late to finish your assignments. It is the real world now that faces you.

Difficult and challenging it may appear to be, there are certain tips you do need to consider that will not be useful in impressing others but will also teach you how to carry yourself in other jobs too.

1.       Appearance:
Appearances matter a lot. Always try to dress appropriately for the job. Generally, people assume that to dress professionally means to wear a suit. While this might be true in most places, it really depends on the type of job or industry. It is a good idea to ask others what they usually wear before your first day. For example, you wouldn’t want to wear a suit yourself if everyone in the office are wearing jeans.

2.       Relax:
Obvious enough. If you are showing signs of nervousness and apprehension, you may not be taken seriously. Know your nervous habits and try to control them as much as possible. If you are rambling when you get nervous, try to restrict it.

3.       Separation of church and state:
Yes, you have to follow that rule here. Your personal life shouldn’t interrupt your professional one. You need to make a clear distinction between the two. Avoid making personal calls, emails etc when you are on duty. Show it to your superiors that you are committed and dedicated to the job. Even if you are free, you can always offer to help another person who might be overburdened. You will not only impress everyone but your engrossment in your duties will make seem time fly by.

4.       Confidence:
There is a fine line between confidence and narcissism and often people cross it. It may sound clichéd but believe in yourself and your abilities. Show your colleagues that you deserve to be there. One sure-fire way to display confidence is to invite your colleagues for lunch. It will show that you aren’t the typical quiet “new guy”.

5.       Innovation:
Always prove to your boss that you are an asset to him. You always bring something new to him. If your position demands it, offer your ideas to your boss on improving a product or the company. You might be wanting to remain in the background for the first few days as a new employee but if you really want to make a good impression, go to the front. You can volunteer for a project that nobody wants to do, or even share your own ideas.

6.       Communicate:
Always stay updated. Don’t hesitate to ask questions or clear up any problems. Check in with your boss periodically. You can also perform self evaluations with your boss on how well you are doing and you can work on it too. The key here is to communicate with others. Don’t be the quiet guy if you can help it. It will really boost up your image if you let people know that you are open for communication.

7.       Challenge yourself:
Set goals for yourself. Obviously when you gave your interview, you must have researched for the company. But it doesn’t mean you will adapt to the new environment based on that research. To really get in the mind-set of the company, look at old projects of the company. Observe your colleagues, analyse the work environment. Look at the office protocol. Once you feel like you have got a grasp on how things work in the company, adapt to those changes and keep setting goals that you can accomplish.

8.       Highlight your achievements:
If you want people to take notice of you, you must make your accomplishments visible. We mentioned above on keeping a difference between confidence and narcissism. So how will you highlight your achievements without sounding like you are showing off? The key is enthusiasm. If you emphasize your passion when describing an achievement, people will think you’re just excited about it. An excited person appears earnest, and it’s hard to be critical of someone who’s earnest.

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