A GUIDE TO WORKING REMOTELY

As the world of work evolves to meet people’s changing needs – made easier by the rise of high-speed internet and “free” Wi-Fi connectivity – working out of the office is fast becoming the new normal. This newfound “freedom” may be tough for some employees to adjust to, particularly where their role requires them to be […]

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AGILITY IN THE WORKPLACE

Agility (noun) – ability to move quickly and easily. An agile or change-ready organization is able to quickly adapt to changing circumstances; it is ready for anything. It can respond instantaneously to changing customer demands. Parallel to this, an agile of change-ready employee is essential to the success of an organisation.  Author, Jessica Pryce-Jones calculates that people […]

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EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE 101

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is defined as: the capacity to be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically. Emotional intelligence is the key to both personal and professional success, however it’s a tricky skill to master. I, myself still grapple with this – 11 years in the world of […]

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MAINTAINING A GOOD CREDIT SCORE

In a recent post, I shared a bit about the difference between good and bad debt.  While you should try to avoid debt as far as possible, there are forms of debt which are necessary and therefore considered to be good debt, an example being a home loan. As a follow up to that post, I thought I’d share some tips on […]

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GOOD DEBT VS BAD DEBT

The question at the top of your mind right now is: “Is there such a thing as good debt?” I’m right, aren’t I? 🙂 While you should try to avoid debt, there are forms of debt which are necessary and therefore considered to be good debt. Good debt is an ‘investment’ that will grow in value, […]

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