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Why work must also be boring

The Allure of the “Challenge”

Everyone is looking to be challenged in their job, right? Otherwise it would quickly get boring. On the other hand, imagine a pilot for whom a landing would be a challenge… How do we deal with a concept that is ubiquitous in the working world and is used more frequently than any other to describe…

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A little bit of everything

To Know Your Customer, Know Yourself – How Diverse Management Can Save Your Brand

Organizations cannot succeed with one uniform “employee type” – now is the time to round out your staff with team members from all over the world, with different beliefs and experiences. Some of the world’s most successful companies are making headlines with their newest executive hires. Don’t wait for your competitors to pass you by – find out how diverse management can save your brand.

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Father’s Day

Thank you Dad!

The day you were born, your father’s world changed. From one moment to the next, everything was different: the feelings he felt, the responsibilities he carried, the way he looked at life! Stop the rush, stop the stress for just one short minute – watch the story. Say ‘Thank you, Dad’

business buzzwords
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Reacting “Agile” to Office Cliches

Business Buzzwords We’re All Sick of Hearing

Managers love their buzzwords. But by including these little cliches, the actual message is often diluted. It could be different – communicating clearly and directly, without falling back on space-filling buzzwords, isn’t so difficult. At the yearly shareholders meeting for a major corporation, whispers and murmurs fill a giant auditorium, and anticipation grows with every minute….

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Brexit is a Blessing for India’s Talent Pool

The United Kingdom may have forfeited its negotiating clout at home and within Europe with the June 23rd referendum, but Britain’s position may prove beneficial for India. British Prime Minister Theresa May is attending the India-UK tech summit with India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi in hopes of striking a trade agreement. After all, the Leave…