Tagged work-life balance

are you an overworked executive

Meet ADD’s corporate cousin : ADT – the new neurosis affecting overworked executives

A new epidemic has taken over in the corporate annals. Most of us have heard of ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) a neurological disorder that has a genetic component. The new corporate disorder is called ADT (Attention Deficit Trait). Caused by brain overload, it has the primary symptoms of distractibility, inner frenzy, and impatience. People with ADT have difficulty staying organized, setting priorities, and managing time. There is a constant feeling of panic and guilt while pretending everything is fine in facing a heavily intensive workday.

habits of the richest CEOs

Infographic: The Habits of the richest CEOs

Recently, we shared the list of the World’s richest CEOs with you and then we thought perhaps listing them left a few with wistful desires of how to get there. For sure, we were excited to know what these CEOs were really doing to get to where they were! How were these strategic thinkers creating massive brands (say hello to Zara, Oracle, SAP) from ground up? We went through strategic skills required at these high levels including having a strategic big picture view as well as being an emotional influence at work.

How to create a happy work environment

Management Skills 106: How to Create a Happy Work Environment

A recent poll conducted by SmartCompany revealed what motivates people to go to work. The top five results were achievement, money, creative output, great team dynamic, and retirement. Another study also shows that the top three things workers want are interesting work, full appreciation for the work they do, and a feeling of being “in” on things.

Can a woman have it all in management jobs

Management jobs: Can women have it all?

Management jobs: Can women have it all?

American activist Gloria Steinem several years ago said:

“I’ve yet to be on a campus where most women weren’t worrying about some aspect of combining marriage, children, and a career. I’ve yet to find one where many men were worrying about the same thing.”

13 ways to Work Smart in executive jobs

13 ways to help you ‘work smart’ in executive jobs

We have already discovered that work-life balance and burnouts are increasingly pertinent issues in executive jobs. After all, you make a choice to be a chief executive, how can you not take the other side. However, this post is not about making you depressed about getting to that senior management position or rejecting all the executive jobs.

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