Tip #14

Stress is not an issue when it comes to references of individuals’ psychosomatic state in the book “Management and Leadership”. It is the case of development and improvement, irrespective of stress. Individuals should release themselves from stress and attempt to...

The existence of a Hero

One could argue that heroes can only emerge during war or crisis. The current crisis which employees undergo is a different type of war. People who have been made redundant and struggle with financial difficulties end up losing their ability to socialise and are...

Managers

Managers are responsible for recruiting and training the appropriate individuals in such a way as to be able to achieve the goals of the team or the organisation (both quantitative and qualitative). The success of a manager/leader is greatly determined by one...

Characteristics of an Inspiring Manager

Many books portray the image of an inspiring leader, but which are the characteristics of an inspiring manager? Endearing vision; tireless enthusiasm; hard work; honest acts, devoid of fear or favouritism; maintaining their dignity and the dignity of those around...

Tip #13

One of the things Leaders MUST do in times of Crisis is give hope and set a positive example for their followers.

Greek Crisis II

I strongly believe that we live in crucial times. Greece, in particular, is going through one of the most crucial phases in its history. Experiencing an unprecedented crisis at all levels, the economic and social setting has been significantly affected. It is to be...

Camaraderie in the Workplace

Reluctance to take ownership of one’s actions has no place in today’s organisations. An incident that appears to be “none of your business”, yet proves unfavourable to the interests of the organisation, is most likely to function against you as well. In effect, in...

Tip #12

The best thing you have to do when faced with unfortunate circumstances is to employ a healthy dose of humour. Feelings of incompetence, and inability to hold control over situations constitute major sources of concern and stress. Nevertheless, a touch of humour is...