Why do you need career counselling guides?

The underlying message in this statement is that everyone has unique characteristics. Let us rephrase that. All are special and have unique talents within themselves.

Skills that Need to Be Mastered for Better Careers

The time of graduation is coming around soon and students such as you will be excited to get into exciting careers. But take some time to introspect on a few factors.

Role of Psychometric Tests in Interviews

Placement season for final year students and recruitment drive for most companies in India, occur around the same time in a year. It is true that recruitments are done throughout a year.

Types of Graphic Design jobs you need to know

A career in graphic design can be an exciting way to combine art, technology and communication. Many projects in a range of industries, such as marketing and advertising, publishing, healthcare, and digital communications, require these individuals.

The relationship between Emotional Regulation and Academic Achievement among students

Emotions are universal. They are the projections of our internal state. Emotions are organic and unfiltered. Paul Ekman, a notable Psychologist who dedicated several decades to comprehending Emotions

Locus of Control and Employability

On a warm afternoon, two rabbits race each other in a forest. As both are focused on reaching their goal, they oversee nettraps laid out by a hunter. Both rabbits are trapped under the net. They are confused and bothered by the fact that they cannot move from the net.

Parenting and Parenting Styles

Parenting is the process of raising a child which goes beyond biological based responsibility. Parents are in charge of the emotional, social, physical, moral, and spiritual development of their children. A child at the time of birth, is most often associated with an empty canvas.

Evidence based methods for better Academic Success

Academic Achievement is a result of successful performance by the students which usually meets the expectations of both student and teacher. To achieve the desired academic success, a lot of mental faculties are exercised and applied towards the acquisition and generalization of the knowledge onto the paper.

Psychometric assessments: Employment and Psychometric Assessment

Be it at home, in classrooms or workplace, we interact and bond with people and form social relationships. We are expected to exhibit certain behaviours which form a bond and security with others. However, we tend to have certain traits or characteristics which are more or less similar to others and sometimes different. This may affect or serve as a benefactor for our performance at work, school or community

Leadership and its Styles

The most fundamental question under the philosophical paradigm is to find out who shall be the ruler of the masses? Leadership we understand as a social title is also a skill which exercises the identification and organization tendencies among human beings. An individual who is able to organize and produce a momentum of collective efforts will be seen as an effective leader. A leader has diverse responsibilities that reach semantic placements in an organization.

Balancing between student’s aspirations and parental expectations

When you were young, think about the first time you wanted to become a Racecar Driver or an astronaut? The confidence you had in yourself to achieve your dreams could not be deterred by yourself. It was the situation and circumstances which probably changed your dreams to someplace else.

Five Common Questions To Ask Before Starting Your Career

Our career is something that we all have had questions, ups and downs, and moments of confusion with. It is just as much a part of our career journeys as getting an education or finding a job.While in a zoomed-out perspective, it might not seem as intense, but at the moment of it happening, it is absolutely genuine and may even be anxiety-provoking for some

How are Group Decisions made at the workplace?

Most workplaces have colleagues and employees working together on a project where each team member takes responsibility for different tasks and roles. Employees, in such situations, are expected to communicate actively and develop seamless flow of work to avoid delays and unforeseen issues during course of work. Group decision making is an effective tool for democratic and equal communication opportunities at workplace.

Building enduring Interpersonal Relationships at Workplace

Human beings from the time of evolution have depended and survived by co-existing with each other. We tend to use our intellect and cognitive capacities to consciously and voluntarily build relationships. Interpersonal relationships are a huge part of our daily lives because we would cease to exist had there been no communication between each other.Not only building interpersonal relationships but also creating and sustaining quality relationships impact our satisfaction with life and its success.

Innovation and Workplace

Innovation refers to the implementation of a new or significantly changed product or process.The various forms and types of innovation allow multiple views and interpretations – depending on the perspective of the observer. Innovation can be approached from various angles e.g. from the lens of business leaders, employees, consumers, investors - they all understand innovation in their own context and have different objectives and expectations. Similarly, a startup team perceives innovation very differently compared to an typical established company.

How can we deal with low days at work

There's no doubt that employees have more on their plates than ever before. However, we all have days when our workloads slow down or our appetite to get real work done wanes. And it's important to use slow days in a more strategic way because they don't come all that often. - Mark Strong, New York based Career & Executive coach.People at workplace often are given tasks and assignments which often matches their competency and skillset. However, job performance is also tied with the mental state employees come to work with

Changing trends of Obedience at workplace

Obedience, in theory from social psychology standpoint, refers to the compliance with an order, request, or law or submission to another authority. Its the act or practice of being dutiful towards completing the orders given by an authority figure. At the workplace, obedience is the culmination of employees meeting the assigned targets and goals of the company’s operational directors or managers. An employee must undertake his/her work with care and comply with instructions given to him/her by the employer for maintaining consistent work performance.

Multi-sensory integration toward learning

Learning is a result of activities and influences which cause a permanent change in our behaviour. It is a dynamic process and is often facilitated through association, reinforcements from the environment or social cues, undergoing experiences etc. When we learn, we engage our sensory receptors to better comprehend the experience. Hence, research over time has identified a multi-sensory approach to learning.

The art of Organization of Work at the Workplace

Organization is the state of our mind and also a skill that is key to streamlining and enabling efficiency for task completion at the workplace. When we stay organized and systemic to complete our work, it reflects on our underlying cognitive process of having clarity and direction for how perceive our work to complete and the impact it has on the organization.

Prosocial behaviour in the workplace

Prosocial behaviour is the act of going out of one’s own way to boost morale, quality and relationships between people. In the workplace, prosocial behaviour is seen as improving the quality and quantity of work that reflects on the job performance at the employee level and meets targets set at the organizational level. prosocial behaviour engagement between coworkers and colleagues has shown improvement in perceiving work to be less stressful and improves dependability and efficiency towards quality completion of work.

Applying Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs in the Workplace

Abraham Maslow was an influential psychologist whose refreshing take on understanding motivation took a complete shift from prior perspectives from those of Freud, Pavlov and other pioneers of the behavioural and psychoanalytic movement. Abraham Maslow’s Rperspective of human behaviour focused on both environmental and internal drives in individuals. The most unique part of his theory is that it was originally never proved using scientific measures but there is no way to invalidate his theory

Achieving job satisfaction in the workplace

From a traditional standpoint, employment and building a career were simple and transactional. Work today is more than employment. People perceive meaning from their employment and begin to build careers that provides them with security and satisfaction. For people to commit to their careers, job satisfaction is extremely important.

Signs of Burnout and how can we overcome them

Burnout is the result of work pressure and not being able to find ways to unwind from work. When the pressure of work is perceived at copious levels and the inability to detach from work sets in, employees experience burnout. In the fast advancing economies, burnout rates are higher among people irrespective of their professional line.

Art of Persuasion in the Workplace

Persuasion is the process of convincing someone to perform certain actions or behaviours solely under the influence of one’s own words and speeches. Motivational speakers use their words and power of speech to persuade their audience into performing actions that the audience may otherwise not be committed to performing. Persuasion is a social and group effect which is commonly observed in workplace and social spaces. At workplace, persuasion skills provide the opportunity to view tasks and process of work from a new perspective and gives insight to people into performing their work in an effective and previously unforeseen way.

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