First Lessons from 32 Top Corporate Leaders

My first lesson at my first job was to learn to listen carefully. I had been thinking to find out what were first lessons of top corporate leaders when they entered in their first career job. I shared this question at a vibrant HRM Forum based in Pakistan: “Can you dig your memory and share […]

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7 Habits of Extremely Lazy Manager

Some organizations make people lazy. Lack of motivation, lack of direction and lack of growth are three key factors in fostering the culture of laziness in an organization. Once developed, this culture can put an organization on the path of slow death! Organizational development and success largely depends on how managers deal and supervise their […]

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How to Prepare for a CEO Interview?

Top slot positions are usually filled via recommendations within corporate networks. An interview for CEO position needs careful questioning. Technically, board or HR committee of the board interviews shortlisted candidates. This post is dedicated to those who are looking for some tips on how to prepare for a CEO Position. Perhaps reaching at the top […]

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11 Signs you are working for a Bad Company

Seriously, one can ruin career while working for a bad company. I have seen people stressed and devastated, complaining about poor HR practices, lack of transparency and corruption. Interesting thought came to my mind, “Work experience is like Ice Cream, it will be staled if you keep it in poor environment. Treat your work experience the […]

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5 Great tips for Successful Managers

Young and passionate, eager to grow fast, finding ways to beat competition, most junior managers are amongst the most productive members of a team. However, due to their lack of experience, at times, they find achieving growth a big challenge. Here are 5 great tips for Highly Successful Junior Manager: 1. Learn to write well: […]

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Are you to expected to sit late at work regularly?

Expecting to sit late at work regularly is pretty common in developing countries. I think it is unhuman to expect staff to work late every day. However, managers have their own ego issues. A number of managers sit late regularly and want their team to be with them until they call it a day. In […]

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Keep Rising – My new Book on Career Development

My career aim is “De-coding the mystery of career development”. To analyze what are the key ingredient and their composition required in making your career work for you, I am publishing a new book titled “Keep Rising”. This is my fourth book in the past three years. I have added some exciting improvisations on the […]

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