When you make a decision to be successful in whatever you choose to be, you have made a commitment to live out your dreams and making a difference around you. Training is a noble profession. If one adopts it then one must be faithful to it, develop professionalism and continuity in learning. We commit ourselves for the betterment of ourselves and others around us. A passion for learning, growth and empowerment becomes our true beacon. Let’s allow the light of knowledge, valu
How important are your hands? Do we take time to care for our hands? Have you actually thought of it? Well, our hands does lots of work for us.. and sometimes we take it for granted. Our hands are just like the people in our organizations. They are the ones that gets things done. Well, I have a little story to share about our hands… Over the weekend, I was sitting down on my couch giving myself a much needed manicure. I realize that my right hand does most of the work, but m
Technical incompetence or inability to do the work is rarely a significant factor when employees are terminated from their job. Again, research shows that the more significant factors for firing employees concern attitude, work ethic, safety, and relationships with others. Employees are typically fired because of soft-skills, rather than technical skills. Contrary to general beliefs, more money/salary is not a major reason why employees leave. Based on exit interviews and oth
“The opposite of job satisfaction is the lack of job satisfaction,
and not job dissatisfaction.
The opposite of job dissatisfaction is an absence of dissatisfaction” Frederick Herzberg is famous for his Motivation-Hygiene Theory which is published in his book The Motivation to Work in 1956. According to Herzberg there are 2 types of factors in motivation. There are factors which if present will increase motivation and enhance performance. Then there are those factors which