Category Archives: Time Management

Assertiveness: Exercise Your Right to Say “No”

One of the most important aspects of developing your assertiveness is to develop your capability of saying “no” to all those things to which you do not wish to say “yes”. When you yield to or succumb to other people’s requests, … Continue reading

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Why Should the Members of Parliament of Any Country be Paid if They Don’t Work?

“No Work, No Pay” is Followed in Every Organization for Everyone and Members of Parliament Can’t Get Scot Free if They Don’t Work Members of Parliament (MPs) can’t be exception to the rule “no work, no pay”. The case in point is … Continue reading

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Management Games, Exercises, Energizers and Icebreakers: Demonstrate Many Uses

“Demonstrate Many Uses” is a highly participative and fun exercise. You as a workshop leader can use it as a great energizer as well. Therefore it is quite apt for your afternoon sessions when the participants generally develop some sluggishness. … Continue reading

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