Category Archives: Work Culture

At work – Fun and Happiness are contagious

This week I talked about being Great Leaders, Managing Multiple Bosses and now I want to talk about being happy at work! I had an amazing time working for my previous employer

Great Leaders – Stop doing too much and start leading

Last week I visited one of my friends (who is a manager at Texas Instruments) to congratulate him on the arrival of his baby boy. He was full of joy and excited

Bad behavior outside of your work can get you fired

I noticed this video initially on Facebook, shared by one of my friends, in which Adam Smith, former CFO and treasurer of  Vante Inc, (a medical supplies manufacturer) showed up on Chick-fil-A’

Monthly Fun Activities at Office!!

25 Low cost monthly fun activities & ideas at work: Ok. So I did some research on my audience for my website and one of things I found was that a lot

4 positive traits that can get you fired!!

Even if employees feel that they are good at their work, some seemingly positive character traits can cost them their job. Sometimes what you consider to be positive can be perceived negatively

Is answering work emails and calls stretching your work day?

Is your work a never ending saga especially when your work day doesn’t end even after you leave office?

Recognize your employees – with Impact

Having a lunch meeting with your team outside of your office can be fun and if your family can also be a part of it then that makes it the cherry on

Are Your Looks a Workplace Distraction?

Are Your Looks a Workplace Distraction? Read what I had to say about work place distraction at Women of HR this week.

Humanize yourself

Listening to an automated message and not getting the proper solutions to our queries can be more frustrating than ever. It sucks when you hear-‘Press 2 if you want to go back

Lead with Impact to optimize your team’s performance

Last few months I have been interacting with my friends and colleagues in the corporate world through Facebook to know how they strive in the workplace and most importantly to understand how