Category: Career & Skills


Setting boundaries at work is essential for maintaining a healthy work-life balance and ensuring long-term success and satisfaction in your career. Yet, many professionals struggle to draw the line between work and personal life, leading to burnout, stress, and decreased productivity.  while there are many  ways to help you establish and maintain better boundaries at […]

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Busting the Myth: GREAT LEADERS are BORN, not MADE

In the ever-evolving landscape of leadership, one prevailing myth often acts as an unseen barrier to professional development: the notion that great leaders are born, not made. This belief suggests that leadership prowess is an inherent trait, not something that can be intentionally developed through learning and effort. Debunking the Myth: Leaders Are Made, Not […]

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In the fast-paced world of today, the fear of stagnation is a silent, insidious force that can seep into our professional lives, hindering growth and stifling our potential. It’s the anxiety that whispers in our ears, making us question whether we’re advancing in our careers or merely treading water. But here’s the truth – fear […]

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Navigating Uncertainty: Tips for Managing Your Career in Turbulent Times

    Navigating Uncertainty: Tips for Managing Your Career in Turbulent Times In today’s fast-paced and ever-changing world, uncertainty has become a constant factor. Economic fluctuations, technological advancements, and global events such as pandemics and geopolitical tensions can significantly impact the job market and create challenges for managing your career. However, with the right strategies […]

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The uncertainty in the world economy post Covid has made many students explore alternative destinations to the traditional ones of Australia, Canada, UK & USA for pursuing higher education.   A lot of the alternate destinations are able to lure Indian students for undergraduate and postgraduate degrees by offering academic excellence at substantially lower costs […]

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According to the World Economic Forum’s research, it has been predicted that 85 million jobs may experience a tectonic shift in terms of allocation of functions between man and machine by 2025. Moreover, 97 million new roles will likely be created that would pivot around the division of labor between man, machine and algorithm. And, […]

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