Do you ever feel like you are completely unqualified for your job, and everyone will find you out? It’s called Imposter Syndrome, and you are not alone!
Oftentimes in our lives, things get a bit hectic. You’re darting from place to place, meeting to meeting, checking things off of your to-do list. This is natural. It’s going to happen from time to time. Going with the flow, and making things happen is what makes you such a force to be reckoned with. …
It can be a nerve-wracking time of year. The annual Performance Review. If you find yourself dreading the inevitable, it’s time to take a quick look at why that is. If you are content in your job, and dedicated to delivering a consistent performance, this should be your time to shine. Even if you’ve had …
Sometimes our jobs and careers can beat us down and make us feel like giving up. Use these tips to adjust your mindset, and keep going forward.
People spend an enormous amount of time in their cars throughout their lifetime, but what are their glove-box travel necessities? We were curious, so we got 10 photographers to photograph their car and the contents of their glove-compartment. Are there similarities or differences across the globe? GoCompare went off to investigate here, and here are …
I recently ran a mini-workshop on the subject of teamwork. It brought up some interesting insights when I asked the group ‘what makes a successful team?’ This blog will cover some of the answers we discussed in the workshop to answer this elusive question.
In order to successfully manage a team of employees, it is important that you also know how to effectively manage the person in charge of you. Managing upwards might sound like a strange concept but, when done right, it can help you and your team to work more effectively.
Do you dread business meetings? Whether they’re one on one with your manager or they involve the entire team, business meetings can often feel like a waste of an hour. An hour you could be spending more productively working towards targets. But, it doesn’t have to be this way.
Company culture is what defines a business and its values. It often isn’t one of the first things that are thought about when starting up a company, but it really should be because it affects lots of aspects of that company.
There’s one part of working in an office environment that’s inevitable – office politics. From gossiping around the water cooler to people stepping on their co-workers to secure a promotion, it’s something that’s hard to avoid.