By JUSTIN OOI HAN-JUAN
You started off on a strong note, with the right heart, believing for the best, and willing to go the extra mile to reach your goals. Along the way, something changed. Before you know it, you reached a point of burnout.
By PARTHIBAN VIJAYARAGHAVAN
Typically, we say millennials get bored too quickly, they dislike routine work, administrative or repetitive jobs because most millennials are explorers. However, no matter what you do, you need a clear strategy. Here are three simple action steps to build and execute your career strategy.
By SASHE KANAPATHI
My career progressed through many different disciplines, from programming to software development, automation engineering and project management. Above all that, what really defined my success was transferable skills, not the technical ones.
By MARSHALL GOLDSMITH and KELLY GOLDSMITH
To a certain degree, everyone is superstitious. And in many cases, the higher one climbs up the organisational totem pole, the more superstitious one becomes. Beware the superstition trap.
By PREMA JAYABALAN
The principles of fairness, seeking mutual benefit and maintaining a relationship are the keys to a successful negotiation process. Here is a systematic approach to master the art of negotiation and achieve a win-win outcome.
By TRAVIS BRADBERRY
Little things can add up over time and undermine your career just as much as (or more than) one huge lapse in judgment. The good news is that if you stay aware of them, these are all things that you can control before they creep up on you and kill your career.
By LISA QUAST
Whenever your career isn’t going the way you’d like, get analytical, get strategic and then implement actions that will get you from where you are today to where you want to be in the future.