Pivoting past office politics

  I have a situation where my office pays for my coworker’s PMP studies. I have to self-finance mine without my employer’s assistance because I am not the ‘Golden boy’. This is a big professional slight because earning this credential propels your career. PMP is accepted across multiple industries. This has stung because it is […]

Declare then Do!

How do you do something different when you don’t know how to get started? I know that when you see the title declare then do and you think it is the latest psychobabble. Well, it is not. I never serve psychobabble or popular psychology. My sole aim is to write about positive change leadership and […]

This Week in Positive Change Management : Manifest Success!

Full Definition of manifest 1:  readily perceived by the senses and especially by the sense of sight 2:  easily understood or recognized by the mind :  obvious Full Definition of success 1obsolete :  outcome, result 2a :  degree or measure of succeeding b :  favorable or desired outcome; also :  the attainment of wealth, favor, or eminence 3:  one that succeeds   This week’s in positive change management is to manifest […]

This Week in Positive Change Management : What You Need to Leave Behind before the New Year

The New Year is right around the corner and everybody to do better than before. This, of course, means dropping those bad habits and unproductive routines. We cannot sabotage ourselves here in December before the New Year even gets started. Negative mindset and people Resolve to let these people them go! Why are you letting […]

Promote your competitive advantage

Developing and promoting your competitive advantage are indispensable towards getting the best job out there. Before I go any further, let me define what competitive advantage is. The definition for competitive advantage is ‘a condition or circumstance that puts a company in a favorable or superior business position‘. Individuals have competitive advantages just like companies. […]

Positivity in the News: Positive Work Cultures Are More Productive

In today’s Harvard Business Review, there is an article about how positive work cultures are more productive than their less positive counterparts. This news should not come as a surprise: nobody produces in a toxic environment. https://hbr.org/2015/12/proof-that-positive-work-cultures-are-more-productive

Assess, Action and Adapt

People always look forward to the New Year forgetting that there are still 31 days left. That would be very bad to underestimate the importance of December. Don’t relegate next year to wishful thinking. Have a plan! You must see December as your springboard into soaring higher in the upcoming New Year. Here are my […]

This Week in Positive Change Management : Keep Working on 2015, Even Though You’re Planning for 2016

                Although 2016 is less than 32 days away, there is still time left to complete this year’s goals. You have time to make an indelible mark this year. Do not get tunnel vision simply because you want to trash this year forgetting that it has happened. There is still a little over one month […]