Why do we need interpersonal relationship skills? There are certain things we all need to survive this life. Of course, the core basics such as food and shelter are a given. But over time and as civilization has developed, these necessities of life have grown from simple things. Now, there are so many more duties and responsibilities we are required to fulfill. For example, it is necessary to support ourselves, to hold a job that pays our bills, and to do well in our social
Millennials characteristics are things that fascinate everyone. But what makes them so different from other generations? Those born between 1980 and 2000 – or millennials – are generally more tech-savvy and extremely self-confident. They are probably university-educated so they have a clear plan for career development. But, they are also seen to be "addicted" to the online world. A study showed that 65% of millennials state they and their routine would be more affected by losing their phone or computer than by losing their car. Millennials
If you fancy taking your life in a new direction and are looking for adventure jobs, then we have you covered. Check out the top five businesses here. If you’re the kind of person who is interested in adventure jobs or wants to improve their life by starting a new business, you have to ensure it’s something that you can be passionate about. Once the initial motivation of beginning your business has faded, you need to be ready to buckle down and do the hard
When praise makes you cringe, it can be really hard to know how to reply to a compliment without coming across as awkward or rude. Knowing how to reply to a compliment properly is a great tool in your personal and professional life. Proper receipt of compliments shows that you know you are good at your job without seeming over-confident. The trick is to receive a compliment graciously without seeming uncomfortable or overconfident, but this isn’t always easy… especially for introverts. What’s the deal with
A Baby Boomer may struggle to adapt to the new work environment we witness in today’s society. Over the last 50 years, both our economy and society have seen tremendous changes. As a Baby Boomer, you know very well that these changes have impacted the way we live, communicate and live daily — especially when it comes to the workforce. From breaking gender stereotypes to integrating artificial intelligence technology, the workplace has come a long way over the past half-century. But no matter how much
They say children are the future – but some of these young inventors are creating it! Technology has created a number of opportunities, but more so for young inventors. Gone are the days where years of craftsmanship go into inventing the next best gadget. Today, more and more young people are running billion dollar businesses from their bedrooms. Some of the people mentioned below came from humble beginnings, but have grown into impressive entrepreneurs. Some young inventors have gone on to be world name brands.
Interpersonal communication skills are essential in creating success, and they’re so simple to learn. What are interpersonal communication skills? ‘Interpersonal communication skills’ is another way of saying ‘people skills’. In other words, they are the skills that we use every day when interacting with others. We use them in communication, collaboration and coordination, and a lot of the time we don’t even notice. The fact we don’t notice them makes it difficult to notice when they may not be very strong, but we always notice when
Everyone knows Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Edison, and Alexander Graham Bell. But have you heard about women inventors like Grace Hopper or Stephanie Kwolek? Perhaps not. These women inventors, however, have quietly contributed to society with their innovations. Sadly, a woman's achievements are often overlooked. We detail how the discoveries of these talented ladies have changed the world. Why society overlooks women inventors The number of patents awarded to women inventors throughout history has been few. Many women never considered patenting an invention, and here's why.