Guest Post – DIGITAL NOMAD – 3 BASIC TIPS ON HOW TO BECOME ONE

Original post found here on my site diginomsolutions.com

Being a digital nomad is an awesome experience! You can be one too, but don’t believe it is as easy as just booking a ticket.

I am often asked – where and how do you start? Being an unexperienced digital nomad – I have just started – I thought I could share what I would answer to any aspiring nomad.

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Guest Post – Managing Performers and Potential – 3 steps

In a time when the workforce is increasingly transient, your ability to identify high-performing and high-potential employees—and that of your managers—is critical. And yet, many struggle to distinguish one from the other, negatively impacting their ability to develop and retain top talent. In many organizations, performance is the primary measure of an employee’s value in the organization. Star performers are promoted and rewarded, while diamonds in the rough become disengaged and move on.

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Self-fulfilling prophecy – how our perceptions can influence reality

Why will some people succeed while others fail? If you have ever participated in a team sport as a youngster you might recall that some players always got to play more than others. These players where often those with the best skills and therefore the coaches preferred them over other less skilled players. As a result, these players would become better and the others had to work harder and often failed to improve in order to catch a spot on the team. This effect could be caused by something called the self-fulfilling prophecy.

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“He did it because..,but I did it because..” How attribution theory impact on how you percieve others.

How do you explain someone actions and how do you explain your own actions? If you give it some thought you might acknowledge that how you explain them are very different. For example, someone is late to work because they are lazy or because something happened on the way to work? How you understand your and others actions will alter how people are perceived.

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