My manager left, and the new manager doesn’t like me! What now?

Be careful in jumping to conclusions early enough, otherwise you will jeopardize your career. When you get a new manager, it is important to be willing to make some adjustments. Your relationship with your manager impacts career the most. This relationship will be built only when you and your manager know enough about each other … Continue reading My manager left, and the new manager doesn’t like me! What now?

Why do we work – When individuals care about careers

In my last post on when organizations care about careers, I talked about various things an organization can do in order to utilize their employees effectively and in the process, help employees realize their career goals. However, not all companies care about careers, and when they don't, individuals suffer. It is essential for everyone to … Continue reading Why do we work – When individuals care about careers

Why do we work – when organizations care about careers

In the last post on Career Stages, I described a few key attributes for evaluating career progression that organizations and/or individuals need to take care of if they want to effectively manage the career, esp. of their senior employees. Low engagement level, 'through others' contribution mode, and # of real working hours are key points … Continue reading Why do we work – when organizations care about careers

Why do we work – career stages and attributes

In my previous post on 'Why do we work', I talked about 4 levels of employees from the perspective of career and motivational stages: Entry Level Employees, Senior employees/frontline managers, Middle Managers, and executives. They differ in terms of how they manage their career and what motivates them to give their best to the organization. … Continue reading Why do we work – career stages and attributes