A habit is an acquired behavior that, repeatedly done on a regular basis, becomes “involuntary” and we end up doing it on autopilot. Through out our life we all have developed habits that we do without even thinking anymore: sometimes we don’t even realise we are doing them, unless someone points it out. On a … More Creating Habits helps our Brain
Communication is the act of sharing and transferring information from one place, person, or group to another, using signs, symbols, and other conventions mutually understood. We receive information through our senses, therefore our way to process it can be visual, auditory, kinesthetic, olfactory, and gustatory. They represent the modalities or sensory styles that a person … More Most common Communication Styles
Mindset is the way we look at the world around us and the way we see ourselves. It influences our thinking and actions: it’s like that internal voice that keeps telling us “You can make it” or keeps reminding us “You can’t do that“. According to psychologist Carol Dweck, there are two kinds of mindset: … More Mindset and the power of ‘Yet’
According to Systems Thinking, organizations are systems where it is the interaction between the parts that define the system itself. This means that the organization (the system) is a product of the interaction of its parts, not just the sum of them. This way of looking at organizations leads us to explore human problems, and … More The benefits of a solution-oriented approach
Working from home has always been more common among self-employed, even if in the last decade it has increased also among dependent employees. In Europe in 2009, only 7.5 % of dependent employees was working remotely, which went up to 11% in 2019. (source: Eurostat LFS). Since the outbreak of Covid-19 millions workers in the … More How can we improve our remote communication?
We talked about Mental well-being and how this do not mean being happy and smiley all the time, but it’s how we react to the hard moments and how we behave in rough times. An important role for keeping our well-being is the presence of a set of skill sets and personality traits among which … More How Resilience can help mental well-being
When you encounter a problem or a difficult situation, what do you usually do? Which questions do you ask? The questions you ask yourself the moment you face a problem is what makes you a “Problem Solver” or a “Solution-Oriented Person”. When you read through job offers, you realize that most of the companies are … More Are you a problem solver or a solution-oriented person?
Working from home, at COVID-19 times, has moved from being a privilege to a need. A Fluentpulse research done in May 2020 says that “59% of the people currently working from home would continue to do so once restrictions are lifted and offices reopen“. Companies have been working to put in place the correct tools … More The top skill for working online
In the past year, we all have faced difficult and challenging moments, at home and at work. Most probably you have read articles or talked with friends or colleagues about mental health and well-being. What do these words really mean and what can we do to reach a state of well-being? Let’s start being clear … More Mental well-being
“Mindset is a person’s way of thinking” – Cambridge Dictionary “Mindset is a set of attitudes or fixed ideas that somebody has and that are often difficult to change” – Oxford Dictionary Would you believe that your mindset has a strong impact on your life? Mindset is the way we see the world around us … More How is your Mindset?