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Emotional intelligence can help make better doctors

Not only does emotional intelligence foster resilience, which acts as a protective barrier towards work-related stress, it also helps one become more trustworthy. The best part is, it can be trained!


Companies should monitor egos of employees to prevent unethical behaviour

An inflated ego leads one to have strong feelings of entitlement and actions driven by self-interest, which could come at the cost of an organisation’s reputation.


Stress can lead to risky decisions

Risk taking, defined here as decision making that involves high costs and high rewards, is determined by both human personality as well as stress-related factors.

If You Aspire to Be a Great Leader, Be Present

To be truly present, not only must leaders focus on the current moment using both mind and body, they must also make an effort to connect and listen to their people sincerely.

The Better You Know Yourself, the More Resilient You’ll Be

Resilience can be harnessed by understanding your own strengths and weaknesses, by managing your emotions well, and from the principles and values that guide you in life everyday.

Have you heard? Gossiping isn't all bad

While gossiping usually has a negative connotation, it allows us to monitor and learn from the behaviours of others. Eventually, this helps us to develop a better understanding of what are expected and appropriate behaviours in society.

How to Tell If a Company’s Culture Is Right for You

Getting a job offer is only half the battle won. The other half is how long you can last in your new job, and thus it is important to know whether you can assimilate into your new company based on its culture and people.

Why is everyone so busy?

Principles of both economics and psychology apply to the perception and utilisation of time as an invaluable resource, culminating in the all-too-familiar phrase, “Time is Money”.