This interview was originally shared on the EVE Podcast. It has been slightly edited for conciseness
Nadya Saib explains how she strives to find a balanced, healthy way of meeting her various professional and personal responsibilities by developing a clear view of her priorities.
Each adventure is unique, personal, and relative, but the adventures that allow those who experience them to achieve their full potential, whether at home or further afield, all have a common denominator: taking a step outside your comfort zone.
The best translation of the word into English is probably “the reason you get out of bed each morning”. It’s a cross between a state of mind, an approach to personal self-development and the art of living within a community.
While women can work on their leadership skills to enhance their ability to move up in the career ladder, systemic change is also necessary to allow for more women leaders. What can organizations do to enhance systems that enable the best person, and not the best man, to advance into leadership roles?
The 5th edition of the EVE Program Asia-Pacific will be opening its doors in Singapore from July 11th to 13th. Ahead of this event that will bring together 150 new managers and directors for 3 days, have a look at the participants’feedback from the 2017 edition!
Slashers are a modern tribe of workers who have two or three jobs (or more), and who dabble in varied environments, dare to go against the flow.
According to Ali Davies, not only is emotional management an important skill to improve performance, it’s also important for increasing commitment at work. Have a look at her tips!