Article by: Jayati Chakraborty (Executive Vice President – Business and Operations at Teleperformance).
Summer vacation, a source of great delight to all school children and looked forward to eagerly by them, poses a challenge to working mothers as they have to organize child care and devise innovative ways of keeping their brood busy and entertained.
Since I have had to wade through dozens of summer breaks with my child whilst working in the fast paced world of business, I regard myself as a near expert in terms of managing these challenges. Here are some tips and tricks that I have accumulated over the last few years to survive summer vacation:
Article By Lakshmi Vijaykumar, Principal Research Consultant – AVTAR Group
A few months ago, a comic visual that nailed the challenges faced by a working woman climbing the corporate ladder made waves in the Internet world. The image was shared on Twitter by Anand Mahindra, chairman of the Indian business conglomerate Mahindra Group. He mentioned on his self-realization moment while baby-sitting his one-year old grandson at home.
We get it. You have just enough time after a long day at work to catch a breath. But hear this out, those small pockets of idle time outside of work matter. They matter so much, that they could have a direct impact on your professional/ personal life in the long run. This article isn’t about picking up a new hobby, creating a new music playlist, lighting scented candles, reading Paulo Coelho, or listening to a motivational podcast or a Tedtalk. It’s literally two things you could do during those small pockets of idle time you get every day to turn them into your most productive part of the day.
Article by : Premsai Samonotoray , Life Skill Trainer.
These days, we women introduce ourselves as a working women or just a house wife. There are very few women, who take pride in saying that they are a home maker. Whether we women are in the office, or home the fact is that we work everywhere. The question is how we perceive our work. That makes all the difference.
Article by: Savitha Sampath, Digital Marketing Consultant.
A woman quits her job when she is pregnant, when she has to nurture her family, when she has to take care of the elderly or when her spouse travels. If not for all, a woman may quit her job owing to any one of these reasons in some point of her life. In most of the cases, she is forced to take a career break.
Have you ever thought about what it would feel like, if you had to start invoicing the services that you provide your husband (let’s keep children away from this discussion, for now) and how that scenario will unfold in your house? Read More » “The De Facto Ceo”
Over a hot cup of coffee as I flipped through the albums of past years and took a walk down memory lane, I realized how much time has breezed through. Being independent was a high those days, starting from driving my own cycle to school from the age of 12. Read More » “Currents Of Life !”
Article By Lakshmi Vijaykumar, Senior Research Consultant -AVTAR Group
The FIFA fever is on. It’s all about goals, free kicks and not to forget one up-man-ship. Football may not be played as a national sport in our country, nor be worshipped as a religion like cricket, but the heat of the game is spreading fast enough. Read More » “Kick-Start Your Goal”
Article By Lakshmi Vijaykumar, Senior Research Consultant – AVTAR Group
A clutter free house or workspace is all about fantasies versus reality. One aims to be clutter free (that’s a fantasy) and quite achieves that but the truth is that image is temporary (reality). A few weeks after your de cluttering effort, the space starts staring at you with the same pile of papers, or a set of cutlery lying on the table, so on and so forth. Read More » “Free Up To Clear Your Mind And Soul”