Woman’s Freedom

Woman’s Freedom means different things to different people. A person from a Women’s Rights organization looks at it from a perspective that is far different from how a suppressed woman views freedom. Generally, when you talk about woman’s freedom, it denotes her freedom in living her life, as she should. If a woman is able

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Assessing Administration Skills

Administration and Management are terms that are often confused and interpreted in different ways. Experts will agree that the two terms differ in their meaning and functions. When I was in college, I always loved studying the first chapter of any Introduction to Management book. It would have content on functions and levels of management,

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Planning Skills

Moving from Ideas to Action requires effective Planning Skills Planning needs to start with a mindset to execute an idea. You may have the best plans for carrying out your ideas, decisions, or desires, but they might remain shelved if you do not take the initiative to convert those ideas into actions. Therefore, this requires

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Steps in conducting a Research

Research is a scientific process and therefore, involves many steps in carrying out the Research. It requires proper planning, information gathering, analyzing and inferring of data. Steps in conducting a research may be presented in different ways by experts and academicians depending on the nature of study. However, they differ only in the way of

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Assessing Management Skills

Most people believe that managers are the backbone of any organization. On the one hand, employees look upon managers as their defenders and heroes, whereas on the other hand, policy makers and executives see them as key players in the growth and stability of the organization. Employees expect a lot from managers. They desire their

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Assessing Organizational Skills

A productive and successful employee is invariably someone who has good Organizational Skills. It is one of the most important transferable skills expected at workplace by the employers. You may possess several essential skills such as leadership skills, communication skills or interpersonal skills that make you successful at work. However, organizational skills are key skills

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Assessing Time Management Skills

After working on something for several days or hours, have you felt that it was a sheer waste of time and that you could have rather done something better? Are you one of those people who are always rushing, racing against time?   Do you always sacrifice your personal time to complete official tasks and yet

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Dealing with Stress

In today’s fast-paced world accentuated by competition, workplace challenges and survival of the fittest, people involuntarily suffer due to stress. If there is something that you cannot avoid in life, that is being stressed. Life brings stress in a variety of ways and the challenge lies in whether you deal with stress or stress deals

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Assessing Negotiation Skills

Three women were involved in a serious discussion over a million-dollar question. The critical issue was ‘if’ and ‘why’ they had to pay leave salary for the housekeeper. The issue came up because the housekeeper had clearly informed that she would stop working if leave salary will not be paid. It did not matter to

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Engaging Students of Business Studies / Management Courses in Higher Education for Effective Learning

Do and Learn Approach Students doing Business Studies or Management courses learn through different methods in classrooms. Case studies, group discussion, critical thinking exercises, assignments, seminars, presentations, quizzes and other classroom activities support regular lectures for enhancing students’ learning experiences. Furthermore, educational institutions use various strategies to assess students’ involvement and contributions in such activities.

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