Perspective

Types of Research

There are different types of research based on the purpose, method, level of investigation and outcomes. Different authors have classified the types of research differently. In this post, I share few types of research that are used in social science research. Types of Research Applied Research This type of research applies its findings to solve

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Are you giving up? Don’t, you can do it!

There are a lot of reasons for giving up; but a lot more to persevere… I was getting upset seeing my girls bound-up to their mobile phones after school and study hours. I lectured them about several creative things they can do rather than browsing the internet. With the weather getting cooler, I wanted them to come

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Harassment of Women at Workplace

How to deal with workplace harassment without losing your dignity Almost every woman would have suffered some sort of harassment at work in her career journey. She might have suffered quietly or shared it with her line manager or colleagues. In certain instances, her line manager would have solved her problem, yet in most cases,

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Parental Support for Children’s Well-being

Most parents expect a lot from their children. Expectations of parents from their children are often complex. Sometimes, we expect them to behave as mature and responsible adults. At other times, we worry over the extent of their awareness and exposure. Now and again, we teach them to be outspoken and bold, and then instruct

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Knowing thyself

The key for better relationship with people around you I have always believed in the counsel and profound thoughts of psychologists, behavior specialists, trainers and experts who recommend that understanding oneself is the key for successful living. Moreover, life has taught me through tough experiences that knowing thyself help in self-development and maintaining better and

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Four Types of People at Work

I have always enjoyed reading the following words in Dr. R.L. Bhatia’s book “The Executive Track – An Action Plan for Self-Development”. It goes like this – “He who knows not, and knows not that he knows not, is a fool – shun him; He who knows not, and knows that he knows not is

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When Trust meets Employees

Trust is a strong and powerful word. It has the power to make or break relationships. Trust is an emotion that plays an inevitable role in our everyday lives. It is the foundation for a successful and happy marriage, a functional family, or a progressive employee. When it comes to workplace, trust plays a very

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Etiquettes of Peer Observation

In my previous post, I had shared my views on the steps to be observed during peer observation. In this post, I wish to share with you few etiquettes of peer observation. If you need to gain maximum benefits out of the peer observation process, then both the observer and the observee need to follow

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Peer Observation in Higher Education

A Systematic Approach to Peer Observation Peer Observation is an important factor in the teaching-learning process. Peer observation is a system of classroom observation of teacher-by-teacher. The general objectives of this exercise are to improve the quality of teaching and share innovative and effective practices in teaching and learning. Consequently, higher educational institutions are giving

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Value-added Behaviors of Managers

Managers in organizations perform various functions and shoulder multiple responsibilities. One of the essential roles of every manager is to inculcate the right kind of values in employees. Fundamentally, employees expect managers to do their job adorned with a set of values. Likewise, managers advocate a style of management centered on positive values and attitudes.

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