Excuses Don’t Make An Action

People in trouble usually try to find any excuse to justify their status. It’s quite a normal way to react, but it’s also one of the most pointless and unprofitable behaviours ever. There could be many meaningful reasons why that trouble pointed out and it is important to understand the main impacting ones, both in […]

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8 Intelligences To Empower Your Career

Howard Gardner is an American psychologist, he is currently the senior director of Harvard Project Zero and, since 1995, he has been the co-director of The Good Project. He has written hundreds of research articles and thirty books that have been translated into more than thirty languages. His theory of multiple intelligences, outlined in his book […]

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200.000 OF YOU

A successful growth for Wyser presence on LinkedIn, which drew around 50.000 thousands follower in just three months, from the beginning of the year. We were 150.000 people in January and reached more than 200.000 followers in April. Thank you all for your efforts and support. And keep supporting Wyser reposting, liking and commenting posts […]

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I’m Up For Something Special

  People usually change job for these three main reasons: * Professional growth  * Bad relationship with their boss * Bad corporate climate Once one of the three conditions above mentioned happens, employees become hardened job seekers. The funny thing is that even if people could have different perspectives about what “a good Job” means for […]

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Back In The Saddle

Standing up after a bad experience is one of the most difficult things to do. You need all your energy and strength to re-start from scratch. Using that bad outcome as an input to improve yourself. Understanding what to do even better or differently and what not to do at all. A common saying reads […]

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Judging People Doesn’t Mean Giving Them Feedback

Giving a good feedback means supporting people to develop themselves, challenging them constructively and enhancing their growth gradually. Ken Blanchard, an American author, said “feedback is the breakfast of champions”. I strongly believe that fostering a “feedback culture” is a huge opportunity for everyone in order to cooperate successfully inside the organization. This is one […]

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5 Simple Beliefs To Face Unexpected Events

You can do your best, enhancing yourself, being positive toward events. You can do a great job, evaluating pros and cons for any step you take, being careful and over prepared. You can have a great strategy and implement it in minute detail. However, the unexpected can happen, messing your plans up and establishing a […]

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A word about People Engagement in Wyser Serbia

Harvard Business Review recently referenced Employee Engagement as: “The holy grail of today’s workplace”. Ultimately, companies want to retain talent, nurture employees, and build strong, lasting teams. But, when employees are disengaged, there’s the risk that they are actively searching for another job. You want your employees to WANT to come to work. We want them […]

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No Skills, No Party

Albert Einstein said “once you stop learning, you start dying”. At professional and managerial level, we can affirm the same: once you stop learning, you start losing your employability. It’s quite obvious that our own development is important and we need to take care about it. However, it is the first thing people often sacrifice […]

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Who should actually change?

The labor market experts usually talk about “skill shortage” when, in a specific country, candidates don’t have the “right” skills that market actually needs. Lack of competences, knowledge, abilities and so on.  This “talent mismatch” often generates difficulties in recruiting highly-skilled profiles. Consequently, companies have to recruit more often candidates abroad or to invest on […]

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