Keeping the Trust by Tackling conflict

My long term goal is to work as a leader, and in building my skill set, reflection is key. To assist with this, in addition to other topics, I’ll also be blogging about practical leadership experiences. I will try to be as concrete as possible, and as practical as possible. Continue reading Keeping the Trust by Tackling conflict

The Power of Words in Sales – A Tribute

When i started with Mynewsdesk i spent a lot of time listening, picking up and most importantly learning from my former boss – Martin Garbarczyk. One of the key things he keeps emphasizing is the power of words. In our daily life we use words almost all the time – Continue reading The Power of Words in Sales – A Tribute

20 + 3 Nuggets for Young Professionals aspiring for Management

At the time of writing I am myself a “Young Professional”. I have a clear goal for my career – striving towards becoming a Manager (and leader) and in the long run a┬áCIO (Both, ideally operating at the intersection of business and technology). However I’m also acutely aware that a Continue reading 20 + 3 Nuggets for Young Professionals aspiring for Management

Single-tasking – an effective way of life

Single-Tasking is one of the answers to that line of those age-old questions, that many of us always answer yes to. Would you like to be more effective? Would like to achieve more with less time? and so the line of questioning continues, whilst trying to excite those reading or Continue reading Single-tasking – an effective way of life

Calmness – a cornerstone for leadership and personal development

Calmness – have you ever thought about how this impacts your life? This post was inspired by a post by Leo Babauta and his pot from may: “The 7 Habits of Calmness“. In my professional career to date, I realised that there is one element that keeps coming back time Continue reading Calmness – a cornerstone for leadership and personal development