Tag: Psychology

The Benefits Of Optimism

By Maria Alhais

Being positive about your future is an essential key to live a happy, relaxed life. Today I bring you the benefits of optimism, and why it’s so important that we talk about this as a business aspect.

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The Importance of Teamwork

The Importance of Teamwork.

By Abdul Rahman Mohammed

How good can a team be? seriously, How powerful is teamwork? great teamwork, I mean to really ask that question. Who defines the limit of Teamwork? and what if we were to push that edge.

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Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship.

By Abdul Rahman Mohammed

what does it mean to be an Entrepreneur? It is not for the faint heart it is only for the brave the courageous the calculated individuals. Entrepreneurship is reserved for the resilient ones.

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Interview with the former Intern Kateryna Maksymenko

Interview with the former Intern Kateryna Maksymenko

By Imane Mdarhri and Yelda Simsek

Internships are always the best opportunities to face challenges and learn new things. Also, they are the perfect chances for self-discovery.

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Interview with the former Intern Jovana Zorić

Interview with the former Intern Jovana Zorić

By Imane Mdarhri and Yelda Simsek

My journey at LSBC as an HR intern inspired me and empowered me to become a co-founder of a non-governmental organization, ‘MentalHub’ that empowers others.

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How To Be Yourself Guide

How To Be Your-Self-Guide

By Imane Mdarhri

A self-guided person is one who not only listens and follows one’s inner-self but also believes and encourages one to maintain and reach a higher level of self-esteem. It may be a long, complicated journey or a philosophical dilemma. However, this article can help you to guide and discover how to guide yourself.

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“What is Beautiful is Good” – Beauty Bias in Selection

By Leonardo Almonti

Beauty bias in selection plays a significant role in the workplace and we cannot ignore it anymore!

If we are looking for the perfect candidate, we cannot afford any sort of distraction. However, as we know, the human mind is always up for distractions (e.g. Cognitive Dissonance, Halo Effect, Illusion of Control). This is due to the fact that our brain has to deal with several bits of information every second, and creates unconscious shortcuts in order to be able to process them. Among the many different shortcuts that can affect our judgment, there is one that is particularly interesting: the beauty bias in selection.

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The quest for talent

The Quest for Talent: Selecting the Perfect Candidate

By Leonardo Almonti

Everybody is looking for them, they are the perfect candidate.
Today, more than ever in the history of the corporate world, the search for talents is becoming a “gold rush”. Not only we are looking for the most experienced and effective, but we are also looking for the most talented candidates. Not by chance, back in 1998 at McKinsey, consultants were already talking about “war for talent” (Michaels, Handfield-Jones, & Alexlrod, 2001). This is the quest for talent.

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stereotypical threats in the workplace

Analysing Stereotypical Threats in the Workplace

By Elif Çalışkan

Stereotypes are oversimplified generalizations about groups of people. They may be positive or negative. Stereotypes include judgments about a specific gender, race, age, or sexual orientation. Sometimes maybe even in the unconscious mind. People can often encounter these stereotypical threats in the workplace.  It is important to train employees to eliminate some stereotypes and provide awareness toward them. There are several forms of stereotypical threats that should be eliminated in the workplace.

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