Incivilities is rising

In recent years, there has been much talk on the incivility of societies. Incivility is neither isolated to a specific country nor a society. It is a global phenomenon that has been building up. One of the major concerns of incivility is its rise in the workplace. My first encounter with workplace incivility was very … Continue reading Incivilities is rising

Making the most of your life through your work

On average, we spend approximately 35% percent of our waking hours in the workplace (conscious mind minus the sleep), meaning approximately 35% of our time from the age of 18 to 60 or 65 years, we are with other individuals that are not our direct family (spouses, children, siblings and relatives).  Professor Michael Aamodt (industrial and organisational … Continue reading Making the most of your life through your work