The leadership approach at Amana Takaful has been inflexible since recent years which ultimately demotivates the workforce. The inflexible nature of the leaders, will take time to adapt and embrace change and will not be able to maintain productivity during transition period. Apart from being really good at doing things, companies must be really good at learning how to do new things which is fostering rapid adaption that could derive competitive
She had to juggle being a full time student with other part time jobs, while also acting as the CAO of this organization. She said that initially it was a big struggle to try to get everything done, and she prioritized SA over other commitments because her lack of work would affect her entire team and also the student body. But in doing, her personal and academic life suffered. In the end, she learned to manage her time better and to delegate tasks on her team as needed so that she is able to do her job successfully. Another struggle that she faced was acting as a supervisor to her peers, and in some cases, staff that was much older than her.
It is true that studying in a foreign country is often beneficial. However studying overseas does not come without its critics. From stress , anxiety and pressure to economical difficulties and accomondation and from lonelines , lack of friends and depression to no health insurance , safety or communication with the love ones, the problems that an overseas student can face are huge and difficult to cope with. Being far away from your family and friends is also a serious disadvantage. Similarly , it is utterly essential to find a job or burden your parents with your finances or to limit your expences drammatically.
When I thought about some self-care practices to include into my life during the semester relaxation was the top priority. I tend to not take time out of my day to relax, I am constantly on the go never taking the time to just relax myself; this in turn affects me and my overall wellbeing. Engaging in relaxing self-care activities is a struggle for me due to the fact that I am constantly busy with stuff for school or I’m at work; and personal issues have always been an excuse that leads me to either put off doing these activities. I had felt some pains in my body, but often make an excuse about why I cannot take time to myself to just unwind and feel at ease. I decided to use the day off from class to do two self-care activities that would
It is an important factor in leadership which is the sign of strength, but whenever I passed on the work to others for the most of the time I have been disappointed. May be I could not communicate the message well enough. Having the vision and idea in mind is one thing, the ability to clearly and sufficiently describe what you want done is different and extremely important. Or maybe I failed to identify the right person for the right task. While working in a team or in my personal life in the family I usually fail to delegate the job to others and I end up working on my own which in some cases could result in inability to control my temper in under work load.
It is often hard to give my full attention when I feel down in the dumps. I oftentimes think of up and quitting my job and doing what I love; however, that is not only irresponsible- but also pretty impractical. While I am still in school, I am a full time student, a full time employee, and a full time wife. It is a challenge when I go into work and watch others around me slack off and yet are still within the graces of the ‘head haunch’. There have been countless times when I have considered that I am the ‘outcast’ because I do not look the part and refuse to be a puppet or pawn in the office job game.
In professional life, for example, those who cannot establish priorities and set goals, are at higher risk of delaying the delivery of critical work. These inefficiencies are a common cause of extra hours of work due to the need to offset potential losses or bad results. In personal life, house chores, taking care of children, school, studies, shopping, etc., need to be listed and organized to help with your day and your time. It may seem a simple task for women who are multipurpose and can do everything at once, but the fact is, to do everything at once without prior planning will potentially cause physical and emotional fatigue.
The majority of people always say that they want to live the moment, forget about their future for a second and just relax a little bit. However, in today’s society, we have lots of work to catch up with. From our homes to offices, daily struggles don’t seem to let us live by the motto, “carpe diem.” Nevertheless, it’s in the human nature to interpret commands as challenges, so we do the opposite of what daily struggles want us to do and we procrastinate. Procrastination is doing the most enjoyable thing at the moment and delaying the less attractive ones to another time. Let’s say you have homework to do for tomorrow but also HBO didn’t show you what happened to Daenerys Targaryen at the last episode of Game of Thrones so you are crawling
Then some people believe that multitasking is not effective and just ends up distracting someone from what they are trying to get done. In reality we need multitasking to survive whether it is at work, school, or home. Multitasking cannot always be used because they are some activities that require someone’s full attention. When multitasking you to need to use common
Most likely during the initial stages of your career transition you will make less money and work harder than you ever imagined, due to your lack of experience in your new field. Don't rule out professional help - Making a career transition can be overwhelming, even devastating if you are unprepared. If you haven't been in the job market in quite some time, seeking professional guidance is a great idea. I recommend you could start by researching service providers online. Bottom-line, while making a career transition can be overwhelming, even devastating if you are not prepared, it can also open the doors to a journey that is both a challenge and a new opportunity.