Miscommunication is the most overused term whenever something goes wrong. Are communicating by email with your team and other key players to run your operations? Are you battling communications issues like many departments are? Do those incidents get escalated only to fall under the miscommunication umbrella? Flooding people’s inboxes with threads of e-mails and “FYI’s”… Continue reading 5 tips to avoid miscommunication at the workplace
That moment you realise you made a huge mistake. The butterflies in your stomach, and your endless search for a safe spot to hide and cry a little! We have all made brutal social media mistakes. That one wrong post in a group you are managing can be a nightmare! Since I made my social media slip-up, the… Continue reading To Post or not to Post !
When the whole world started raving about a mobile application that basically allows you to virtually catch a mythical creature, I felt compelled to do my research. The news reports I found were mixed. Some media channels have reported a lot of accidents and bad experiences involving the wrongful usage of the application. I understand… Continue reading The Pokémon Go phenomenon
The United Kingdom is the only country that colonized the world and is now complaining about immigration! This is very ironic in my opinion; here is my take on that obnoxious stance. This is not a blog against rights of voting or democracy, only an opinion of democracy gone wrong. Brexit recently took over the… Continue reading Brexit, one vote, two sides.
At any moment throughout history there have been terminologies to describe those who are or are not socially acceptable. Ethnic and religious backgrounds are the first criteria to categorise who the ‘bad guy’, or the most recent term – terrorist, is. The English definition of the term is: ter·ror·ist ˈterərəst/ Noun Noun: terrorist; plural noun: terrorists… Continue reading The ‘Mohammed’ effect and social change
Traveling is not always easy and glamorous, especially for budget travelers. Figuring out where to start and how, where nothing looks familiar, is challenging. The amount of research, websites and bookings are overwhelming. GetYourGuide, categorizes 22,600 activities under one platform. GetYourGuide has the world’s biggest collection of things to do when exploring new cities. The company… Continue reading Get a guide to 22,600 activities at your fingertips
Ian Bradbury, Founder and CEO of the 1st New Allied Expeditionary Forces (NAEF) Ian Bradbury is an expert in defence advisory and analysis. Bradbury delivers sound guidance and advice to clients. He has extensive experience with private and national agencies. In 2014, Ian founded the 1st New Allied Expeditionary Forces (NAEF), a Canadian-registered, not-for-profit organization working… Continue reading Corporate Profile