Business emails are exciting. They can either make or break deals. So how do you make sure that you are sending the right type of emails?
What started out as a language school in a single room is now a community of teachers working with a new approach to community-based learning.
Kushal Gurung started Windpower Nepal to harness wind energy. But he has been tackling a lot more regards to renewable energy.
When hiring an employee, do you specify certain traits or go for fundamentals, and then match the job according to a person’s traits? Read on to find out which approach to select when hiring.
From using experiential learning methods to improving the quality of education in government schools, a bunch of startups are trying to make a difference.
Communication is an indispensable tool for a leader, but silence is a machine in a class of its own.
As an entrepreneur, meeting new people and building new connections sure is an exciting thing but at the same time is nerve wrecking because you don’t have a perfect set of lines to win them over within minutes. So to help you master your ‘introduction skills’, Sanam Chitrakar, a certified neuro-linguistics program practitioner, shares how he breaks down his ‘hello’s.
It sure feels good to admire the architecture of traditional houses but with time, it gets dangerous to live under that roof too. Architect Rabindra Puri of Namuna Ghar fame, has been working extensively on restoring such traditional houses and establishing community schools and museums.
An organization without any kind of dispute is as imaginary as a unicorn. Every organization has to face them at some point, so read on to find how to resolve disputes at work.
It all starts with an idea, and before you start on the execution part it might save you a lot of eff ort if you put the idea on test first.
Taking interviews is just as challenging as any other official work. Choosing the best among the best takes a lot of patience and a set of perfect questions.
Learning doesn’t always mean attending lectures, taking notes on what the professor says and passing the exam. Sub-consciously we are learning way more than we think we do from the surrounding around us.
Your mind goes blank, you get butterflies in your stomach, you sweat and you start to twitch. Public speaking- we’ve all been there and it’s okay to feel that way before addressing a large group of people. The good news is you can overcome this fear with a bit of preparation and a whole lot of practice. Get started.