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Training " Service Excellence, New Paradigm for Applied Hospital Services"

15 Januari 2018

Indoprima cooperates with RS. PMI Bogor has organized "Service Excellence" training to a number of its employees.
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Workshop "Building Business Acumen" PT.Angkasa Pura I (Persero)

15 Januari 2018

Indoprima cooperates with PT.Angkasa Pura I (Persero) held a workshop "Building Business Acumen"for its employees
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5 Simple Exercises to Break your Patterns

28 Agustus 2014

Why is it so difficult to break our routines? It's hard because our brain is programmed to recognize patterns and to respond automatically. That's why you don't think anymore on 'how to drive a car', 'which route to take to the office' or 'how to log in to your computer'.
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Hacking Diversity: How to Get it Right in Tech

28 Agustus 2014

Ultimately, we have to be the change. We can and should work to close the opportunity gap (which several companies are doing), but the truth is that we build the companies from the people up. We need to hack recruiting, break it down and rebuild it to source qualified, diverse candidates for each role. We need to act collectively, seeking diversity out through all of our networks. Most importantly, we must build companies where employees from every background feel celebrated and inspired to come to work.
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The Counterintuitive Trait That Will Make You Significantly More Successful

26 Agustus 2014

One of my biggest pet peeves is when a pessimist says, "I'm not a pessimist. I'm a realist."

Truthfully, most of us think we're "realists." We see the world the way we see it. But how we actually behave is a different matter, and reveals the truth about our outlook. A "realist" who complains about how the country will be worse under President X is really a pessimist. A "realist" who thinks that because she's won three hands in a row means she's more likely to win the next hand is optimistic, but in a very bad way.

Optimism: hopefulness and confidence about the future or the successful outcome of something.
Pessimism: a tendency to see the worst aspect of things or believe that the worst will happen; a lack of hope or confidence in the future.

Generally, pessimism is seen as a bad thing. It prevents us from going after our dreams. Yet, smart investors rely on pessimism to hedge bets and not lose money. And though glass-half-full optimism is typically praised by society and touted by successful entrepreneurs, Bernie Madoff went to prison because of his faith in his ability to beat the financial system without getting caught.
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How to Spot a Bad Boss Before you start a new job

26 Agustus 2014

Bad bosses are terrible for your career. They’re terrible for companies. They’re terrible for the economy and, in a wider sense, they’re terrible for society. We’ve all encountered bosses who project their own insecurities onto other people by carving out small fiefdoms and ruling them with an iron fist. These bosses are hypocritical in what they demand of their employees verses what they themselves accomplish. They issue orders instead of leading. They micromanage. And they refuse to take accountability.
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Fired at 50? Now what?

26 Agustus 2014

This post is for anyone over 50 years old finding themselves without a job and contemplating self-employment.
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3 Career Lessons I Learned from Making Bad Sandwiches

26 Agustus 2014

When your career comes to a close, the last thing you want to do is look back and think “what if?” You want to look back with the satisfaction that you gave it everything and continually grew along the way. Your career is a journey, but most importantly – it’s YOUR journey. Chart your course, be open to new experiences, push yourself to achieve your full potential, and make a few bad sandwiches if you need to.
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