How to cope with work stress in an organization that does not have psychological safety.
We talk about 4 ways that leaders can take to encourage Psychological Safety within Pasifika Organizations.
Do you feel that you can safely contribute your thoughts and opinions about how to improve performance in the office? Do you have to mentally prepare yourself before answering any questions at work? If you feel smothered mentally and physically drained at work, the chances are that your work environment lacks psychological safety. This is … Continue reading Psychological Safety in Pasifika Workplaces? Why Is It Important?
What I/O Psychology is and why I am passionate about it.
As I've mentioned in the previous post (check that out for tips on strategies to implement a culture of giving), the concept of sharing and giving is imprinted onto us like the dark black and brown inks that dance across our tapa, nga’atu or masi, providing rich detail and design to an otherwise plain canvas. … Continue reading A Culture of Giving – Why It Is Hard To Implement This Culture In Our Organizations!
From flipping burgers in Fiji and Hawaii to being the Director of Learning and Development for Sofitel Fiji Resort and Spa, the journey has been one of self-development and passion for Mr Altaab Khan. A self-described meliorist for human development is a firm believer in the process of neuroplasticity, the brain's ability to change and … Continue reading The Meliorist – Altaab Khan
The concept of giving has been embedded into our Pasifika culture for millennia. Now is the time for us to apply it into our business culture as well.
Most of us believe that HR should only focus on the standard issues of the organization such as hiring and firing, and though those are core functions, there is more that HR can offer in our quest to build competitive organizations. The simplest and “easiest-on-the-pockets” way to do this is to change our mindset and … Continue reading Proactive HR in the Real World