Prague Leadership Institute “An eye for an eye will only make the whole world blind.” Let’s apply Mahatma Gandhi’s quote to the world of business. It aptly describes the zero-sum environment of silo thinking—I win, you lose—which becomes an endless cycle of negative posturing and waiting for a payback opportunity. read more No related posts.
Prague Daily Monitor Magdalena Kytnerová was born before the existence of Czechoslovakia, in the Austrian-Hungarian Monarchy, in Austria, in March 1911. During her childhood she became an orphan, which never makes life easier. One of her key personality traits was taking things with ease. read more No related posts.
Prague Daily Monitor In Czechia, approximately 10% of females work part-time, versus 24.5% in the EU or even 37.8% in Germany says Anna Putnová, a teacher and co-founder of the Czech-Moravian Association of Women Entrepreneurs and Managers. The Minister of Labour Jana Maláčová (ČSSD) promises to find a fix for the situation and promote jobs which can be split between employees. read more No related posts.