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How to be Productive in the Period of Covid-19 Lockdown.

With the number of COVID-19 cases growing exponentially and many countries in a state of lockdown, most of us are entering the second or third week of working from home. As the world fights a relentless battle against the pandemic, each of us is faced with our own daily struggles. With the line between professional and personal spaces blurring, many of us are finding it increasingly difficult to juggle deadlines with homeschooling, online lectures with household chores, and writing papers with attending to pets. Having no physical office space to go to, no face-to-face meetings, no coffee breaks with the team, no animated discussions about a new project, the typical workday looks rather bleak, and for many, productivity is dropping to an all-time low. For researchers, the lockdowns also mean no lab work, conferences getting cancelled, clinical trials suspended, and face-to-face interviews postponed indefinitely. Naturally, you may not be able to make adequate progress on your current p

The Major Attributes Of Leadership

The following are important factors of leadership: 1. Unwavering Courage: based upon knowledge of self, and one's occupation. No follower wishes to be dominated by a leader who lacks self-confidence and courage. No intelligent follower will be dominated by such a leader very long. 2. Self-Control: The man who cannot control himself can never control others. Self-control sets a might example for one's followers, which the more intelligent will emulate 3. A Keen Sense Of Justice: Without a sense of fairness and justice, no leader can command and retain the respect of his followers. 4. Definiteness of Decision: The man who wavers in his decisions shows that he is not sure of himself. He cannot lead others successfully. 5. Definiteness Of Plans: The successful leader must plan his work and work his plan. A leader who moves by guesswork, without practical, definite plans, is comparable to a ship without a rudder. Sooner or later he will land on the rocks. 6. The Habit Of Doi