Category: Wellness

Human Resources: A Successful Tip for Employee Engagement!

Two wrongs don’t make a right is a familiar saying. A new saying is, one critique and two praises create employee growth. Soliciting employee growth is important for any business and creating more growth in a long-term employee is a significant next step. Using this method, one critique and two praises, creates an organic conversation that allows leadership roles to give direction

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Increase Motivation Levels by Getting Into the Zone

One of the most widespread problems that people face in their careers is a lack of motivation. How do you keep going back to work day after day for most of the calendar year, except for Saturdays and Sundays? And how do you keep up this momentum for years on end? Sure, we all hear about the benefits of hard work. But

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Throw Out All Your Preconceived Notions About Communication

Most people don’t go to work to socialize and make friends; they go to work to finish specific tasks and make money. However, people who do well in their careers don’t only focus on making money; they consider work to be a way of life. And a life always includes other people. So communicating well with others should be a priority for

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Leadership Concepts: Diffusing an Angry Employee 101

In any given workplace, no two employees are alike. Each individual is motivated by unique factors, driven to communicate in their own unique ways, owns different expectations for their peers and their leaders, and becomes hurt and angered by varying comments and circumstances. The result? Occasional reactions that can feel at best surprising, and at worst like a flaming personal attack.  These

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5 Tips for Effective Corporate Time Management

Being able to manage your time wisely will help you be more productive, get things done sooner, and have more time to do the things that you like. Developing a time management strategy that works for you is crucial to achieving long-term success. Here are some tips to get you started. Be a Master Scheduler It all comes down to having clear

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Enhance Your Workplace Productivity and Creativity With Exercise

Most people think of exercise as a means to lose weight and improve health. However, it’s the last of these two benefits — health — that can profoundly improve your productivity and creativity at work. Improved health of the body includes that of the brain, which is, after all, just another of the body’s organs that benefits from the improved blood supply

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3 Simple Ways to Boost Employee Morale

Low morale can have a negative impact on a company’s bottom line. Miserable employees don’t perform well, and if an atmosphere is toxic, turnover will rise and productivity will fall. However, there are things employers can do to keep negativity at bay. Here are three simple (and free!) ways to boost employee morale.  Show appreciation for a job well done Too often,

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Start the New Year off Right!

It’s a new year and people around the world are setting goals and planning for an exciting 2018. January is also a great month for businesses and nonprofits to establish their human resources objectives and determine if their organization is operating at its peak. Here are three HR resolutions to help you start the year off right! Develop a plan for recruiting

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Physical vs. Mental Reasons for Lack of Motivation

Motivation is a problem which never entirely goes away. No matter how successful you might be, no matter how much money you make and no matter how much you love your job, you might still feel unmotivated from time to time. In fact, people who are at the peak of their career often say that they have to keep trying to motivate

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Motivate Yourself to Meet Malcolm Gladwell’s 10,000 Hour Rule for Success

Different people give you different recipes for doing well professionally. But the one thing that most people agree on is that it’s necessary to work hard if you want to get anywhere. There’s no substitute for putting in the hours. As Malcolm Gladwell says in his book, Outliers, you need to put in 10,000 hours if you want to be really great

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