Category: Motivation

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How to Improve Employee Morale and Motivation [Without Raising Costs]

Bolstering employee morale and unleashing motivation does not necessarily require offering expensive incentives or the implementation of big programs. There are cost-effective but tangible ways for organizations and team leaders to excel...

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How to Manage in the Age of The Millennial [Reverse Mentoring]

Trying to pin down and accurately describe an entire generation of workers using common stereotypes and generalized studies can be tricky (and inaccurate), but as far as millennials are concerned, the situation...

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Employee Development: Consider a Strengths-Based Approach

A big part of being a good leader is investing in employee development methods. Taking the time to help your employees develop into effective and engaged team members will support short- and...

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5 Reasons a Holiday Office Party Can Improve Your Company Culture

What is Company Culture? Whether you know it or not, your company has a culture. Company culture is the personality of an organization and stems from factors such as work environment, management...

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Can You Really Build Company Culture through a Candy Bowl? (And Related Stories)

The office candy bowl: For some, this dish of sugary goodness is a sweet reprieve from the daily grind and an invitation to network with coworkers; for others, the candy bowl poses...

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How to Build Trust in the Workplace and Strengthen Team Unity

Just like every lasting relationship, any successful workplace requires two key elements: trust and unity. Without these pillars in place, your team members are likely to feel that they can’t rely on...

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Employee Retention: The Hidden Cost of Losing a Team Member

One of the worst drains on a business’ resources is the cost of losing talented employees. Companies that pay attention to their employees and work hard to retain talent in the organization...

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7 Things Highly Successful People Do (That the Rest of Us Don’t)

1,440 minutes—that’s the time that each of us has in a day. What we do with that time makes a significant impact on our productivity and overall success. You reap what you...

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3 Underutilized Ways to Tap into Your Innovative Abilities

Creativity is your brain’s ability to think about yourself, others, and the world around you in unique and original ways. In a professional context, we are referring specifically to the ability to...

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8 Warning Signs of Burnout (And How To Reverse Them)

Occupational burnout is a type of psychological stress. Employees who are burned out feel exhausted and worn out by their jobs, and burnout leads to employees being disengaged and unproductive at work....

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