Category: relationships

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What is Microlearning and Why Care About It?

Humpback whales are “filter feeders,” collecting their prey by swimming forward with their mouths wide open. Although they do eat and require larger prey such as sardines, anchovies, salmon, haddock, and other...

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How to Develop Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace: Tips and Strategies

Have you ever had a misunderstanding at work and walked away wondering what the other person’s problem was? Do you ever get overly frustrated at work or lose motivation? Increasing your emotional...

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How to Successfully Manage Change in the Workplace

Stephen Covey wrote, “There are three constants in life: change, choice, and principles.” As a leader, it’s your responsibility to help your employees manage changes in the workplace, and one of the...

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3 Tips On How To Communicate With Intent

Relationships with in-laws can be challenging, but I am lucky to be blessed with in-laws who I like very much. Early on in my marriage, I called my mother-in-law and had an...

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Conflict Avoiding Generation

The New York Times recently did some anecdotal research on feeling awkward with talking to friends, in person, to resolve differences. Of course, these social habits are likely to rub off into...

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How to Create a Win Win Situation in Business Conflict

Most successful organizations encourage and welcome the open discussion of opinions and ideas.  Among diverse groups of employees, there are bound to be differences in opinions, something that may seem, initially, to...

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Look Around, Recognize, and Celebrate Great Work!

One challenge that I continually see with managers and supervisors is that recognition and celebration for great results is limited. While most managers and supervisors understand the importance of and are open...

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Teamwork Makes Beautiful Music

Playing the piano is generally done on an individual basis with the occasional duet.  When I was 14 years old, I had the opportunity to learn a lot about teamwork from a...

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6 Steps to Creating a Win Win Solution | Win as a Team

“Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.”...

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Teamwork In Action Can Be Fun

In an effort to do a fun activity with my four year old son, I recently started a little project that captured the results of teamwork over a sustain period of time. ...

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