Category Archives: Productivity

assumptions

Assumptions Are the Worst Enemy to Building Trust in the Office

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“Begin challenging your own assumptions. Your assumptions are your windows on the world. Scrub them off every once in a while, or the light won’t come in.”        – Alan Alda We all want to work in an environment that fosters trust, openness and good relationships; that’s how the best companies retain top talent and foster strong teams in the workplace.…

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Team is Feeling Frustrated

The Top 3 Reasons Your Team is Feeling Frustrated

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“Frustration, although quite painful at times, is a very positive and essential part of success.”        -Bo Bennett Have you noticed that your team is feeling frustrated? Frustration can manifest in many ways, but it typically presents as anger in the meeting room, disrespectful body language (like rolling of eyes) and passive or outright aggression in daily communication.…

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The Key To Workplace Success Lies in Effective Communication

The Key To Workplace Success Lies in Effective Communication

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It will come as no surprise that successful companies invest in teaching effective communication through in-house trainings, teambuilding activities, and verbal and nonverbal communication skills. Excellent communication goes beyond conversations–employees must also know how to effectively communicate in emails, written reports, and customer-facing communication–just to name a few.…

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How to Set Yourself Up to Accomplish Your Big Goals

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Have you ever been disappointed in yourself because you failed to accomplish a goal you set for yourself? (I have!) How many times have you cursed yourself for not having self-discipline? (I have!) Have you ever given up on yourself because you convinced yourself it was too hard to continue?…

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