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Bringing a Smile to the Workplace

With today’s current economic climate, it’s vital for businesses to have employees who enjoy their time at work. We all need to smile, and it’s the kind of medicine that can be used and passed at work. It feels good to smile and alleviates stress or shifts the focus on something that may be bothering […]

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Five Ways to Unlock Your Inner Creativity

Explain everything back to yourself:   In a capitalist world, we have been forced to consume a lot more than we create. We watch films and read books without really thinking about them outside of academic contexts. Thus we need to form a habit of explaining our basic understanding of things we consume to ourselves […]

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Food and Drinks that Promote Good Night’s Sleep

Complex Carbohydrates: Skip the white bread, refined pasta, and sugary, baked goods, which may reduce serotonin levels and impair sleep. Instead, choose stick-to-your-ribs whole grains for your bedtime snack: Popcorn, oatmeal, or whole-wheat crackers with nut butter are all good choices. A Handful of Nuts: Nuts are a good source of heart-healthy fats. And almonds […]

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Good Communication can Save Your Brand during Quarantine

Businesses are being hit hard as the nation attempts to battle against COVID-19. Returns have halted for non-essential businesses that have done the right thing and closed their doors. Businesses that are able to continue operating remotely are losing clients, customers or subscribers left and right, contracts are being paused and services are being canceled […]

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How to Deal With Difficult Co-Workers (2)

Everyone wants to work in a friendly and productive environment, but sometimes even one bad co-worker can make getting your job done seem near impossible. Here are the 5 most difficult co-workers you’ll find in your workplace: Enviers Jealous co-workers are easy to detect but not easy to deal with. Limit your communication with them, […]

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How to Deal With Difficult Co-Workers (1)

Difficult people are in every variety that you can imagine. It is hard to put difficult colleagues into a one-size-fits-all box. After all, they come in so many shapes and sizes. No workplace is without them. Difficult colleagues create stressful environments and unpleasant working conditions, and that can affect your job performance and self-esteem when […]

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Ways to Value Employees

Meet with employees one-on-one more often Everyone is busy, but making time to connect with staff is essential. People who are the least engaged say their managers have no time to meet with them. Among engaged employees, 87% know their managers well. Drop by and find out what’s going on with your employees. What are […]

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Ways to Make Work-Life Balance a Priority for Your Staff

Provide staff with more flexibility: Flexible working hours, part-time work, alternate working hours and even working from home, have been shown to considerably increase job satisfaction, productivity and lead to higher motivation. Offering more flexible work arrangements to employees can also lead to reduced staff turnover, increased staff retention and can cut absenteeism. Support employees with technology: […]

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Ways to Supercharge Your Focus, Increase Motivation and Boost Drive

Meditation: It is not a far-fetched idea to realize many people meditate to give themselves a competitive edge. However, studies are now proving that meditation can contribute positively to life in the workplace. In analyzing 10 empirical studies carried out in North America, Europe and Asia, meditation not only benefits personal mental health, but it can impact social relationships, […]

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