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Going off the Grid!

Permanent Availability on the Job

Being available at all hours is extremely important for many companies, but does this mean that employees have no right to switch off? Why shutting off your Smartphone and going “off the grid” should be allowed. Honestly, was it necessary to send that last email on Friday at 9:17pm? Could you not have sent that…

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The most wonderful time of the year…

Holiday Etiquette in the Office

This is the soppy time of the year when you have the chance to let people in your life know how important they are to you: family, of course, friends, for sure and …office colleagues? Yes of course for networking and then the next senior position or promotion. OK, also so that you can breathe in…

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Wearing a lampshade on your head is – excuse us – old hat. Violate your corporate policies in style this season.

5 Quick Ways to Ruin Your Career at the Annual Company Holiday Party

Is it already that time of year again? Time for the annual company holiday party? Some celebrate with a formal banquet, others with a sad buffet of frozen finger food. But alcohol is usually in full swing – and along with the open bar comes a wide array of opportunities for faux pas. To keep…

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Contribute to the delevopment of your organization as a team leader

How to Lead and Empower Your Team

Leadership at the top of the organization promotes and campaigns for the effective use of teams. Coaches and resource professionals connect team leaders to key departments and power players. Peer team leaders are often expected to represent their teams at meetings.

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Showing emotion in the workplace can be a great challenge for senior-level managers

Why is empathy at work so difficult?

Most senior managers and professionals become experts in their fields after many years of experience. Leadership is also often learned on the job. More recently, empathy at work seems to have picked up steam as one of the key skills a leader must possess. However, it is not the easiest skill to nail down, especially…

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Unlock your team’s potential

How to Turn Yea-Sayers into True Thinkers

Do you find that no matter what you say your team is always nodding? If so, you could be surrounded by typical yea-sayers. But unproductive servitude and the fear of rejection can greatly impact how well a job is done and a company’s success. Social worker Martin Bergmann explains how to create an appreciative work…

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Working remotely is a fast-growing trend in the modern workforce

What Are the Challenges of Working in Virtual Teams?

A virtual team can be defined as “a group of individuals who work across time, space, and organizational boundaries, and interact primarily through electronic communications.” According to a study conducted by RW3 CultureWizard*, 87% of employees working within multinational companies conduct at least part of their work virtually. The study also found that only 16% had the…

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Learn how to show your weaknesses

Finding Strength in Weakness

“Showing weakness is not an option because others will only take advantage of my honesty. I’d rather be seen as the tough guy!” Many managers often feel uncomfortable if they’re unable to demonstrate power in their job. Ultimately, they’re scared. And some believe that those who ignore their fears, actually end up being governed by…

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