Category: motivation

8 tips for inspiring employee engagement

Engaged employees are more innovative and productive. Research suggests that most workers are not engaged, but the situation isn’t hopeless. While there’s no one simple way for leaders to jumpstart a surge of workplace enthusiasm, but many small steps can help.

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Celebrations support a healthy workplace culture

Whether it means planning a party for the whole team, or quietly rewarding yourself for taking on a tough task, take time to shine a light on work well done. Celebrations can be a vital part of your flourishing work life and your supportive professional community.

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How to give powerful positive feedback

Well-crafted words of thanks and praise can serve as powerful positive reinforcement, guiding members of your team to achieve, change and grow. By regularly thanking or acknowledging people for their work, you can help to shape a more positive and collaborative office environment, even if you’re not the boss.

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To create a stronger career, find a bigger mission

It’s easier to keep going when you have a goal that’s bigger than yourself

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Bev’s Forbes.com post on building career resilience

6 Keys to Career Resilience! Read Bev’s Forbes.com post I’ve worked with hundreds of high achievers, and I’ve learned that you can’t predict where your career path will take you. But you can prepare for it. Resilient people aren’t necessarily born

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10 Tips for Being Energetic & Innovative Even When Times are Stressful

Like a lot of folks, the members of a team at an important organization are challenged to do more with less, in the midst of stressful times. They asked me to speak about ways they can keep up their energy

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Does your nagging self talk still work for you?

When I was a kid, my parents never really made a big deal about grades. In fact, I can’t recall a single time when they complained, threatened or said anything negative about my performance at school. I did get good

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