Building Resilient Teams Through Learning and Bonding

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– by Ainsley Lawrence – Ainsley Lawrence is a freelance writer with an interest in the way business, technology, and education intersect with the personal. She loves traveling to beautiful places and is frequently lost in a good book.     Resilience should be a priority for all organizations. After all, the current business landscape… read more

People Who Uplift Others Often Do These 9 Small Acts of Kindness

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Kindness is a language that everyone understands. It has a unique way of uplifting others and creating a positive impact. And it’s often the small acts of kindness that make the biggest difference. People who regularly uplift others tend to have certain habits, certain small acts of kindness they perform, often without even thinking about… read more

3 Tips To Embracing A CEO Mindset For Your Career Journey

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A chief executive officer (CEO) is the highest-ranking person in a company. They are ultimately responsible for making major corporate decisions. The CEO drives growth, increases profitability, and handles high-level strategic decisions. Most of the workforce will never become CEO of a corporation or even make it to the C-suite. But everyone can be the… read more

How To Support Employee Wellness This Holiday Season

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– by Ainsley Lawrence – Ainsley Lawrence is a freelance writer with an interest in the way business, technology, and education intersect with the personal. She loves traveling to beautiful places and is frequently lost in a good book.     The holiday season is often considered one of the happiest times of the year…. read more

3 Common Mistakes New Managers Make

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The transition into a managerial role is difficult because it typically requires people to exercise a set of skills that are quite different from the ones that supported their promotion into the position. So many managers start out as excellent individual contributors, and now they have to motivate a team of people, communicate with them effectively, and… read more

5 Steps To Increase Your Confidence

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Confidence, or the lack thereof, naturally fluctuates for any human. Whether you feel down when receiving negative news or after a huge deal falls through, your business will inevitably throw you curveballs that may leave you shaken up. It’s pivotal as individuals that we learn to build up our confidence and self-worth so that when… read more

6 Hacks To Look And Feel More Confident At Work

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Most high-performers share one thing in common: they all suffer, or have suffered at some point in the past, with impostor syndrome. If you have ever felt that you were incapable or inadequate to perform your role, or undeserving of receiving recognition and praise at work even though you know you earned it, or ever… read more

What Separates Successful People From Everyone Else Boils Down to 1 Gritty Word

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Imagine you’re steering your ship through a wild, stormy sea. The waves rear up like angry giants, crashing against your vessel. It feels like the world is throwing its worst at you, daring you to turn back. But you stand firm at the helm, eyes fixed on the distant horizon. Sorry to sound so dramatic; that’s… read more

If you really want to become an engaging speaker, say goodbye to these 8 habits

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Not everyone’s voice carries the same weight or magnetism. You might look back on your past presentations and speeches, and wonder why you couldn’t get your audience as invested as you’d like them to be. Or perhaps, you’re struggling to identify if your speaking style is engaging or just plain boring. How do you know… read more

Leveraging Visual Tools for Enhanced Employee Engagement and Safety

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– by Ainsley Lawrence – Ainsley Lawrence is a freelance writer with an interest in the way business, technology, and education intersect with the personal. She loves traveling to beautiful places and is frequently lost in a good book.     Keeping a safe workplace is more than just a legal requirement. It’s also a… read more