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Openness At Work And Trust

The majority of adults spend over 50% of their time at work and like it or not, our colleagues and boss are the people we interact with the most. This week we’ll explore openness as the third foundation of trusting professional relationships. ...

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The Dangers of Stress To Your Mental Well-being

Stress is more than a daily annoyance. It affects our lives, both physiologically and psychologically, at work and at home. It’s important to recognize and understand the negative effects of stress as we pursue our path to mental well-being and a ...

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Good Sleep Is A Cornerstone of Mental Wellbeing

Welcome to the month of “back to school” and for many it’s back to reality. Regardless of whether you have children in school, you can bet some of your employees do. This time of year begs adjustments, including bedtime and sleep. We spoke in ...

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Mental Wellbeing And A Positive Employee Experience

Summer is a favorite time of year for most of us! Hopefully you’ve been able to take time off to tend to your mental wellbeing, a focal point for you and your team’s employee experience. After effectively completing your midyear performance ...

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Open-Mindedness, Humility and Courage - Leadership Necessities

you been taking stock of what’s needed to deliver your mid-year reviews? If you’ve been following us this month, it’s time to wrap up the six key competencies required to conduct effective reviews. Open-mindedness Humility and ...

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Giving Feedback At The Mid-Year Performance Review

I’ve spent the past few weeks talking about the importance of the mid-year performance review. Giving effective feedback is a leadership competency that is crucial in your one-on-one discussions with your employees. Keeping your team members ...

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Motivating Your Employees At The Mid-Year Review

A critical competency as a seasoned leader is being able to motivate employees to perform well throughout the year. At performance review time, however, you may face hesitancy and resistance to feedback. How can you keep them motivated while ...

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Mid-Year Employee Performance Review Part 2

Mid-Year Employee Performance Review Part 2 Getting prepared for performance reviews is a must this time of the year. Checking in on goals and performance is best practice at  mid-year , as it ensures a higher probability of success at year-end. ...

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Unplug On Vacation & Get the Most From Your Time Off

The official start of summer arrives this week on June 21! Most people are eagerly awaiting a vacation but feel stressed with mounting tasks at work. How can you get away without feeling guilty? Embrace unplugging from the daily grind and get ...

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See How These Leaders Improved Their Resilience

I’ve spent the last four weeks diving into the four resilience domains of Rolin McCraty. Now it’s time to share how some of my followers have applied each of these resiliency domains (physical, emotional, spiritual and mental) in their ...

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