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Try This Neuroscience-Based Technique to Shift Your Mindset From Negative to Positive (in 30 Seconds)
You brain is wired to focus on the negative. Here's how to build a new, more positive, mindset anytime, anywhere. You just got off the phone with one of your most important clients. The game-changing you
Your team works hard every day; acknowledge their efforts sincerely and often. One of a leader's greatest responsibilities is keeping their team motivated and on track to meet their goals. Regularly acknowledging
If Abraham Maslow’s famous hierarchy of needs were redesigned today to explain what motivates people at work, beyond the survival basics, what would it look like? Facebook set out to answer that question
Employees who don't feel appreciated are twice as likely to leave their jobs. Here's how you can ensure your teammates feel their hard work is recognized. One of the most challenging aspects of being leader
How Do You Deal With Underperforming Employees? LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner Swears by These 3 Simple Sentences
Doing this makes your employees feel supported, and encourages them to improve their performance. Here's the great thing about working with rockstar employees: You know you can always count on them ...
There’s an old story about a tourist who asks a New Yorker how to get to the storied concert venue Carnegie Hall and is told, “Practice, practice, practice.” Obviously, this is good advice if you want
Have something difficult to say? These are the exact words you should use. It’s time to bag the sandwich method of delivering bad news. You know, the technique where you say something nice, then drop the
As a manager, you want to do right by your employees and support them through intense work periods so they don’t get burned out. But this can be a challenge when you’re feeling overly stressed yourself.
I cover personal transformation and its impact on career growth. Quick: think of a leader you admire. Most likely, you respect their business acumen and strive to emulate their leadership style. The chances
While feedback can be useful for correcting harmful mistakes, it’s not the best method for helping an employee excel. This is what does work. The annual review used to be the time to talk to employees
If you want to beat procrastination, stop blaming 'laziness' and instead dig into what's really killing productivity. Most of us think we know laziness when we see it--the employee who routinely turns
Fear Is the No.1 Destroyer of Great Teamwork and Productive Workers. Here's How to Remove It Forever, Says Research
A sneak preview of "The Fearless Organization," an important new book by Harvard Business School professor, Amy C. Edmondson. What if I said that success in the knowledge economy is predicated on having