Category Archives: Professional Development

Motivation in the office: Group identity matters

Recognition programs attuned to the group dynamics of a workplace can maximize individual contributions to overall goals. Motivation is an intangible quality in an office, one whose effects are evident in the extreme. When a team feels fired up to do … Continue reading

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Reduce workplace conflict, and productivity will follow

Dealing with conflict in a workplace setting is a delicate but necessary element of keeping productivity high. It’s inevitable that colleagues will disagree. However, the damaging effects of these conflicts are avoidable, provided managers know the right way to avert … Continue reading

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How can you help your employees meet their own goals?

Does your company’s management regularly set goals for employees? It should. Employees want to have fun at work. They want to be engaged, and they have a strong desire to push themselves to be better professionals and – just as … Continue reading

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The importance of developing strong teams and team leaders

Every office has leaders. The real question isn’t whether or not they exist, instead ask do employers actually take the time to identify them or, at the minimum, commit resources to develop employees into leaders? Unfortunately, the answer appears to … Continue reading

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How to improve your employee’s experience and increase retention rates in 2017

Are you looking to cut hiring costs? There’s no better way to do so than by retaining employees. “70% of millennial employees want to start their own businesses at some point.” However, it’s not easy to do so. A report … Continue reading

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