Simple ways to improve your workday

If you are looking for ways to improve your workday and glean more enjoyment from the time spent at the office, check out these suggestions. 

Check out the article for tips on improving your workday.

If you are looking for ways to improve your workday and glean more enjoyment from the time spent at the office, check out these suggestions.

By most estimates, people spend a third of their lives at work. If the average person lives to be about 80, that means nearly 26 years of your life are dedicated to working! Does it not make sense, then, to enjoy the place where you spend so much time? If you are looking for ways to improve your workday and glean more enjoyment from the time spent at the office, check out the suggestions below: Continue reading

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The benefits of a diverse workplace

Diversity and inclusion can be hugely beneficial for your company.

Check out this article to find out the benefits of diversity in the workplace.

Diversity and inclusion can be hugely beneficial for your company.

The American workforce has come a long way over the past few decades to improve its inclusiveness. However, equality is not at the level it should be. According to the Center for American Progress, minorities make up only a third of the workforce. Women, on the other hand, make up 47 percent, as reported by the Department of Labor. Diversity and inclusion can be hugely beneficial for your company. Check out some of the reasons below:  Continue reading

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How to be a better leader and a better listener

Listening skills are vital for business leaders. Here are a few tips for improving your listening capabilities. 

Listening is a vital business skill.

Listening skills are vital for business leaders. Here are a few tips for improving your listening capabilities.

Strong communication skills are essential for conducting business and managing employees. However, to be a good communicator one must first improve his or her listening skills. Listening allows leaders to be actively engaged in conversations and provide informed feedback. Managers who are good listeners also tend to inspire more loyalty in their employees and coworkers. To learn how to be a better listener, check out the tips below: Continue reading

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Ask Jeff! Leadership and Organizational Change

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Creating a Mindset for Change

Last week we posted about five important programs for your workplace. Some of these included wellness, mentoring, and professional development. Another program any organization can benefit from is leadership development.

Jeff Holth, MasteryTCN’s Channel Partner Program Manager, is here today to talk with us about leadership development and a new training program offered through the Mastery Training Content Network. So Jeff, what do you have to share with us today about leadership development? Continue reading

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Why you’re not getting noticed at work

Getting promoted is a challenge, but it is one that should be faced with determination and poise.

Examining your workplace behavior could help you recognize why you aren't getting promoted.

Examining your workplace behavior could help you recognize why you aren’t getting promoted.

When you accept a new role, you likely do so with the expectation that you will eventually be able to move up in the organization. After all, the average person spends nearly four-and-a-half years with a company, as reported by Forbes. No one wants to waste half a decade without advancement. Therefore, if you find yourself going unnoticed, it may be time to evaluate your workplace habits. After all, your boss can’t promote you if he or she doesn’t know who you are. Take a look below to see some of the reasons you might be overlooked in your office: Continue reading

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