Inspiring Creativity In the Workplace

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Business leaders can inadvertently hamper creativity at work. However, with the right approach, you can feel inspired in any role. Plus, you can use this approach to let your creative juices flow. At this point, you can drive yourself and your colleagues to new heights. Inspiring creativity at work requires patience. Fortunately, those who are… Read More »

Quiet Quitting: What Is It and How to Manage It

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Many employees have begun speaking out about “quiet quitting.” Meanwhile, businesses must plan accordingly. If companies cannot fulfill employee expectations, they risk losing top talent to industry rivals. Or, these businesses may find quiet quitting becomes increasingly common across their respective workforces. To understand quiet quitting and its impact on businesses, let’s answer some of… Read More »

Exercises to Strengthen Your Critical Thinking Skills

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Critical thinking skills can make a big difference in your career. If you can think critically at work, you’re well equipped to solve any problem that comes your way. As such, you can address problems with poise and composure. Plus, you can find solutions to even the toughest problems. The result: you can use your… Read More »

Give Thanks to Your Team This Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving represents a time to show you appreciate your team. With the right approach, you can find many ways to express your appreciation to your workers. Plus, you can foster goodwill with your employees. This can also help you boost workplace satisfaction. Now, let’s look at five things you can do to give thanks to… Read More »

Using a Personal Device for Work? How to Protect Your Data

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Your personal device helps you stay on track at work. But, if you don’t protect your data properly, serious problems could arise. Without adequate data protection on your personal device, you are susceptible to a data breach. If a cybercriminal compromises your device, this individual can access any information stored on it. Plus, the criminal… Read More »

6 Essential Channels to Communicate Effectively with Your Employees

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You want to communicate effectively with your employees day after day. This requires you to consider multiple communication methods. That way, you can find out which communication methods work best for your staff. You can then utilize these methods to keep the lines of communication open with all employees, at all times. Here are six… Read More »

How to Prepare Employees for Cyberattacks

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Cyberattacks can cause big problems for your business and its employees. Fortunately, you can teach your workers about cyber threats. In doing so, you can help your employees prepare for cyberattacks. This enables your workers to identify such issues before they can disrupt your business. Now, let’s look at four things you can do to… Read More »

6 Signs That You Nailed Your Interview

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Have you ever found yourself wondering how it went after you’ve gone through an interview? It’s not always easy to tell – and that suspense can be brutal. But short of hearing back from the interviewer or hiring manager, how are you supposed to tell if it was a good interview?  Here are six signs… Read More »

How to Show Future and Current Employees Your Company Values Diversity and Inclusion

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Identifying and celebrating the unique differences among your employees – and prospective candidates – isn’t always easy, but it’s well worth it. Companies that value diversity and inclusion experience better retention rates, higher productivity levels, and a far more positive company culture. And it’s important that you make it clear to employees and candidates that… Read More »