Communication mistakes are more common than you think. You might think that you’re doing a great job communicating with your clients, but there may be a few things you might be doing wrong. To be an effective communicator, you should continually audit your communication skills because you need to be aware of the mistakes you
The most effective ways for leaders to build trust The best way leaders can improve their team over time with a guarantee of returns is to invest in them by building trust. No matter how big your organization is or how small your business is, there is an attribute your team should have apart from competence.
My friend lost out on a promotion for one reason only. He didn’t ask for it. He got to learn that he would have been the better candidate if he had applied. The management actually told him they would not have advertised for the job opening if he had shown some interest in the new
Self-doubt always shows up the strongest at your lowest points, and you must overcome it to succeed. “Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing to attempt.” – William Shakespeare. Maybe you just lost the bid to a big project, or your best team member just quit
How can you deal with bullying at work? Is there any way you can confront a bully and win? It would be great to have a blueprint to follow that guarantees a high success rate, but that is not the reality. This article suggests a few things to do to improve your chances of challenging
Every business owner or chief executive needs to know why good employees quit and how to reduce turnover rates if they are looking at cost-saving measures for their businesses. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of quits has exceeded the number of layoffs. As of December 2019, there were 3.5 million workers
Imposter syndrome is when you feel your skill or ability is inadequate, and you think that you don’t have what it takes to be an expert. The good news is that you can stop imposter syndrome from taking over your life.
Having difficult conversations at work is a problem for the majority of professionals. One study showed that 70% of employees avoid difficult conversations with their boss, peers, or those who report to them; seven out of every ten professionals avoid difficult conversations. Avoiding difficult conversations can lead to decreased productivity and poor morale at work, as well