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Motivation and satisfaction

Three definitive relations for every leader to formulate meaningful recognition  

The need for recognition evolves every day. Now more people are talking about being recognized at work or giving praise to others. Employers invest actively in different programs and approaches. HR departments "build" actively "the next big recognition tool." After all these efforts, many companies still experience high turnover levels, see non-satisfied employees, and lose… Continue reading Three definitive relations for every leader to formulate meaningful recognition  

Leadership

Five techniques every leader should use to appear assertive and likable

In 2020 Inc.com has published an article on the gap of the leadership presence. According to the data shared, there is a severe gap between leaders' self-acceptance and the view of their followers. The article stated that as many as fifty-one percent of the leaders are seen in a completely different image than they want… Continue reading Five techniques every leader should use to appear assertive and likable

Personal Development

Eight characteristics of the rational person in life and work

In our lives, we often hear about rational or irrational decisions. And we have started to use these descriptions for different situations. When I asked 178 people what it means to be a rational person, I did not receive similar answers. People think about rational ones in terms of situations and emotions. But still, the… Continue reading Eight characteristics of the rational person in life and work

Personal Development

Three mistakes to look  for when negotiating

In the past, a small number of people have used negotiation skills, but now we must rely on them in different situations. For example, we negotiate with our mobile operator to get a better plan that suits our needs; the bank to get better conditions for our credit line; our neighbors to change something in… Continue reading Three mistakes to look  for when negotiating

Personal Development

Three D’s for dealing with burnout

Nowadays, we often talk or hear about burnout. According to an APA published survey on the topic in 2021, more than fifty-nine percent of the respondents have said that during the COVID crisis and lockdowns, they have experienced burnout. At the same survey, the percentage of people experiencing burnout while working from home has risen… Continue reading Three D’s for dealing with burnout

Leadership

The three T’s of the winning team change

Am I implementing change the right way?   Are these the right people to help our team and company make the changes needed to survive?   Is my team growing or staying steady?   How can I provoke people to build a growth mindset?   What is the right thing to do with low performers?   How can I understand if someone is a low performer and what is the right thing… Continue reading The three T’s of the winning team change

Personal Development

Three lessons to learn if you want to change anything in your company

Change is inevitable. Change is the only constant thing in life. Changing ourselves, we change the world for good. Many phrases are pointing to the importance of change who have found their place in our life. People talk about evolution with passion, and then initiatives for change are falling. In 2020 Harvard Review published a… Continue reading Three lessons to learn if you want to change anything in your company

Personal Development

The eight characteristics of the experimenting person in life and work

It sounds so tempting to be called an innovator for many people. In a world where innovation is in every aspect of life and work, people search for recognition that they have created something new and buzz. Our ego often misleads us that something we have made differently shows leadership, innovation, etc. One of my… Continue reading The eight characteristics of the experimenting person in life and work

Motivation and satisfaction

Three helpful tools to build better communication in your team

Communication - a word so quickly written and shared with others and at the same time so hard to explain. The modern leader is often overwhelmed with different types of communication needs. People above him want one kind of communication, but people below him need different communication types. Not to forget the leaders' peers on… Continue reading Three helpful tools to build better communication in your team