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Is an Employee’s Bad Attitude Getting in Your Way?

August 10, 2016 Do you need a communication breakthrough with employees who have challenging attitudes? With just a little practice, you'll be able to recognize the emotion underneath other people's demeanor, words, and actions. And once you identify the emotion, rather than reacting to what they say or do, you can extend a...

8 Ways We Bring Our Co-Workers Down

April 9, 2014 When someone brings up a topic at work, such as a new task, proposal, or solution, different workers respond according to their predominant attitude. If you work in an office, everyone already knows what to expect from you, for better or for worse. They identify you with specific attitudes. Negative...

7 Ways to Improve Your Mood at Work

October 8, 2013 Our job is where we spend the majority of our waking hours, and where stress, worry, and frustration can easily impede our performance, productivity, and workplace relationships. Here are 7 easy ways to stay upbeat and positive, and to flip bad moods into good ones quickly and effectively. 1. Stop...

10 Ways to Finally Stop Procrastinating

January 24, 2013 Everyone procrastinates. We usually do it to avoid a task that's unpleasant or daunting. But when procrastinating starts to interfere with performance at work--by causing us to feel worried, fearful, and stressed-out, or by causing others to feel anxious because we're holding up progress--then it's time to stop putting the...

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