A Lesson from a Seven Year Old

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A Lesson from a Seven Year Old

Lets learn from Myra, a 7 year old. She tells herself that she will win, and she does. Her attitude and positive thinking is what many of us need in order to continue to win in our lives.

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Be Yourself!

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Be Yourself!

In the workplace, many people lose touch with who they are in order to belong and have job security. But, what companies need more of is innovation, creative ideas, and differentiating themselves in the market. This does not happen if the employees seek to act normal and lose themselves.

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Three Tips for Retaining Millennial Women

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Three Tips for Retaining Millennial Women

Three topics important for engaging and retaining millennial women.

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My Shocking Unconscious Bias

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My Shocking Unconscious Bias

It is so crucial that we open our minds, become aware of our own biases, and realize how they are impacting our perceptions of others. Most importantly we must continue to be intentional on a daily bases to eliminate these biases.

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Stop Saying Sorry

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Stop Saying Sorry

We need to be intentional in using words that do not lower our value. The next time you catch yourself apologizing for no reason, take a moment, think, and rather than saying “sorry”, simply state the facts.

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What Motivates the Millennials

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What Motivates the Millennials

Survey results with the top factors that are important for engaging the Millennials at work. 

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 Main Characteristic Per Generation

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 Main Characteristic Per Generation

Each generation has its unique characteristics, this blog lists that main qualities per generation. 

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Interesting Statistics Related to The Generations at Work

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Interesting Statistics Related to The Generations at Work

Statistics that give an overview of the generations in the workplace.

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Three Overlooked Areas For Engaging Employees Across Generations

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Three Overlooked Areas For Engaging Employees Across Generations

Companies must adapt to the changing workforce in order to avoid missed opportunities or increased risks to their businesses. They can’t expect the new generation to fit in old molds, instead they must empower them by creating an environment where younger generations can thrive. Then, so will the companies. 

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Four Reasons why Millennials Job-Hop

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Four Reasons why Millennials Job-Hop

Four reasons for why Millennials leave their jobs—none of which deal with compensation—and it’s critical for employers to be aware of these reasons in order to address them.

 

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Employee Engagement Q&A

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Employee Engagement Q&A

Employee Engagement

Elevating Employee engagement is essential for the success of any organization. This blog includes three videos with messages to help you enhance your company's culture in order to increase employee satisfaction and productivity. 


Q1: How do you foster a happy and lucrative work environment?

 

Q2: Can you give me some example on how connecting employees with their strengths improves employee engagement?

 

Q3: What one essential message do you want to give about employee engagement?

 

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Tips for Delivering Effective Presentations

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Tips for Delivering Effective Presentations

This video series will help you deliver effective and interesting presentations with tips for facing fear and engaging your audience.

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Afraid of Making Mistakes?  Rank the Situation and Learn

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Afraid of Making Mistakes? Rank the Situation and Learn

Mistakes in the workplace can often feel like failures, but they are rarely as bad as we perceive and often make great learning opportunities.

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Elevating Your Professional Brand - Part 3

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Elevating Your Professional Brand - Part 3

Take what you have learned from part one and two of this professional branding series and use these tools to put it into action.

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Elevating Your Professional Brand - Part 2

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Elevating Your Professional Brand - Part 2

These 3 steps will help you discover more about yourself, your strengths, your passion, and your brand than you ever knew before.

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Elevating Your Professional Brand - Part 1

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Elevating Your Professional Brand - Part 1

How do colleagues see you?  What value do you bring to your team?  If you aren't sure, it's time to begin considering ways you can better define your professional brand.

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Top Qualities to Consider in a Keynote Speaker

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Top Qualities to Consider in a Keynote Speaker

What makes a great keynote speaker?  Here are 3 important qualities that should be considered

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3 Key Takeaways from Date With Destiny with Tony Robbins

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3 Key Takeaways from Date With Destiny with Tony Robbins

As a professional coach attending Tony Robbins' Date With Destiny, these 3 key points particularly stood out.

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25 Inspirational Quotes from Tony Robbins' Date With Destiny

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25 Inspirational Quotes from Tony Robbins' Date With Destiny

These 25 quotes from Tony Robbins' Date with Destiny will help you find the inspiration and motivation you need to make 2018 great.

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Engaging Generation Z in the Workplace

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Engaging Generation Z in the Workplace

Businesses that are looking ahead to the future must consider Generation Z now.  Learn how to engage these employees in this video series.

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