6 Science-Backed Activities For Leaders To Become More Zen In Life

Whether it’s mothers trying to separate teens from their screens to the busy executive going from conference calls to meditation, the evolution of technology impacts all facets of life. The digital world is permeating the fabric of life and its time to redefine the future of living. As of December 2018, there are over 2.32…

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8 Ways Women Leaders Inspire The Next Generation

Women throughout history have led through great wisdom. J.K Rowling’s hopeful 2008 Harvard commencement speech, Oprah’s powerful 2018 Golden Globe acceptance speech and Lady Gaga’s 2019 Oscar’s acceptance speech reminding you that if you have a dream, fight for it. There is a discipline for passion, and it is not about how many times you get rejected or fall, it…

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13 Ways Leaders Re-Boot Employee Engagement In Business

Can you remember when you first joined your team, full of enthusiasm, passion, and determination you were going to make a difference? You are pumped with new ideas, strategies and palpable energy that would permeate the walls of any building. Then as time progressed, days turn into months, your energy plateaued, your enthusiasm waned, and…

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8 Ways To Step Into 2019 With A Vengeance And Operate At Your Fullest Potential

When you invest time to reflect what you are like when you are at your best and when you are having your best impact on other people, the true essence of you has been activated. The part of your brain lights up that produces enthusiasm and zest. To truly succeed, you must be willing to bring…

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8 Ways To Create A Workplace No One Will Ever Want To Leave

People are the engine that keeps companies growing, improving and innovating. Given the nature of today’s workplace, environments demand collaboration, the ability to tap into deep thinking and the embodiment of mentorship. When people blend these skills, they become their own inspiration and maximize opportunities where both people and business thrive. Harvard Business Review article “Creating…

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You Want To Drive Business Results, Start Appreciating Your People

The modern workforce is a changing workplace. Business in the 21st century must be collaborative and bottom up, rather than hierarchical and top-down, to thrive. Employee recognition is a must, not a should. Over 65 percent of employees report that don’t feel recognized at work. The number one reason why employees quit is due to the lack of recognition. The…

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The Faces Of Shame

The digital world has given a voice to the people on a scale never seen before. At its worst, it is a weapon of mass destruction. The digital world has amplified slander, intensified bullying and masticated reputations like a lion chewing a piece of meat.  Shaming has become a digital centrepiece that can destroy lives…

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Investing in Your People Is Investing in the Future of Your Business

A workplace without red tape, unwritten rules and politics is as mythical as a unicorn. However, today’s business leaders are beginning to look inward to analyze how people experience their workplaces. Inclusive leaders want to know how their team members work and respond to their environments, from human interactions to corporate culture. Now more than…

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Unlike Raises, You Can Afford to Give Your Team All the Recognition and Praise They Have Earned

It is time for the people side of the business not to be separate from business. You will never give an epic customer experience if you don’t offer an epic employee experience. Employee recognition contributes to an overall positive employee experience that will drive the creation of high performing teams. A Glassdoor survey revealed that more than…

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To Build a Resilient Culture Stop the Blaming and Shaming and Start Showing People Respect

Workplace humiliation is far-reaching and spreads like wildfire. Digital stones are being thrown, and shame campaigns are drowning in social media. Real-life consequences are imprinting the lives and livelihoods of many and what is posted, shared or boosted has implications for everyone involved. Blaming, gossiping, name-calling and harassment are a reflection that shame has permeated…

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