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3 Signs You Should Invest In Change Management

Time For Change ClockfaceChange can be a stressful and unpredictable time, which is why many managers avoid messing with the status quo.

A popular belief is that if something is not broken, you shouldn’t fix it; however, if you don’t make innovation a priority, you will likely fall behind your competition.

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The 3 Things You MUST Stop Doing At Your Meetings

Business Man Check Time DelayYou walked out of an important meeting, and you’re feeling pretty good about it.

You might have met with a potential investor who you need to grow your business. Learn More

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3 Handy Tools That Will Improve Your Productivity

Businessman Working At His WorkTechnology has been so integrated into our daily lives that we use apps on our phones or tablets to find local restaurants, communicate with others, watch videos and even shop.

The problem is that the access to a wealth of apps uses up our valuable time that we need to spend working. Learn More

Employee Stress In His Office

2 Quick Tips On Leaving Work Related Stress In The Office

Employee Stress In His Office

Work-related stress affects all of us at one time or another; however, with more and more cases of it being reported, it is becoming an epidemic. Learn More

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How Can You Be More Persuasive With Your Team?

Man Hand Writing PersuasionHave you ever walked by a street seller and ended up purchasing an item you never thought you needed?

This is because the salesperson was persuasive, a quality that all managers need to possess. Learn More

Relaxing At Work

How To Network From The Comfort Of Your Own Desk…

Relaxing At Work

If you are reading this article, you already know the benefits of networking for your professional career.

Whether your goal is to find new clients, add staff to your existing team, or find business partners, finding valuable contacts can truly make or break a career. Learn More

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3 Quick Tips On Managers Building Their Self-Confidence

Thermometer Confidence Level

Some people are born leaders, while others need to work hard to develop their leadership abilities.

One important aspect that sets apart successful managers from others is confidence. Learn More

Business woman building a business

2 Simple Tips On Growing Your Startup Business

Business woman building a businessGrowing a startup is similar to gardening; it’s not enough to purchase and plant a seedling, you have to constantly feed it, trim it and make sure it is thriving. Learn More

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How Talking Openly With Employees Can Help You Improve As A Manager

People sitting down at a meetingThe ability to achieve an open dialogue with employees is one of the hardest skills to master, and yet is a critical skill for a manager to master if they want to become a true leader.

When open communication is common-place in the organisation, employees will feel engaged and free to implement creative and innovative solutions to workplace problems. Learn More