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Leaders: Make Your Office More Effective

Balance is a precious thing when you are leading a company. When you’re at home, you have to schedule your time carefully to achieve all of your goals. You make time for family, the gym, hobbies, and even “down time.” There never seems to be enough hours in the day...

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Being Understood at Work

Saying what you mean should be one of the easiest things you can do. However, people struggle with this every day. There are many people who feel constantly misunderstood. These feelings can be frustrating because making yourself understood is critical to your success...

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Building Teamwork With Your Coworkers

You love your job. You put out maximum effort every day. Every time you come into the office, it is a new exciting day. You are excited about building teamwork with your coworkers. There is only one problem…Your fellow employees don’t have the same dedication as you...

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DISC Workshop | Creating a Culture of Teamwork

Remember group projects in college? Four people would meet up in a coffee shop and outline a plan… that only one person would eventually work on and finish. Teamwork problems are apparent early in our education, and those problems don't magically go away when you...

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DISC Workshop | Improving Your Company’s Culture

You have a superstar in your office. They meet deadlines, push projects, and are always busy. They are the unchallenged leaders on nearly every project. Without them, your office would be less productive, and you would lose money. There is only one problem. In some...

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DISC Workshop | What is More Important Than Respect?

In preparation for my DISC Workshop, I am writing about common office problems and how they can be solved. In this article, we are talking about how communication issues can create barriers for leaders. When you walk into your office, all the employees stiffen. The...

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DISC Workshop | How to Solve Complex Office Conflicts

You have an office full of employees that never seem to get along. They are all good employees, but they also don’t work together well. There is a lot of infighting, drama, and nasty emails. Employee conflicts are the main reason your company has productivity issues....

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DISC Workshop | Managing Your Time and Conflicts

Balance is a precious thing. When you’re at home, you have to schedule your time carefully to achieve all your goals. You make time for family, the gym, hobbies, and even “down time.” There never seems to be enough hours in the day for busy people. When you’re at...

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DISC Workshop | How to Adapt to Your Office Culture

Office culture is tricky, and it is never fun being the odd one out. Your coworkers may love the work you do, but they never talk to you the way they talk to others. It is difficult. Sometimes, it makes you feel like the unloved step-child, never good enough and...

read more

Leaders: Make Your Office More Effective

Balance is a precious thing when you are leading a company. When you’re at home, you have to schedule your time carefully to achieve all of your goals. You make time for family, the gym, hobbies, and even “down time.” There never seems to be enough hours in the day...

Being Understood at Work

Saying what you mean should be one of the easiest things you can do. However, people struggle with this every day. There are many people who feel constantly misunderstood. These feelings can be frustrating because making yourself understood is critical to your success...

Building Teamwork With Your Coworkers

You love your job. You put out maximum effort every day. Every time you come into the office, it is a new exciting day. You are excited about building teamwork with your coworkers. There is only one problem…Your fellow employees don’t have the same dedication as you...

DISC Workshop | Creating a Culture of Teamwork

Remember group projects in college? Four people would meet up in a coffee shop and outline a plan… that only one person would eventually work on and finish. Teamwork problems are apparent early in our education, and those problems don't magically go away when you...

DISC Workshop | Improving Your Company’s Culture

You have a superstar in your office. They meet deadlines, push projects, and are always busy. They are the unchallenged leaders on nearly every project. Without them, your office would be less productive, and you would lose money. There is only one problem. In some...

DISC Workshop | What is More Important Than Respect?

In preparation for my DISC Workshop, I am writing about common office problems and how they can be solved. In this article, we are talking about how communication issues can create barriers for leaders. When you walk into your office, all the employees stiffen. The...

DISC Workshop | How to Solve Complex Office Conflicts

You have an office full of employees that never seem to get along. They are all good employees, but they also don’t work together well. There is a lot of infighting, drama, and nasty emails. Employee conflicts are the main reason your company has productivity issues....

DISC Workshop | Managing Your Time and Conflicts

Balance is a precious thing. When you’re at home, you have to schedule your time carefully to achieve all your goals. You make time for family, the gym, hobbies, and even “down time.” There never seems to be enough hours in the day for busy people. When you’re at...

DISC Workshop | How to Adapt to Your Office Culture

Office culture is tricky, and it is never fun being the odd one out. Your coworkers may love the work you do, but they never talk to you the way they talk to others. It is difficult. Sometimes, it makes you feel like the unloved step-child, never good enough and...

DISC Workshop | Turning Yourself Into a Better Communicator

Whether you’re talking to your spouse, boss, co-worker, or your child, you need to get your message across to them. The first step to improving your communication is becoming a better listener. You need to be heard, but just as important, you need to hear. How you...

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