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15 Preparations You Should Do to Be A Successful Presenter

15 Preparations You Should Do to Be A Successful Presenter

At some point in your career, you will need to deliver a powerful presentation. Whether it’s in front of a small group or a large symposium, you want to do your best. However, the art of presenting isn’t as easy as people think. Some of the most critical ingredients include establishing great rapport with the […]

3 Ways to Create a More Human Workplace

3 Ways to Create a More Human Workplace

Humanity in the workplace is at an all-time low. According to the Conference Board, 53% of Americans are currently unhappy at work. This means something has to change if we want to bring satisfaction back into the workplace. We’ve all been in work environments where we just didn’t feel comfortable. Either there was poor management […]

Get in the Game: How Employee Coaching Will Deliver Better Results

Get in the Game: How Employee Coaching Will Deliver Better Results

“To get the best from your employees, you need to be more than just a manager. You need to be a coach.” There is a lot of wisdom from these words, courtesy of Michael K. Simpson, a renowned executive coach and management consultant. As a team leader or manager, helping your employees succeed is both […]

How to Come Up With An Effective Training Plan for 2019

How to Come Up With An Effective Training Plan for 2019

Learning is an essential part of life. Just because we already earned our degrees does not mean we should stop educating ourselves. In every aspect, most especially in career, training and acquiring new skills can help in the personal development of an employee and increase their productivity, which in turn contributes to the employer’s success. […]

5 KPIs to Measure Financial Health of Your Business

5 KPIs to Measure Financial Health of Your Business

Every business has one end-goal, and that’s to generate profit and revenue. However, many companies have been blindsided before. Stakeholders and business owners believe that the company is running ever-so-smoothly, but little do they know that they’re not meeting their financial goals and objective, resulting to the need for downsizing or worst, business closure. That’s […]

7 Strategies Leaders Can Use to Give Feedback

7 Strategies Leaders Can Use to Give Feedback

Communicating feedback is essential for the professional growth of your team, but not all leaders and managers can do it successfully. 57% of employees like receiving corrective feedback, but its effectivity depends on the delivery. Positive feedback creates a nurturing atmosphere in the workplace and motivates employees to perform as best they can. Moreover, good […]

Job-Hopping Millennials: How to Make Them Stay

Job-Hopping Millennials: How to Make Them Stay

Some may call it unfair, but millennials are being stereotyped as some of the most entitled, technology-obsessed, and spoiled generation ever. This paints them as both immature and non-committal, which causes them to job-hop from one employer to another because they refuse to settle down and build their careers from a more robust foundation. Folks […]

10 Things High-EQ Leaders NEVER Do

10 Things High-EQ Leaders NEVER Do

There are hundreds of business books that tell leaders what to do to be highly effective, but how many books tell us what not to do? Leaders who have dysfunctional thinking patterns or low emotional intelligence (EQ) tend to make poor decisions for their business, which not only affects the company and its employees, but […]

Why You Should Not Take Your Work-Related Rants to Social Media

Why You Should Not Take Your Work-Related Rants to Social Media

There’s an expression that says, “A place for everything, and everything in its place.” Although the expression is tied to kaizen, a productivity philosophy popularized by the Japanese during the 20th century, it’s also very applicable today to describe how employees may be crossing the line when they go to social media to complain about […]

Managing Millennials: How to Train Fresh Graduates

Managing Millennials: How to Train Fresh Graduates

This year, there are over 1.25 million graduates from the K-12 program entering the Philippine workforce, not to mention the 1 million college graduates that the country churns out each year. That’s over 2 million graduates from the millennial generation who are professionally ready. But, are they professionally capable? Managing millennials is no easy feat. […]

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