Posts Tagged: work performance

Rebtel CEO Andreas Bernstrom’s 5 Ps to Meeting Success

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Rebtel CEO Andreas Bernstrom shares with Fast Company his tips for successful meetings in a short video.

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Reinventing Your Work

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If you’ve been one of the lucky who has managed to hold onto your job during the rough-em-tough-em recession this article might be or you. If you’ve been working at your job for so long that you can do it in your sleep, upside down and backwards, and you want to reinvent and reinvigorate your… Read more »

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Leslie’s Leadership Lesson: Don’t Assume, Ask

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I have noticed that people can spend more time worrying about what someone else is thinking rather than trying to meet an objective to accomplish a goal. In fact, I find many of my clients get so hung up on what others  may think that they become immobilized from making the next step. I had… Read more »

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I Couldn’t Have Said It Better: Dan Pink On What Really Motivates Us

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This is hot video is going viral and for good reason. Dan Pink – former White House speech writer and man dedicated to changing the world of work spoke on the hidden truths behind work motivation in this illustrative video. Check out the talk given at the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures… Read more »

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Employment Deal Breakers

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A few days ago, I wrote an article encouraging readers to consider some tough questions before handing in their letter of resignation. Some of the comments on Brazen Careerist pointed to health care coverage and how it’s an important facet to consider when looking for another job. The comments inspired me to ask you: What… Read more »

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