Wanting to impress your boss is natural. If you work hard, are responsible, can be counted on to perform, can handle pressure, everybody will notice, and you move up the ladder, but what happens when you sign-up for more than you can deliver?
Learning effective communication skills is a lifelong journey. When emotions run high, communication breaks down. Learning and integrating a few new ways to prevent miscommunication, negative communication, and compassionate communication can help you course correct.
In today’s world more than ever, our lives move at over 100 miles per hour. As frustrated as an employee gets, they often fail to even ask for clarification. They are concerned that asking for help understanding the goals, prioritizing activities and, making the best decisions will make them look incompetent. They stumble along in a darkness of their own making. Why put yourself through this? Put yourself out there and be the first to communicate.
Feeling overwhelmed by your workload is one of the fastest ways to become emotionally and physically exhausted – burned out. Taking control of the chaos can relieve some of the burden, prevent a lot of stress, and actually help you get ahead of the curve.
Instead of looking from the perspective of how the company is treating the employee, we are turning the puzzle sideways by considering relationships as a two-way street, and the importance for not only employers but also employees to step up. By making some changes in their own lives, they start taking responsibility for their own emotional wellness.
Redefine what it means to be connected in the 21st Century – with mass digitalization and advancing technology, people are more disconnected now than ever. Giuliana Kotikela talks about bridging the gap with the advent of smart wearables and deep learning.
Four steps that will change your perception of fairness in the workplace – even if it’s not the environment itself. Changing your perception for just a moment, changes your reality for that moment and in doing so, shifts your emotions. Emotions drive your behavior and effect the behavior of those around you.
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