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Recognition: The Secret Ingredient for Confidence and Ultimate Success

July 31, 2019 / by Lydia Stevens posted in Psychology, Success, Work, Human Behavior

Whether you're a business leader, a student, or a mid-level employee, you want to feel confident and to be successful. Generally, leaders are already confident and are trying to encourage their teams so they feel more self-assured. On the other hand, many individuals still grapple with a lack of self-confidence.

No matter who you are, understanding the connection between recognition and confidence will help you find success. 

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3 Reasons Why Recognition Promotes Diversity and Inclusion

July 17, 2019 / by Lydia Stevens posted in Employee Engagement, Success, Workplace, Culture, Diversity and Inclusion

Considering the frequency we hear the terms "diversity" and "inclusion," it's fair to say these concepts have made their way into mainstream conversation. No longer confined to the Human Resources department, workplace diversity and inclusion are becoming key topics when discussing business strategy.

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200+ Sample Recognition Ideas

February 14, 2019 / by Kate Sheffield posted in Employee Engagement, Recognition Rewards, Relationships, Success, Team Building, Teamwork, Tips, Workplace, #employeerecognition, Leadership Development, Management and Leadership

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Recognition to Team Members and Employees

Recognition for hard work

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A Chat with Roy Spence, The Purpose Institute Co-Founder & CEO, on the Power of Purpose

November 28, 2018 / by Ed Stevens posted in Psychology, Purpose, Social Media, Success, Culture

What does it mean to have purpose? For one thing, it’s quite different from passion. Passion is about one’s personal interests, which can become one’s life work, but often manifests itself in hobbies. Purpose is about finding a cause bigger than the individual. It is the touchstone that reminds people why they do what they do and that what they do matters. At an organization, purpose is a lofty goal that typically takes a team to achieve. Roy Spence, one of the founders of Austin-based advertising giant GSD&M, defines purpose as losing yourself to something bigger.

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What Successful People Do With Their Downtime

November 8, 2018 / by Ed Stevens posted in Success, Tips, Work Life Balance, Business, Productivity

It can sometimes feel like work only has one speed: 100 miles per hour. And when you’re always head down, working hard, crushing multiple deadlines and projects, it can be difficult to downshift on the rare slow day.

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4 Tips to Getting that Promotion by Becoming a More Effective Leader

October 11, 2018 / by Ed Stevens posted in Promotion, Success, Work, Workplace, Leadership

 

Leaders are made, not born.

study released by the University of Illinois states that leadership is 30% genetic and 70% a result of the lessons you have learned from life experience. That’s great news for all of us. Because although just some are born with natural leadership skills, becoming an effective leader is something we all can learn through an ongoing process of introspection, self-awareness, and being open and receptive to all feedback.

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