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Why is merchandise that is slightly damaged, but still functions, sold at a discounted price? The answer can be found in a term called the ‘dilution effect’.
We often hear that effective leadership requires bold decisions and behavior. However, servant leadership principles tend to illustrate a very different type of leader from what most people are accustomed to. While we don’t disagree with the premise that leaders need to be bold, we want to look at the term through a different lens in this episode.
“With a tailored approach that suits you and your circumstances, change is within your grasp.” -Katy Milkman Effective and lasting change can allude individuals for
Why are we still so afraid of conflict? Why do we assume the mere presence of conflict is always negative?
When it comes to addressing conflict, there is an immediate assumption that the conversation/interaction will go poorly and possibly lead to something much worse.
UNSEEN GERMS ARE HIDING IN YOUR WORK CULTURE – HOW TO SCRUB BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE In the medical world, germs lead to symptoms that
When is the last time you paused and gave thanks for the things in your life that you know to be true and good?
There is growing research on the multitude of benefits associated with gratitude. From physical benefits such as the ability to lower stress and create better sleep habits, to psychological benefits like increased satisfaction and resilience; implementing a regular practice of gratitude can have a significant impact on our lives.
Have the actions or emotions of another person ever drug you down like an anchor? Or, have you ever built up expectations in your mind
Nothing sends a boost of confidence faster than the feeling of being appreciated. People generally begin a new position full of high hopes of excelling