Energy vampires can hide in all sorts of people, including your closest friends, family and colleagues. They will take advantage of your good nature and if you spend too much time with them, they could start to drain you of your much needed energy. Limiting your time with them is the only way to protect yourself from their effects, but if you still find yourself drained after spending time with them, it may be time to cut them out of your life completely! Sometimes, this is necessary for preserving your own health and wellbeing. I promise that your future self will thank you for it!
Workplaces around the world are increasingly embracing trends that impact employee happiness, morale, freedom. Let’s take a look at these positive trends.
Providing positive feedback to your team is crucial to your overall success and morale. Be sure that you’re making the most out of the feedback you provide.
Do you ever feel like you are completely unqualified for your job, and everyone will find you out? It’s called Imposter Syndrome, and you are not alone!
Create a culture of mutual respect in your workplace, with your team. Don’t let the feeling that your team doesn’t respect you last another day.
Normalising chaos in the workplace creates a culture of hectic, overwhelmed, overworked employees. Learn the difference between being busy and chaos.
Sometimes our jobs and careers can beat us down and make us feel like giving up. Use these tips to adjust your mindset, and keep going forward.
What’s you carry with you from day-to-day says a lot about who you are and what’s important to you. What do you carry with you, and what could change?
We’ve all been involved in different groups, teams, or committees in our work. Sometimes, it’s a wonderful experience. So what makes a successful team?
In order to successfully manage a team of employees, it is important that you also know how to effectively manage the person in charge of you. Managing upwards might sound like a strange concept but, when done right, it can help you and your team to work more effectively.