Do You Let People Know You Appreciate Them? Why It’s So Important
When someone recognizes how hard I’ve worked on something, it renews my determination to keep it up, and it inspires me to do more. It makes me excited all over again about the project and – well, as cheesy as it sounds, it makes me glad to come to work in the morning. Read More
Don’t you just love the different personalities in the workplace? Thankfully, most coworkers are truly great to work with. Still, there are others who seem more like characters from a Thursday night sitcom. Have you had to work with anyone whose behavior or habits span the gamut from somewhat annoying to flat-out bizarre?
Tell us your funny, strange, difficult, or wacky coworker story. Share your story – but please, don’t mention anyone by name!
How to Make Yourself Indispensable:
6 Tips to Get You Started
You make sure the basics are covered – you do a good job, you show up to work on time, and you make sure you get your tasks done on schedule. Why doesn’t it feel like enough? Because it’s not! To be really valued, you have to be indispensable. Here’s how: Read More
4 Energy Boosters for the Workplace
1. Run away!
Sometimes the only way to boost your energy is to get away for a minute! Go outside. If that’s not an option, try walking up and down the halls or stairways. Take a quick walk, enjoying the fresh air and sunshine, getting the blood flowing. It’s a great chance to clear your mind, wake up a little bit, and even start thinking about a problem or situation from a new angle! Read More
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