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    6 Tips on How to Effectively Manage Your Remote Team

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    Many people wish to expand their brand outside their region by building a remote branch or hiring employees who work virtually. During the COVID-19 pandemic, many people had no choice but to work from home. Trying to keep up with communication within your remote team can sometimes get tiring as you have to stay near …

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    Crucial Strategies to Resolve Conflicts in The Workplace

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    While you may not be working in an office setting with your coworkers anymore, that doesn’t mean conflict has gone away. In fact, everyone working from home causes its own set of communication issues and challenges that can also lead to conflict. That’s why it’s helpful to know how to de-escalate conversations that become heated, …

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    5 Tips for Leaving Your Stress at Work


    No matter what your job is, work can be stressful. But what if it gets so stressful you feel like you have no time to relax? You end up bringing piles of work home with you, and it starts to cut into the time you should be spending on yourself or with your friends and …

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    3 Very Real Forms of Discrimination Employees Face at Work

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    Employment discrimination is a battle some people face daily. You may know the more common types of employment discrimination such as discrimination based on race, but did you know there are lesser-known types people face as well? You may even have come up against one of the three types discussed below without realizing it was …

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    How the Workplace Has Changed Over the Years

    LinkedIn has put together a great infographic a few weeks ago showing how the workplaces has changed over the years. Everyone is aware that as the technology evolves, our lives evolve with it. Especially, after the mid-90s, the way we communicate and work started to change dramatically.

    Do you remember the days where you buy …

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    Personal Branding Interview: Tony Schwartz

    Today, I spoke to Tony Schwartz, who is President and CEO of The Energy Project, and author of The Way We’re Working Isn’t Working: The Four Forgotten Needs that Energize Great Performance. In this book, Tony talks about why workers are disengaged, how to treat workers differently in the workplace, the four forgotten needs of …

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    Personal Brands: Stop Lying

    You know who you are.

    You tell us you will get it done – and you don’t.

    You tell us you got it done – and you didn’t.

    You tell us where you will be – and you are not.

    You tell us you understand the situation and are prepared – and you haven’t given …

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    Personal Branding Interview: Ella Bell

    Today, I spoke to Ella Bell, who is an associate professor of business administration at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth University, and author of Career GPS. In this interview, Ella talks about the new corporate ladder, the challenges people have as they try to climb the corporate ladder, whether you should quit a …

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    Personal Brand Stereotypes #10: Connections to Corporate

    This will be the last “personal brand stereotypes” post I do for a while, to make room for all the other special content I have lined up for all of you. I was thinking about doing a Greek stereotype post (fraternities and sororities) or a racial stereotype post (Black or Asian people), but today I …

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