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Why it's important to put your best foot forward

We all know that beauty is more than skin deep and that a person’s clothing doesn’t necessarily reveal their true character. Nevertheless, people form strong impressions about us based on how we look. 679 more words

Chapter 06: Strengthening Your Personal Skills

Workplace relationships

People are social animals; our need to connect often is the result of not being in a satisfying relationship, whether we are single or married. Everybody needs something from somebody every day, whether it is recognition, support, or inclusion. 210 more words

Fighting Obsolescence: How to Remain Relevant in the Workplace

These days, organisations that expect to stay in business have to change to stave off competitor threats, meet changing consumer tastes, and keep abreast of technological changes. 609 more words

Is your glass half empty or half full?

How would others describe you: as a positive person? Is your attitude and approach to life positive?  If so, give yourself a high five. Positive people achieve more, are nicer to be around and are more liked than negative people. 259 more words

Chapter 06: Strengthening Your Personal Skills

Reinforcing Spirituality in the workplace

I did not realize that relationships at the workplace could be so gratifying in terms of Ibadah until I sat down with my father to delve into his experiences about human resource management. 1,102 more words

How much fun do you have at work?

Lots of studies have found that rest, taking breaks, having fun, and laughing are essential elements of productivity. Fun and laughter have other benefits, too. They: 248 more words

Promoting Team Effectiveness

Gravity and the stuff that rolls downhill

There is a well-known and equally accepted principle out there that fecal matter rolls downhill.  You’d think it has behind it years of empirical study, qualified by countless experiments in the movement of mass and the velocity that said mass can obtain when traveling towards the one who’s trying to duck it.  288 more words

Opinion