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The Unmatched Power of "Thank-You"

There are several aspects of appreciation that make it vital for anyone. Appreciation is motivating, humanizing, specific, empowering, and powerful.
When people thank one another, it benefits both the giver and the receiver. 137 more words

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The Unmatched Power of "Thank-You"

There are several aspects of appreciation that make it vital for anyone. Appreciation is motivating, humanizing, specific, empowering, and powerful.
When people thank one another, it benefits both the giver and the receiver. 137 more words

#Anubha #Prism #Training #Leadership #HR #Com

Colossians 3:22-4:1; Subordinates

Paul continues the Lord’s instructions for human relationships in teaching on how to be a good servant.  The application is for anyone who is a subordinate of another in the context of labor or service.   318 more words

NIGERIAN BANKERS, THEIR WORKING CONDITIONS AND THE BLOOD MONEY IN THE BANKS

It happened in one of the Abuja branches of one of   Nigeria’stop five banks. That Saturday morning, a male staff had entered the ATM room to load money into the machine and locked himself as required by standard operational procedure. 466 more words

WORK ETHICS

Poetry: Life Chronicles.

Bearing a difficulty or two may diminish your viewpoint and the style of life one lives however you need to remain yourself, focused and determined to stride to the top of the bumpy mountain. 364 more words

Opinion And Editorial

Morning Postive

Months before my husband and I relocated I sold my Jeep Cherokee, wanting to save on insurance, somehow the thought didn’t occur to me that it would be nice for me to have vehicle once we moved and I thought I would be able to ride my bike for the majority of my needs, which turns out to not be the case. 308 more words

Morning Thanks And Positive Thoughts

THE CHALLENGE OF THE 21ST CENTURY WORK PLACE WHERE NO RULES BRINGS CREATIVITY AND CHAOS

The work place is a combination of different schooled people who have gone through certain training in various fields, each contributing to the growth of the organization, but a serious bane in the work place is the level of ethics each one has which is not something is not taught in school. 906 more words

RICHARD BRANSON