Learning

How to Be a Good Listener

How to Be a Good Listener

It’s so important to be a good listener. People who know how to listen are better at interacting and connecting with others. They’re also better at avoiding misunderstandings and resolving conflicts. I recently came across a video by “The School of Life” on being a good listener. I think it makes some interesting points. Watch(…)

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Exploring Unconscious Bias

Exploring Unconscious Bias

Unconscious biases are stereotypes or prejudices that we’re not fully aware we have. They’re a product of our environment and life experiences. They influence the way we view other people and the world around us. They can even impact the decisions we make at work and the way in which we interact with our coworkers.(…)

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Spring Cleaning

Spring Cleaning

Is your office a mess? Do you have trouble finding important papers, books, or files? Do your pens keep mysteriously disappearing? If the piles of stuff on your desk ever toppled onto you, could you potentially be trapped or crushed? If so, then it might be time to clean up your act! Here are five(…)

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Surviving Awkward Moments

Surviving Awkward Moments

Human interactions can sometimes be so complex and awkward! If you’ve ever waved back at someone who wasn’t actually waving at you, or forgotten someone’s name two seconds after the person told you what it was, you know what I’m talking about. That’s why I particularly enjoyed this list of “The 11 Most Awkward Moments(…)

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How to Enhance Your Credibility

How to Enhance Your Credibility

To be successful at work, it’s important to have credibility. Your managers and coworkers need to trust you, value your ideas, and have confidence in your abilities. So what should you do if you lack credibility? Well, don’t despair! With time and effort, you can earn your coworkers’ respect and trust. Here are a few(…)

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