Top Ways the Enneagram Can Improve Your Work Culture

Did you know that more people are unsatisfied with their jobs than ever before? According to a Gallup poll, nearly 60 percent of workers feel detachment from their jobs and workplace culture. One of the best ways that you can improve the culture at work is by using enneagrams. What is the enneagram? It is a type…

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The Importance of Continuous Learning in Adulthood

Did you know that more than seventy percent of all adults say that they are lifelong learners?  Even though most people understand the importance of learning new things every day, it’s not very common for people to create opportunities in their daily lives for continuous learning.  The problem is that it can be difficult to understand the…

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Accountability in the Workplace

According to a study done by Gettysburg College, the average person spends one-third of their life at work. Considering you spend over 90,000 hours at your job, it is essential that you can take pride in your job and establish a sense of accountability. Accountability in the workplace is essential for high-quality work and a good…

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Tips to Help You Move On from Past Mistakes

Some memories can last as long as decades. What happens when those are memories of past mistakes? If you’re having trouble moving on from mistakes of the past, we’ve got some tips to help. Read below to find out! Take Responsibility for Past Mistakes Own whatever it is that you feel you did wrong. If you upset…

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How to Develop an Emotionally Intelligent Organization

76% of Americans are satisfied with the relationships they have with their colleagues. That leaves 24% who aren’t, however, and if you have your own organization, you don’t want your employees to be part of that number. Instead, they should be part of the 76%, and you can do this by creating an emotionally intelligent organization.…

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How to Turn Your Weaknesses Into Your Strengths

Did you know that the first thing that the world’s most skilled leaders do to turn their weaknesses into strengths is to acknowledge and accept that they have weaknesses?  It might be surprising to find out that the world’s leaders have weaknesses. It is easy to believe that they figured everything out in their lives. But the truth is that they would…

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Creating a Winning Mindset in the Workplace

Did you know that only about half of all workers say they are satisfied with their jobs?  In the contemporary business world, the bottom line is often more important than anything else. But more and more leaders are coming to realize that it is not helpful to focus on short-term outcomes if they are hurting their company’s…

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How to Lead When Times Are Tough

The COVID-19 pandemic was, for many younger leaders, the first major hardship that impacted their organizations. It’s led to many changes, including what some experts are calling the “great rethink” (or the “great resignation”) that’s prompting employees to seek out organizations that suit their values. Being a great leader is more important than ever, but…

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The Challenges of Hybrid Work and How to Overcome Them

Hybrid work is the way of the future, not simply because it’ll make our lives easier, but because it enables companies to operate more efficiently and save time by removing unnecessary intermediaries. However, hybrid work comes with its own set of challenges. If you aren’t aware of them from the start, you might find yourself…

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