Archive for Work/Life

Who Is Lying To You? Everyone

As adults we may try to convince ourselves or others that lying is a good way to spare someone’s feelings or avoid a sticky situation. It becomes so routine that we do it almost involuntarily and even when we don’t need to lie.

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Work/Life Blend: Leader’s Series

Today is a special post on work/life blend by Leanne Chase. Leanne is the founder of Career Life Connection, a business dedicated to connecting employers and potential employees in discussions about flexibility. It also provides a platform for employers to post jobs where flexibility is valued and for job seekers to find a job that has the type of flexibility that will work with their life. These employers understand that a more flexible work environment can lead to employees who are more fulfilled, loyal, and productive.

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Work/ Life Leader’s Series: Balance? Not For Me!

Jason Seiden is not only a kind and generous friend, he is a professional speaker, coach, and author. Jason’s books, ‘Super Staying Power: What You Need to Be Valuable & Resilient at Work and the award-winning How to Self-Destruct: Making the Least of What’s Left of Your Career are two of the most popular business books on the market. Jason is also a family man who takes that role seriously.

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Survival Guide: Top 10 Ways to Survive Holidays at Work

I’ve heard all the reasons that workers don’t like this time of year at work. Here are my top 10 ways to make it through December unscathed.

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Feeling Overwhelmed? Strategies to Overcome Work and Personal Obstacles

Regardless of whether I am at work or at home, there are people who need advice and guidance on how to best respond to certain situations. Quite frequently, it involves the individual being completely overwhelmed with the demands that others put on them and that they put on themselves. Even I have fallen prey to these feelings in the past.

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Work/life Leader Series

There is no such thing as work/life balance. Posts from the Work/life Leader Series.

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5 Strategies To Coach Employees Who Have Become “Institutionalized”

Even if your organization has a “contribute and stay” mentality, a lesser engaged long-term employee can cause real morale issues in your department. Often, these employees have been there many more years than you have as the manager. The only approach is to be direct. Have that tough discussion and find out why they stay, what would make them more challenged at work, what makes them feel valued, etc.

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Peopling – a mash up of HR & Marketing

HR and Marketing are perfect companions, that share similar goals, approach life in a similar manner and most importantly have skills and talents that complement each other.

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