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Human Resources and its Relationship to Team Building

Posted by Mitzi Branvold | Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Building a successful team is a challenge that will affect every organization looking to grow a successful business. Whether you are an entrepreneur, intrapreneur, manager, employee, teamwork, and team building are a part of your work life. Typically, when we think about this topic, we put it in the hands of managers in each department….

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Get It Right With Modern Human Resources Management

Posted by Mitzi Branvold | Friday, January 8, 2021

Getting it right with your human resources goes beyond what can be termed as reliable empowerment and leadership without force. Getting the most out of your employees is a multi-faceted aspect of organizational leadership. First, you will need to create a working environment founded on mutual trust. That immensely helps in identifying and working on…

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How to Have More Fulfillment in Your Life

Posted by Mitzi Branvold | Tuesday, December 29, 2020

Fulfillment is an intangible thing which no one can define completely. And yet, you know when you are fulfilled because you get, very literally, a feeling of being “fully filled.” Often, people who haven’t achieved what they want to achieve have a hollow type of feeling, as though something is missing. The feeling of fulfillment…

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Using the Marie Kondo Method to Organize Your Workspace

Posted by Mitzi Branvold | Friday, December 18, 2020

It can be quite difficult to focus on work when you’re working in a messy area. And yet, a lot of us find it very difficult to keep our work area organized. Papers seem to pile up around us and they’re not in any organized piles either. They just seem to be lying any which…

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Avoiding Unhealthy Competition in the Workplace

Posted by Mitzi Branvold | Friday, December 11, 2020

Many people believe that in order to get ahead, you have to be competitive. This means proving to your customers that your product or service is better than your competitor’s. At times, people even go so far as to take certain steps that will harm their competitors, such as targeting their customers, buying up the…

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How to Believe in Yourself and What You Do

Posted by Mitzi Branvold | Wednesday, December 2, 2020

When you ask many great people how they achieved what they achieved, they’ll tell you that they believed in what they did. What exactly does this mean? And how do you do it? Is it possible to suddenly start believing in what you do? Or is belief reserved for special things—the things that you really…

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Don’t Always Be a “Giver” in Work Relationships

Posted by Mitzi Branvold | Wednesday, November 25, 2020

We’ve all had days when we were simmering inside our heads because of some seemingly innocent comment that one of our coworkers made. Maybe they said something about what a great weekend they just had. But you know that they only had a great weekend because they passed on their work to you, which meant…

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Why Should You Stop Saving Things for a Special Occasion?

Posted by Mitzi Branvold | Monday, November 16, 2020

One of the worst things that we do nowadays is saving things up without using them. Everyone is guilty of this to a certain extent. Maybe you made an impulse purchase, but it stays in your closet for months or even years before you use it. A great example of this can be seen in…

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Ways to Keep Kind and Stay Strong when Running Your Business

Posted by Mitzi Branvold | Tuesday, October 27, 2020

We have all experienced a toxic workplace. Have you worked for a caring boss that ran a weak business that was crumbling? Maybe you have worked for a thriving business with a boss with poor empathy and compassion towards its employees. Either situation is not ideal. There are steps you can take to maintain a…

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5 Tips to Start Your Day in a Pleasant Way

Posted by Mitzi Branvold | Saturday, October 17, 2020

Most of us start our day in a predictably routine manner—by snoozing the alarm a couple of times, rolling out of bed to have a cup of coffee and then getting dressed for work. If we work at an office, then some time invariably goes in commuting there, by car or by public transportation. And…

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