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Can Social Networks Place a Company at Legal Threat

Can Social Networks Place a Company at Legal Threat

Can Social Networks Place a Company at Legal Threat  “Completely,” claims David P. Jones, PhD, author of MILLION DOLLAR HIRE: Build Your Bottom Line, One Employee at a Time (Jossey-Bass, 2011). “Commonly, without knowing it, companies break a host of rules when they make use of social […]

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Deliver Value to Your Employees—Your Most Important Stakeholders

Beryl Companies CEO Paul Spiegelman explains how to get employees to show up for work with passion, productivity, and focus–and increase profits. By Paul Spiegelman | Jul 18, 2011 How does your company picnic impact your bottom line? What about the handwritten note sent to an employee […]

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Simple Ways To Reduce Stress At Work

Get along with people. Low-stress employees usually create smooth working relationships with practically everyone. To do this, find things you have in common and act friendly with absolutely everybody from the president down to the janitors. Always be diplomatic and tactful. Never act impatient nor angry regardless […]

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More Ways to Become Optimistic

Celebrate your strengths. The key to high achievement and happiness is to play out your strengths, not correct your weaknesses. Focus on what you do well. (If you are not sure what your signature strengths are, consider reading Now Discover Your Strengths which includes a web-based questionnaire, […]

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Why Optimism Is Good for You

Optimism is the hidden key to your personal and business success. Optimists possess a clear vision of an exciting life, confidently work on goals to achieve their vision, and take self-responsibility. In contrast, pessimists have no clear vision of a fantastic life, and they love to complain, […]

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Excellent Leaders are Cheerleaders

Everyone likes to be encouraged! Sometimes leaders (and wives/husbands/mothers/fathers/sisters..etc) forget to “cheer on” their partner. Recent research showed that a person who responds enthusiastically, like a cheerleader, to his or her partner’s good news produces a stronger and healthier relationship than a person who responds compassionately to […]

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