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How to be a Better Team Player

How to be a Better Team Player

What does it mean to be a “team player”? This is a common term that describes a set of invaluable characteristics. Essentially, being a team player means that one is able to work well with others and collaborate on projects. Employers are actively seeking this quality...

Habits of Highly Employable People

Habits of Highly Employable People

When it comes to job-searching and promotions, there’s no magic bullet. Some may find that the opportunities come to them, while others may find themselves getting stuck for several months. Many factors are at play, but your best bet is to focus on the ones that you...

Non-Verbal Communication

Non-Verbal Communication

Non-verbal communication can be equally if not more informative than spoken words. Although non-verbal communication is often overlooked in social situations, those who are attuned to aspects of non-verbal communication can gather incredible amounts of information...

The Pillars Of Nonverbal Communication

The Pillars Of Nonverbal Communication

While most associate communication with words to interact with others, there are also different pillars of nonverbal communication. In nonverbal communication, people depend upon other different behavioral mechanisms rather than words to communicate. When people...

Training Your Brain’s Resilience

Training Your Brain’s Resilience

Even the most successful people face failure from time to time, but that's easy to forget when it happens to you. Failure can seem like the most devastating thing in the world and, if you don't know how to bounce back from it, that one failure can set you on a path of...

Mindfulness In Nonverbal Communication

Mindfulness In Nonverbal Communication

Effective leaders understand that communication isn't just about what they say. It's also about how they say it. This is in part because of nonverbal communication skills. The way a speaker moves, gestures and carries him or herself can make a big impression on their...

Increasing Your Resilience at Work

Increasing Your Resilience at Work

Making an error or failing to meet your anticipated goals can cause you to suffer a blow to your self-esteem. In turn, that can affect your future productivity, causing you to suffer more failures. The only real way to avoid this cycle is to find new ways to remain...

Evolving As an Entrepreneurial Leader

Evolving As an Entrepreneurial Leader

For those with careers in entrepreneurship and business the ability to function as a leader is becoming a standard requirement in our time. To an extent, almost every entrepreneur is a leader. The evolving business landscape, however, demands that every ordinary...

Truths In Leadership

Truths In Leadership

Our understanding of leadership has changed significantly in the last decade. Where once leaders were thought of as being commanding, take-charge figures who often stood alone at the top of the heap, now we understand that leaders actually possess a wide range of...