Turn Negative Feedback Into a Positive Experience

Turn Negative Feedback Into a Positive Experience

When someone at the office gives you negative feedback, what's your first instinct? Maybe you want to spit out a quick defense, such as, "I'm not like that!" Maybe you want to counter the criticism with some negative feedback of your own for the other person. Or maybe you want to turn away and pretend it never happened. Whatever your instinct, remember these practical tips to accepting negative feedback and turning a bad experience into a good one. 



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Motivate Yourself via Dale Carnegie’s Method of Accepting the Worst That Can Happen

Motivate Yourself via Dale Carnegie’s Method of Accepting the Worst That Can Happen

Motivation is an elusive thing. Sometimes, even when you've been sleeping enough, eating well, exercising, taking time out for yourself and your friends and family, you might not feel motivated to work. You're doing all the right things that people say you should do. You're leading a rounded life. You should, technically, have plenty of energy to get up in the morning and get to work. But you're missing that feeling of enthusiasm. Here are some things you could do to resolve the issue: 



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Human Resources Opportunities: Remote Workforce

Human Resources Opportunities: Remote Workforce

Human resources departments have been challenged by a rapidly diversifying force that is working across multiple territories, platforms, and through changing job structures such as remote work by employment or contracting. These workplaces have the potential to create agile, highly motivated and tech-prepared employees. But challenges include unifying systems, languages, communications, oversight and performance management, and basics of pay and benefits for workers across diverse systems. 



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Showing Vulnerability Makes a Strong Business Leader

Showing Vulnerability Makes a Strong Business Leader

Everyone has experienced an emotional wound at some point in their life, including those who lead and manage others. However, this emotional pain doesn't have to be a bad thing. It can help business leaders make genuine connections with others as well as help them learn to be an even better leader. Vulnerability at work means that a supervisor or manager admits when he or she doesn't have all the answers, takes responsibility for the error or lack of knowledge, and requests help from others to move forward. 



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Why You Should Be a Coach to Your Employees

Why You Should Be a Coach to Your Employees

Maybe you've heard of employers who take on the role of coach in the workplace. And maybe you rolled your eyes, thinking that coaches belonged at the football stadium, not in your office. Instead of dismissing the idea of coaching, take a look at the ways your employees can benefit from having a coach for a boss. 



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5 Unusual Ways to De-Stress During the Work Day

5 Unusual Ways to De-Stress During the Work Day

When stress leaves you feeling wired, exhausted, or defeated, you need to find some way to calm down. High levels of stress will slow down your productivity and decrease the quality of your work. So take a minute to read these unusual methods of keeping your cool at work. 



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