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5 Common Biases Leaders Possess & 2 Solutions that Help

As a leader, do you think that your judgment is based on fact and that you are far from bias decision? The truth is, consciously or unconsciously, we are all having bias judgement and decision almost every day. And biases are what keeps us from considering a broad range of options and even blinding us […]

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August 13, 20191:42 pm
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Managing Communication Frequency with Remote Team

Communication is key to smooth employee management, especially when it comes to managing remote workers. As your employees are not in the same room as you, it might be difficult to keep your eyes on them all the time. Therefore, it is crucial to establish an open communication line with a remote team because unclear […]

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August 12, 20191:46 pm
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5 Practical Solutions to Build & Retain Employees’ Confidence

Derived from Latin word fidere that means “to trust”, confidence is the number one personality trait that can help an individual survive changes, be it changes in oneself or the world. Having confidence will allow individuals to have better self-motivation and self-esteem as well. Significantly, self-confidence can help an individual take risk and face challenges, […]

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August 9, 201912:15 pm
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Leaders, Stop Saying These 5 Phrases to Employees

Just like parents at home, leaders are the role model in an organisation. They become the first place to run to when something is going wrong. Their actions and words have a substantial influence on the business and team. For these reasons, leaders should demonstrate appropriate behaviour and attitude, possibly at all times. As a […]

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August 8, 20191:29 pm
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Video Games that Will Boost Your Leadership Ability

Video games and leadership – can they go along together? What is your opinion about this?  As a child, we often got yelled at by our mother if we played games for a long time. And when it was a holiday, instead of spending time with friends “in reality”, you probably would love to spend […]

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August 7, 20191:40 pm
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Are You a Servant Leader or Traditional Leader?

Are you considering yourself as a leader who is caring and putting people’s interest first before yours? Or are you a leader who is task-oriented and determined about success? Servant leader If you are among those who put people first, then consider yourself as a servant leader. First described by Robert K. Greenleaf in his […]

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August 6, 20191:58 pm
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Leader Tips (2): How to Engage Your Managers

In the previous leader tips article, we have discussed how manager experience gives a great impact on employee experience and company bottom line. The article mentioned that managers are the blood of an organisation that can either make or break change initiative within an organisation. However, a study showed that managers are prone to get […]

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August 5, 20191:38 pm
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More than Just a Feedback: Better Employee Engagement Strategy

Giving feedback can be an effective strategy already when it comes to engaging employees in the workforce as feedback can help employees reflect on their performance, achievement, and mistakes at work. However, is feedback alone enough to drive employee’s performance as well as wellbeing? The answer is, most likely NO. According to Gallup survey, only […]

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July 31, 201912:00 pm
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7 Ways to Win at Employee Engagement – Without Spending a Dime!

When hiring a candidate, we generally assume that the person not only possesses the skills for the job but also engages to successfully complete the tasks the job calls for. With that assumption, ‘active engagement’ should have been a default state for all employees. The reality, however, could be far from that. Only one in three employees claim themselves to be engaged […]

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July 29, 201910:00 am
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Why You Should Let Your Team Feel The Pressure at Work

Let’s face it: pressure at work is unavoidable. But then again, having to complete a mountain of tasks and errands in one day, who can handle that with a smile on their face?  Workplace pressure is one of the most common roots of stress. While you might love your job, at some point in your […]

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July 25, 20192:08 pm