As I look back on the storied life of Kobe Bryant, I’m inspired more by an author of his own script than a player of the global stage.
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If you are struggling with burnout in your career, or even just feeling stressed or frustrated at work, here are three tips to help you keep ice cold.
In recent years, government employees have become subject to more and more criticism from the media and the general public. While searching to find “what motivates government employees”, I discovered the true spirit of service.
At the end of the day, happy employees perform better. Make it a priority to motivate your staff. Listen, observe and help staff reach their full potential.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to motivating and recognizing employees. Leaders must invest the time to know their employees and meet them at their needs.
If you start feeling or showing these signs, it is time to reflect on your priorities. We only have one life to live and we don’t want to shorten it by increasing health risks along with emotional dissatisfaction.
When facing extremely negative circumstances, your ability to make a difference can seem inadequate. This resulting sense of helplessness can cause you to freeze up and do nothing. Don’t give up. There are actions you can take so you don’t feel so helpless.
Managing an employee who is under performing or engaging in misconduct can be a challenge. But mentoring these employees and helping them build resilience will often bring about better results.
Losing motivation at work? Try some of these tips.
Check out these few simple ways to hone in your leadership skills.