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Hand Curated Workplace News
We deal with arguments, disagreements, and competition in our personal lives. The office is no different. Instead of avoiding these moments, with the right set of tools, you can turn any conflict into an opportunity. Load up your toolkit with a few helpful techniques and new perspectives.
Sensitivity is a strength when properly nurtured. Whether you have high sensitivity or manage someone who does, clear communication, allowing plenty of time for preparation, and coaching vs criticizing, can help you wield this ability as a superpower (for good, not evil).
External pressures (like fear of failure, looming deadlines, and others’ expectations) don’t motivate—they suffocate. Nurture and tap into intrinsic motivation to boost your energy and keep you focused. Spoiler: self-care plays a starring role.
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Resources, Tips, and Stories for Office Pros
Before we can beat distraction, we need to find its source. Sure, tech and coworkers can hijack our flow, but the real culprit? Our own brain.