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Effective Leadership: How Transformational Leaders Inspire and Motivate

As said by Jack Welch, honing people’s self confidence is the most important thing you can ever do because then they act on their own. A transformational leader is a type of leader with characteristic traits and behavior which would positively impact the work ethic of employees, pushing them to perform better in their roles.…
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Transformational Leadership: Inspire and Motivate Like Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates

Unless you have a rhetorical intention, it would be pointless to ask anyone today about familiarity with Amazon or Microsoft. These are two companies with reputations that precede them. While the nature and potentially the corporate culture of the two businesses defer, there is unmistakably strong leadership at the helm of each. Bill Gates and…
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Powerful Ways To Change Your Life When You Feel Lost, Hopeless, and Stuck

Perhaps you’ve found yourself at a point in your life where you just feel stuck, lost, and entirely hopeless. However, as dark and distant as the horizon might seem – things can and absolutely will get better if you take the right steps towards turning this period of time into one of understanding, changes, and…
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Why Transformational Leaders Have Engaged, Motivated and Healthy Employees

Transformational leadership has, over the years, gained a lot of attention and popularity. This is probably due to its supportive, innovative, and productive nature. In this article, we examine and show and why transformational leaders have engaged, motivated, and healthy employees. The style of transformational leaders and leadership According to Shah et al. .2011, transformational…
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Remote Working: How To Keep Your Employees Engaged, Motivated and Happy

In today’s post, I’m going to be sharing with you some advice detailing how to promote engagement, motivation and mental well-being in employees who are working remotely – which, given the current climate, is probably the vast majority of people! The swift nature of the recent necessity to change from an office-based working environment to…
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Remote Working: How To Promote Engagement and Maintain The Well-being of Your Employees

With recent figures showing that millions of pounds are lost each every year due to work-induced anxiety, stress and depression1, that 80% of workers feel stress when working – with over half of them saying they need assistance in learning how to deal with and manage their stress, and 40% of workers felt their job…
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Five Ways to Enhance Employee Wellbeing Both Inside and Outside of Work

There are no two ways about it; positive wellbeing is beneficial not only for employees but also for employers and companies too. Research indicates that employee wellbeing can have positive effects on motivation, work efficiency and productivity, and absenteeism to name but a few. Statistics released by the Centre for Mental Health show that mental…
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How To Promote Employee Health and Wellbeing in (and out) of the Workplace

If you’re reading this blog post, you’re no doubt interested in implementing an employee wellbeing initiative within your workplace. The question is, how can you do this successfully? What does it take to boost workplace wellbeing and enhance the happiness, morale, motivation, productivity and performance of your employees? Well, in today’s piece, we’re going to…
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Why is Environmental Psychology Important in the Workplace?

It is often assumed that employee performance, and satisfaction is proportional to financial remuneration, i.e. the wages or salary they are paid. However, although there is some truth in this, it is not a resolute enough (and long-term) indicator of what will maintain or boost performance and keep employees happy within their job role(s).  Why?…
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What is Environmental Psychology?

I’ve often heard the term ‘Environmental Psychology’ described as being ambiguous or just plain confusing, and that doesn’t surprise me given that it’s a relatively new field of psychology1 with a title that is hard to place if you’re not au fait with exactly what it studies. If you’re one of the many people that…
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