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Enhancing Employee Engagement through Strategic Performance Reviews

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Enhancing Employee Engagement through Strategic Performance Reviews Josh Gibbs (USA) In the rapidly evolving business world, the significance of employee engagement cannot be overstated. Engaged employees are the cornerstone of higher customer satisfaction, increased productivity, and enhanced profitability. However, the traditional model of annual performance reviews has proven inadequate

Mastering Organisational Skills for Peak Productivity and Profitability

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Mastering Organisational Skills for Peak Productivity and Profitability Dr. Zándra Jackson-Bishop (USA) In today's fast-paced business environment, the difference between success and failure often hinges on a leader's ability to organise effectively. Organisational skills are the bedrock upon which time management, prioritisation, and ultimately, productivity are built. Without them,

The Path to Happiness

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The Path to Happiness Sandeep Gupta (Australia) Andre Agassi, a former tennis #1, hated tennis and suffered from depression. Michael Phelps, winner of 28 Olympic medals, went through periods of feeling low. Bruce Springsteen had bouts of depression. J.K. Rowling had depression while writing her Harry Potter novels. Robin

What to do when you feel Judged by your own Community

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What to do when you feel Judged by your own Community Lea Misan (United Kingdom) Everyone has readily accessible tools at their fingertips to freely express their thoughts and feelings. Visibly. Widely. But this freedom comes with invisible shackles. The more of a free-for-all we experience, the more pressure

The Top 10 Things Mentally Strong Entrepreneurs Avoid

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The Top 10 Things Mentally Strong Entrepreneurs Avoid Anne Bachrach (USA) Successful and mentally strong entrepreneurs don’t persevere through challenging times and reach new heights by accident. These people don’t always know what moves they need to make to establish themselves. But they recognise that knowing what to avoid

Coaching the Next Generation of Women Leaders

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Susan Inouye (USA) I am often struck by the number of younger women in leadership roles who call me for executive coaching. Engaging a coach to help them grow is a strength of millennials. I’m not surprised to hear the same common themes that have plagued women of all