Alleviate Stress to Increase Your Personal Effectiveness

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If you wake up at dawn, or before, with your to-do list scrolling through your mind and your shoulders already hunched as though bearing a weight, you are a person who values productivity. You are also, however, a person who is stressed and, unfortunately, stress interferes with productivity. Research shows that stress physically interferes with… Read more »

Manage the Time That You Own for Increased Personal Effectiveness

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Your professional image is comprised of a myriad of elements: appropriate verbal communication, effective written communication, appearance, etiquette, and the list goes on. Some of the most powerful elements that contribute to how you are viewed professionally have to do with how you manage time. It’s not that colleagues and team members necessarily notice how… Read more »

Mind Mapping for Personal Effectiveness

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mind mapping:  A graphical way to represent ideas and concepts. It is a visual thinking tool that helps structuring information, helping you to better analyze, comprehend, synthesize, recall and generate new ideas. Just as in every great idea, its power lies in its simplicity. One of the least utilized resources in the workplace is the creativity… Read more »

Improve Personal Effectiveness with Your Greatest Asset

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The first building block of a relationship of trust is building credibility with your colleagues and employees. Although you also need to know that your employees have credibility, as the leader, you must initiate the credibility. The Building Blocks of Credibility Two-Way Communication The degree to which leaders share information with people Competence The ability to display… Read more »