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How to Build better Relationship with Your Boss

How to Build a Better Relationship With Your Boss

By Kayla Matthews   /     Nov 22, 2017  /     Work Productivity  /     1 Comment

Building work relationships are intrinsic to experiencing a positive work culture and growing your career. A healthy relationship with your boss is especially important. Your boss is the key holder to many aspects of your career development and contributes to maintaining a hopefully stress-free environment. Your boss has the power to grant you new projects, […]

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The Effects Workplace Communication Can Have on Your Productivity

By Kayla Matthews   /     Nov 13, 2017  /     Work Productivity  /     0 Comment

Communication techniques and strategies can have a huge impact on increasing workplace productivity. Declining or stagnant productivity is often chalked up to lack of employee motivation or engagement. Both of these can be turned around with better communication. Productivity may also sometimes suffer from sheer lack of good quality information. Perhaps employees don’t fully understand […]

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Science-Backed Reasons to Take Breaks at Work

By Kayla Matthews   /     Oct 01, 2017  /     Productivity Hacks, Work Productivity  /     0 Comment

As human beings, we tell ourselves on a regular basis that there’s more to life than work. Unfortunately, we don’t really act like it. Most of the publicly available statistics on the current state of our work-life balances seem to suggest we’re averse to the idea of taking vacations. Increasingly, we don’t even let ourselves […]

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3 Ways to Bring Personality to Your Job Interview

3 Ways to Bring Personality to Your Job Interview

By Kayla Matthews   /     Sep 25, 2017  /     Work Productivity  /     0 Comment

With as much time as you might have spent looking at books filled with job interview tips lately, you might think an ideal experience involves you being very rehearsed and responding to the interviewer’s questions in an unflappable way. The person leading the proceedings does want to see how you react under pressure, but that […]

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