Category: Help to do your job well

Help to do your job well

7 Qualities of Bad Leadership and How to Fix Them

Good leaders are those who always aim to serve the team in the best way possible. Bad leaders, on the other hand, can negatively affect their employees, their quality of work, and their potential to succeed.
So, what are some of the qualities of bad leadership and how can you fix them for yourself or for your organization?

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5 Things to Cover in Every Debrief Meeting

Debriefing is when you take the time to think about what you have done and what you can learn from your experience. Very few people do this, but it’s an excellent idea and is a useful way to learn.

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How to lead meetings

There may be times in your career when you need to lead a meeting. How can you make sure your meetings are good and productive? There are plenty of bad meetings — often because people don’t plan them well or don’t keep track of time. With a little effort, you can make sure people actually like your meetings! Here are ten useful tips to lead meetings in a well-structured and practical way.

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Presentation techniques

Do you like speaking to groups of people? Are you relaxed on stage? A few people are lucky to feel confident about speaking in public but most of us feel nervous in this situation. This is totally normal! But there are ways to stop the nerves from taking over. Remember, ‘practice makes perfect’. Everyone who is good at giving public presentations has practised a lot. Practising will help to increase your confidence.

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Three keys to good teamwork

It’s not easy to get things done on your own. Always be a team player. Companies often hire people who are not only team players (meaning they work well with others) but are good at building teams. Here are three keys to successful teamwork.

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Four positive thinking tools

You may have heard people saying “Let’s do this the smart way”, but what does this mean in practice? Can you change the way you think and always choose the ‘smart’ way to do things? The answer is yes!

These tools will help you get through difficult days, solve problems and avoid feeling stressed.

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How to make the most of your professional network

Building your professional network is one of the best things you can do to advance your career. There’s nothing complicated about it. Networking just means staying in touch with people because it’s useful for your career and for theirs. Even if you are fairly new to the world of work, you probably already have some type of network. They could be friends and people you went to school or college with. You need to build your professional network in the same way and learn how to use it effectively.

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Three easy ways to start conversations at work

Many people lack social confidence and don’t want to start a conversation with strangers. Build your confidence and learn to make the first move. Start conversations, rather than waiting for someone to talk to you.

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How To Learn From Good And Bad Managers

During your working life you’ll often have to deal with all types of managers. Some are good at what they do, others not so good. In this video, we share a few good tips that can help make your work with your managers more productive and a lot less stressful.

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How To Learn From Good And Bad Meetings

With a little practise, you can learn to pay attention to a lot more than just the content of a meeting and what’s being discussed. You can also observe the dynamics of the meeting.

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SOLVING INSTEAD OF COMPLAINING

In any work situation, it’s a lot easier to complain about something than it is to find a solution to the problem. In this video, we show you how finding solutions can be a powerful tool to help you grow in your career.

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