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Career Change, Getting Ahead, Inspiration

This is How to Set Goals for the New Year

Where do you see yourself in ten, five years? Better still what do you expect to have achieved by next year, 2017 since we’d be entering a new year pretty much soon?

Around this time of the year, many people begin to plan or make statements concerning new year resolutions. I think it should be an all year round affair. Whether they achieve this or not is another blog post for a different day.

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Career Change, Getting Ahead, Inspiration

4 Ideas to Push your Career Further in 2017

We are still in that Christmas/ New year mood!!! I love this time of the year and I know you very well do too. However, this season makes us cast our minds back and look forward as well.

We want to make sure that the path we are on in a quest for a meaningful career is truly the right path. We want to be certain that we don’t end up making the same mistakes we made at some point in the past.We want to stay positive, keep hope alive, and move ahead in our endeavors. 

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Inspiration

September Inspiration: Appreciate your Challenges

Happy New Month!!!!!!!!!

It’s September and honestly, I’m so excited and grateful. August was so inspiring for me. You know that I usually put up inspiring articles at the beginning of a new month because we all need a bit of that for our work lives. So I’ll be sharing what kept me going in August and how we can make our work lives more meaningful.

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Career Change, Getting Ahead

6 Rules to Increase Productivity at Work

Ever wondered how sometimes it feels like you have accomplished tons of objectives in a day and at other days it seems like you simply breezed through the day and practically stared at your laptop all day? Relax. It’s normal. You are not a robot. These things happen sometimes. There are several misconceptions on how to get a productive day or week and honestly, I pretty much believed most.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

3 Reasons to include Workplace Flexibility in your Business Strategy

I know of people who have flexible work hours at their workplaces and I know how happy they are to talk about their job and organization. This sends out a good impression of the organization to the general public. These flexible hours may not necessarily occur every day, there is some form of breakdown or structure to enjoy the flexibility and this prevents its abuse. It goes to show that everything should be done in moderation.

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Entrepreneur's Workplace

6 Ways to Boost Employee Engagement in your Organization

If you run a business, manage one or you are in management group then you have complex duties. To have the required skills, competencies and knowledge for your role, adequately apply it and also to effectively coordinate activities of staff/ employees in lower positions. This is where employee engagement comes in because you should motivate, assist and push other employees to achieve set objectives of the organization.

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Career Change, Getting Ahead

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: What You Need to Know

As an employee, it is always important to consistently ask yourself if you have the knowledge, skills, and abilities required of you even as you progress on your job. Most times this is stated in the job description but it can be really hard to decipher which is which.

At other times, it is equally essential for you to determine if you need improvement. There are some expectations that may not necessarily be stated in your job description but will affect your performance.

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