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How Leaders Can Build a Healthier Workplace Culture

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Workplace culture may seem like an intangible thing – yet it’s one of the most important aspects of your job. How your workplace ticks and its effect on its members can have a profound effect on their well-being.

Can a workplace culture be “too nice”?

Is there such thing as too nice?

Some workplaces suffer from a culture that’s too aggressive. But did you know you can also have a workplace culture that’s “too nice”?

Three things that creative people need to thrive at work

Things Creative People Need to Thrive at Work

Creative thinking is the must-have attribute for workers in the 21st century, we’re told, and businesses are jumping on the bandwagon.

Why Work Emails On Your Phone May Be Bad For You

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“While I’m away on holidays, I’ll turn off my work email. But can you text message me anything that needs my attention when I get back?” One of my colleagues – who’s known to check

How to cope with negative feedback

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Everyone faces negative feedback in the workplace now and then. But unfortunately, very few of us are prepared to cope with it when it does come. Part of that is because your brain could well be working against you.

Signs of a poor workplace culture – Part II

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Culture has a way of moulding us, and workplace culture is no exception. Considering how much time you spend at work, a poor workplace culture is definitely cause for concern.

Signs of a poor workplace culture – Part I

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Much like our wider culture, workplace culture changes us and moulds us. When we go into a workplace, the culture is one of the most influential aspects of your everyday life there. Yet it’s one of the most difficult areas to get a sense of before you start a new job.

Building a Culture of Appreciation

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Do you know what the two most powerful words in the workplace are? It seems those words are “thank you”. According to reports, making an effort to show appreciation to your staff or colleagues is a critical part of healthy workplace culture.

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