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5 Keys to High Performance Team Building

  • July 24, 2014
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Good leaders understand how worthy high performance teams are to an organization. Building, motivating, and nurturing such a team remains one of the most important, and toughest, tasks leaders face. But, what is it that makes it so challenging? First of all, teams are made up of individuals with different desires, knowledge and levels of […]

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The Secret to Helping Your Team Achieve Their Goals

  • July 17, 2014
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On our way toward big successes, we are all told to dream big and have bold goals. And research shows that long term goals are important to our well-being. However, the way we obsess over long term goals can be demotivating and uninspiring. As managers and leaders, motivating employees is a key responsibility that needs […]

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Creating Winning Teams and Companies — Best of the Web #1

  • June 26, 2014
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Our efforts at TalentCove are influenced by lots of great writing and research on individual success and happiness at work, building company cultures that inspire, and the importance of praise, gratitude, support and teamwork in unleashing individual and team potential. In an effort to offer our best insights and tips on these topics, we’ll be […]

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3 Surprisingly Easy Ways To Be Inspired At Work

  • May 23, 2014
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Engagement, a well-functioning team, and transparency are primary factors to fulfillment at work. Each have a critical place in the recipe for high performing and productive employees. Companies without engaged employees, strong team dynamics, and honest, open communication have trouble sustaining morale and retaining top talent, leaving employees uninspired to do their best. It is […]

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Update Your Work Status, Not Your Facebook Status

  • May 08, 2014
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Since joining Facebook in March 2005 I’ve used up 39 Days – 5 Hours – 36 minutes updating my status with text, photos, links, and videos. Luckily for me, I’m not alone. Data makes it clear we like to share information that is entertaining or meaningful to us, because we spend a lot of time […]

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