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+20 Other Ways to Say Thank You At Work

  Saying 'thank you' more often at work can have a very powerful impact. Adam Grant considers appreciation to be "one of the single most sustainable motivators at work". ...
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14 Effective Tips to Give And Receive Peer Feedback

  Listen on Spotify Peer feedback, or the art of evaluating your colleague's performance, has vast potential for change and improvement, but only if done correctly. Giving ...
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14 Simple Rules That Will Make You A Better Communicator

  Think for a second about all the conversations that you found extremely interesting and that you still remember. What do they all have in common? How can you have more of ...
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How To Make The Most Of Your L&D Training Budget Before It's Too Late

It's that time of year again when HR and L&D teams around the world start thinking about how to make the most of their learning and development training budgets. With so many ...
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4 Fascinating Examples of Cultural Differences In the Workplace

  Listen to this episode on Spotify. If you work in a multicultural workplace, there may be situations where you think you understand something in one way and later realize ...
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How To Unlock Self-Directed Learning According To L&D Expert

  Listen to this episode on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Buzzsprout. There is no one theory or model of adult learning that explains everything we know about ...
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Spooky Halloween Idioms For Any Day Of The Year

    In this Halloween-themed post, we look at some spooky idioms that you can use for Halloween or any other day of the year. Le'ts start with a little story. Play the ...
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The Key To Agreeing And Disagreeing Effectively Across Cultures

  Agreeing and disagreeing are a fundamental part of collaboration. Learning how to do it effectively without offending anyone gets more difficult when you are interacting ...
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4 Types of Transition Words To Enhance Your Emails

  Transition words are essential in English. They not only connect ideas, but can effectively introduce contrast, emphasize, show agreement or disagreement, present a shift, ...
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