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Happy workers perform better! Or do they? Doesn’t it all depend? There is the employee who is an independent, goal-oriented, hard-working self-starter who finds happiness at work when given challenging assignments, left alone to accomplish them, and rewarded based on … Continue reading

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As a leader, one of your important roles is as a change agent. Do you know your own response to change that impacts you at work? It’s important to know the answer to this question, as it all begins with … Continue reading

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If you’re not singing on your way to work, you’ve got the wrong job! You probably don’t want to hear that, do you?  As a leader you need to What’s it going to take for you to practice these three … Continue reading

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  Do people pursue only personal payoffs? … Belief 3: Satisfaction . . .”The things I get from my job are satisfying.” Here’s a quick-review glance at the three conditions for motivation and performance: Belief-1—Confidence—“I believe I can do what … Continue reading

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