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Reduce Destructive Effect of Criticism

March 31, 2015 - Patricia Morgan

I have some constructive criticism for you. Stop! Before criticizing it would be best to consider the results of doing so. People with high resilience manage unwelcome criticism. They censor the criticism they both give and receive. There are those who are totally aga…

The Fine Art of Contentment

March 30, 2015 - Mark Black

  Thirteen years ago I found myself in a hospital bed waiting for a miracle to save my life. I was on the heart-lung transplant waiting list, unsure of how, or even if, my life would continue. I was blessed to have family and friends to support me along the way but it w…

Practice Self-accountability to Be in Integrity

March 30, 2015 - Patricia Morgan

  An audience member wrote, “I would like to learn more about self-accountability”.  This was my response: It is self-accountability that helps you  operate in an ethical, responsible and authentic manner. The French playwright, Moliere, said, “It is…

Five Ways to Improve Employee Morale

March 30, 2015 - Shawn Casemore

Are your employees as productive as they could be? In a recent webinar I discussed ways to improve employee productivity. Companies that have high levels of employee productivity first and foremost have high levels of morale. You can’t achieve high levels of employee…
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