If you struggle with, or have to manage issues between, employees of different generations, guess what? You're not alone. First, we all need to understand something...
"As I wandered through the plastic booth tents and around the mud puddles, I was struck over and over by the same unusual interaction - everyone I made eye contact with not only returned my gaze, but SMILED at me." - personal experience, written by Kelti Lorence, after St. Cloud Pride Weekend 2019
Glossophobia or speech anxiety is the fear of public speaking. Most, if not all, of us suffer from this phobia on some level in our lives. Often though, this fear stems from inside our minds - meaning, we have all the tools necessary to overcome this barrier right inside our head.
With access to clean drinking water and well-lit, heated rooms in today's offices, we have the opportunity to utilize our spaces to maximize profits and benefits for everyone. Are you making the most of your office space?
New ideas, updates, mission changes, re-branding, fresh websites - businesses are changing daily to keep their name visible, products/services relevant, and customers and employees happy. Yet change can be scary. How can you present an idea in a way that will encourage support, rather than pushback?
No matter if you're about to start a new job, or you've been in your position 20+ years, we all run into co-workers (customers, bosses, committee members, the list goes on) that we struggle to work well with. While frustrating, this struggle is vital to personal growth, which will turn into professional success for you and your company.
There are days (weeks, months) when you're slammed at work. Then there are periods where you finally have breathing room to catch up. But in those moments it's easy to start to worry, "I have time to get back on track! I have to get caught up on everything immediately. Now where do I start?"