The 10 Most Popular Leadership Stories Of 2014. In 2014, we tried to keep our work and lives in balance, find stillness in the chaos, and keep our personal brands shiny and optimally effective.
We worked the social media scene, rearranged our office spaces, and discussed the merits of caffeine and mentorship—and combinations of the two. We've covered a lot this year, but the stories our readers loved most played with your imagination: A career that's found in your wildest dreams, big-picture statements of personal purpose and seemingly harmless words that have societal and psychological implications. Our top stories hoped for chances at a better life with more fulfilling work, and maybe even gave you the nudge to get there. Which of this year's stories was your own favorite? #10: 5 Dream Jobs You Probably Didn’t Know Exist How would you like to babysit pandas for a living, or be a water slide tester?
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Click here to see the full list. It has increasingly become accepted that emotional intelligence is an important factor in our success and happiness, not only at work, but in our relationships and all areas of our lives. So what sets emotionally intelligent people apart? Here are seven habits that people with high EI have: 1. While not ignoring the bad news, emotionally intelligent people have made a conscious decision to not spend a lot of time and energy focusing on problems. 2. People with a lot of emotional intelligence don’t spend a lot of time listening to complainers and tend to avoid negative people. Emotionally intelligent people spend time with others that are positive and look upon the bright side of life. 3. 10 Social Media Management Tools You Need In 2015. Free Six Sigma Certification - Six Sigma White Belt. For a limited time, we are providing free White Belt training and allowing the public to obtain an official White Belt Six Sigma Certification at no cost.
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How to Get a Lot Better at What You Love to Do in 2015 “If we keep doing what we’re doing, we’re going to keep getting what we’re getting.” – Stephen Covey It is a commonly held belief that we can become an expert in any discipline by spending 10,000 hours practicing.
The wisdom of the “10,000 hours” was posited by Dr. K. Anders Ericsson, popularized by Malcolm Gladwell in his book, “Outliers,” and has been oft repeated throughout… 10 Great Posts On Gratitude Thanksgiving offers us the opportunity to reflect on all the things for which we are grateful. 13 Life Lessons from the Game of Tennis Like everyone, my life has been a series of “ups” and “downs.” Patti Johnson Shares The Secrets For Leading Change Patti Johnson is a career and workplace expert and the CEO of PeopleResults, a change and organizational development consulting firm she founded in 2004. 3 Things Leaders Must Do To Build Meaningful Communities.
9 Ways To Dramatically Improve Your Presentations And Speeches. Some people like to learn from mistakes.
Others prefer to learn by finding out what to do instead of what not to do. Here’s some great advice from Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten, serial entrepreneur and founder of TwitterCounter and The Next Web, on what you should always do during your presentations: 1. Reinforce who you are. At most conferences, you will be introduced, and that introduction should make the audience look forward to hearing your story. But even though the audience might know something about you, it still makes sense to say a little bit extra about yourself. Framing that makes it easier for people to digest what you are saying is too often overlooked. 2.
A lot of presentations end with a slide that shows the speaker’s name, URL, Twitter handle, and email address. That slide is usually displayed for about three milliseconds before the projector is switched off. Handbook. Best Jobs For Every Personality.