Tag: workplace

Seven Strategies for Leaders to Connect With Their Best Selves

If gasoline powers our cars, electricity powers our devices and food powers our cells, then what powers your heart to be your best self? Read Anita’s 7 strategies on how to become the leader you really want to be so others will follow.

Boost Team Spirit With Team-Building Gifts

Highly engaged business teams achieve 21% greater profitability for their organization. In 4imprint’s Blue Paper, learn how to select the right staff members, presenting the right amount of praise and more.

Do You Have Analysis Paralysis?

Over-thinking, also known as analysis paralysis can stop you from making the most important data-driven decisions. Learn how to overcome these blocks and see beyond the data with tips from Shelley Row.

Find Your Best Fit—Interview Tips and Employee Recruitment Giveaways

Discover how a mix of modern and classic interview methods, along with employee recruitment giveaways, are helping employers find a perfect fit for every job opening with 4imprint.

Three Reasons Your Employee Development Program Doesn’t Work

Read Shelley Row’s tips on how to make your Employee Development Program work for your employees and you.

When Should You Walk Away From a Negotiation?

Read Linda Swindling’s tips on how to know when it’s time to walk away from a negotiation.

How to Act on Instinct

Read how acting on instinct can improve your work life with Linda Swindling.

The One Conversation That Can Instantly Improve Your Career

Originally published by Lindsey Pollak 27 June 2017 Do you generally prefer emailing, texting or talking on the phone? Do you love it when people write their whole message in the email subject line or […]

The Art of Giving and Receiving Feedback at Work

Originally published by Lindsey Pollak 24 February 2017 Do you wonder if you’re giving your employees feedback that can help them excel at their jobs — and feel more included? Chances are, we could all improve […]

The Importance of Saying ‘No’ at Work

Originally published by Lindsey Pollak 13 January 2017

Nope, this post isn’t about my “word of the year.” (If you haven’t read about the word I chose for 2017, get the scoop here!) Instead, it’s about another word I believe everyone should employ to be more productive – and quite likely more sane. That’s the word “no.”