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How your mobile phone actually saves you stress at work

Fear of Missing Out is the plague of our modern times. In a digitally connected world, Instagram and Snapchat give us party FOMO — why wasn't I invited? — and Facebook gives us vacation envy.   There is also work
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Four Daily Habits Of A Good Boss

Consistency is key, and a strong leader stands firm in what they practice. Each day, great people wake up and follow a specific personal routine that pushes them to be the best entrepreneur possible. Not only do these habits establish regularity in
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If You Want to Motivate Someone, Shut Up Already

From: By Brandon Irwin Recommended by: Balaji Pasumarthy Constant encourgement can be demotivating? Beliving that your contribtion affects the team, increases perfomance. Monitory rewards
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From: Recommended by: Anjana Vivek ... This slideshare presentation is from the series of sessions and workshops conducted at IIMs and corporates - for Women Entrepreneurs and Women Employees ... under
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Helping women CAs move beyond the glass ceiling

From:   By: LUBNA KABLY Via: Helping women CAs move beyond the glass ceiling - The Times of India http://t.
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How to remotivate when you’ve hit a serious dead end

From:   By: Josh Urich Via: How to remotivate when you’ve hit a serious dead end any given
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4 Reasons You Should Let Your Team Set its Salaries

From: Recommended by: Balaji Pasumarthy   "Let your Team members set their own Salaries?" seems heretical, and I first read about it in the book 'Maverick' by Richardo Semler
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Lacking Motivation? Follow These Steps to Get Back on Track

Not long ago, a business owner who reads my column asked me this question: I was wondering what do you do when your motivation level is lacking, as well as your  self esteem? What do you do to regain the motivation needed to move on
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How to Get Employees to Manage Themselves

"The old currency of work is Time + Physical Presence = Results. We want to change the conversation so that we have objective measures of results, not subjective. The new currency of work is Results. Period. " say 
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Dan Ariely: What makes us feel good about our work?

From: Recommended by: Arathi Dan Ariely, in this very interesting talk proves that we do not work just for 'money'. It is a sense of satisfaction, achievement and a bit of recognition from our peers