Tagged: motivation

A Business’ Secret Weapon: Introverts as Leaders

In a world filled with outgoing, sociable, and charismatic leaders lies a large population of people whose secret weapons have the power to change organizations for the better. Introverts can be highly effective influencers when they use their natural strengths in the workplace rather than always forcing themselves to take on extroverted personality traits; however, […]

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New Year’s Resolutions in February: How to Stay Motivated

You start out the year focused on your New Year’s Resolutions – lose weight, find a new job, get organized, spend more time with family, quit smoking. You wrote it down and taped it on the mirror in the bathroom to motivate you every day…and now it’s February. It’s cold, really cold, in most of […]

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The Benefits of Friendly Office Competition

Last week a group of employees here at DAVIS decided that we are going to get our butts in shape this Fall, and created a friendly weight loss competition. This is a nine week competition ending just in time for 2015. We round tabled to create the rules, guidelines and rewards for the two biggest losers, […]

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Professional Development: The Learning Should Never Stop

To Go…or Not to Go Back to School…That is the Question In the midst of new hire paperwork, offer letters and signatures here and there, it’s pretty safe to bet that you probably didn’t have a lot of time to glance at the benefits your company offers you when you were first hired. We become […]

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Advice for Returning to Work After Labor Day

Is there a harder day to come back to work than after Labor Day Weekend? For those of us who work with seasons, the answer is “NO.” Another summer has come and gone, and before you know it, the days will be shorter and the leaves will fall off the trees. Say goodbye to bathing […]

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