Archives for June 2013

The Most Important Communication Skill for Effective Workplace Communication

If you are a supervisor or manager, do you know the most important communication secret for connecting with your employees? Entertainers and professional speakers know that the secret of connecting with their audiences is through eye contact. As a workplace supervisor or manager, you too, can be more effective by practicing eye contact skills. Here’s why.

Employee Morale: Sticky Motivation

Would you like employee motivation that is sure to stick around? Give stickers for progress at work that employees can proudly display. This is our creative low-cost morale booster in this issue of our newsletter, Employee Morale Tips. The newsletter also has a motivational quote, trivia, and joke of the week.

Communication: Ask For Something Without Fear of Rejection

Do you have the communication skills to overcome rejection? Learn how to practice asking for what you want to handle the fears of rejection. Are you afraid to ask for what you want because you are afraid of being turned down? This fear of rejection is very self- defeating because you will miss out on a lot of things that you might have gotten if you only had the courage to ask. How do you overcome fear of asking for things? Just have employees follow these simple steps of the broken record technique to handle their fears of rejection.

Employee Morale: July is Telecommuter Appreciation Month

Interested in an employee morale booster that goes the distance? This is a month to appreciate the contributions of the employees who work from home or who travel and rarely, if ever, come to the office. This is our creative low-cost morale booster in this issue of our newsletter, Employee Morale Tips. The newsletter also has a motivational quote, trivia, and joke of the week.

Workplace Relationships: Get “Lone Wolves” Involved in Teamwork

Do you have a person on your work team that prefers to work alone rather than with the rest of the team? Many work projects require teamwork. However, your team may have a “Lone Wolf” in its midst. It is difficult for some people who are used to working alone to switch to “running with the pack” and this can create conflict. However, you can work it out with “lone wolves” to help make the team successful.

Employee Morale: Celebrate Freedom – July 4th Celebration

How about an employee morale raising holiday? Have an Independence Day celebration for employees to celebrate their freedoms. This is our creative low-cost morale booster in this issue of our newsletter, Employee Morale Tips. The newsletter also has a motivational quote, trivia, and joke of the week.

The 7 Key Areas of Employee Morale and Their Impact on Your Company

Isn’t it time you alleviated the causes of low morale at your company? Adding morale boosting activities into the structure your company already has is the solution. It’s important to discover the causes of low employee morale at your company, because it’s probably costing your company a lot of money. This article will explain how to rate employee morale in 7 key areas.

Employee Morale: Mission Accomplished

Looking for an employee morale booster with purpose? Celebrate your company’s mission with these activities. This is our creative low-cost morale booster in this issue of our newsletter, Employee Morale Tips. The newsletter also has a motivational quote, trivia, and joke of the week.