About Harriet Meyerson

Harriet believes that leadership skills can be learned at any age. She works with teachers, youth group and camp directors who want to conduct a teen leadership course.
She also works with workplace managers who want to become more confident leaders, and have happy, motivated employees. Get her free Employee Morale Newsletter and Employee Morale Assessment at:
www.ConfidenceCenter.com
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Teen Leadership Course Curriculum for teaching Jr. High and High School Students

How to teach a teen leadership course for your junior high and high school students. For teachers, youth group leaders, or home school parents – use this information to teach your first class today.

The 3 Secrets for Achieving Your Goals… Even If You Have Given Up Before!

​Whether the goals you set are for ​New Year’s resolutions or during any other time of the year, ​if you’re like most ​of us​ ​you have the same old story… ​Every year ​​you have the best of intentions ​of ​achieving your goals​​ but then you gradually ​lose your motivation. By March ​your New Year’s goals are […]

Valentine Morale Booster Activity for the Workplace that’s Easy, Low-Cost and Fun

Valentines Day is a wonderful time to improve employee relationships. This activity takes very little time or money and makes for a fun week where employees get to – be a kid again. Fun morale boosters like this one show that your company wants employees to be happy and work in a positive workplace atmosphere.

Employee Appreciation Activity that Gets Everyone Involved

November is Appreciation Month, so try this easy morale boosting appreciation activity that is sure to get everyone excited and involved. (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.)

Get Employees to Plan Employee Morale Boosters

Raise employee morale with this novel idea. Have each employee responsible for a morale boosting activity of their assigned month. (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: How to Use Personal Stories to Motivate Employees

Did you know you can use personal stories in the workplace to motivate employees. The story “The Puppy that Stole Our Hearts” demonstrates how to improve communication by using personal stories in the workplace.

Employee Morale: Brag Time

Raise employee morale by showing off your employees. Have a “Brag Time” at the next meeting for your employees to list a personal accomplishment to everyone. (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.)

Halloween Appreciation: It’s no Trick, You’re a Treat

Raise employee morale with this “treat” for them. Give “thank you” trick-or-treat bags to your staff members. (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.)

Employee Morale: Rock Award

Raise employee morale with this “solid” method. Give a Rock Award to an employee who can always be counted on to do the job well. (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.)

Employee Morale: Workplace Family Halloween Idea

Raise employee morale with this fun idea. Celebrate Halloween at your workplace with decorations and a costume contest. (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.)