Igniting Workplace Enthusiasm
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Staying Flexible during Change Think of yourself as stretchable, expandable, and able to adapt to anything new. Who wants to view themselves as static, inflexible, and unable to adapt? Periods of change are unpredictable, and we may be asked to adapt to changes that we never anticipated. In order to stay flexible, follow these guidelines:
 
Nov 28, 2012 07:52 PM
1. Keep Busy Sometimes there is so much going on in a team project that we don't know where to start. It's better to dive in and make something happen than it is to wait and be tentative. Other team members appreciate colleagues who get busy and move the team effort forward.
 
Nov 28, 2012 07:45 PM
Stage One: Formation The main focus during the Formation stage is to create a team with clear structure, goals, direction, and roles, so that members begin to build trust. During the Formation stage, much of the team's energy is focused on defining the team and its responsibilities. Team members tend to be optimistic and interested at this stage.
 
Dec 15, 2011 06:31 PM
By Kristina Schneider
It is harder and harder these days for people to stand out among the crowd. So many personalities. So many opinions. So many conflicting interests.
 
Dec 15, 2011 06:26 PM
By John Torre
Dale Carnegie once told the story of Adolph Seltz of Philadelphia, who was a sales manager in an automobile showroom and a student in one of Carnegie’s courses. Seltz had suddenly found himself confronted with the necessity of injecting enthusiasm into a discouraged and disorganized group of automobile salespeople.
 
Dec 15, 2011 06:08 PM
By Liz Scavnicky-Yaekle
Dale Carnegie’s second Human Relations principle says to, “Give honest, sincere appreciation.” In his best-selling business book of all time, How to Win Friends and Influence People, Mr. Carnegie explains how showing appreciation helps to develop and strengthen relationships because people love to be thanked.
 
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