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Positive work cultures work harder

Organizational psychologists have long been touting the benefits of fostering positive workplaces, but some companies still uphold cut-throat, high-pressure environments in the belief that it’s the best way to whip employees into shape and deliver results. In reality, it’s sometimes the best way to push employees towards burnout.

Expert tips on nailing a presentation

Public speaking can be tough and unfortunately there’s no magic cure for the stage fright that sometimes goes with it. But it certainly helps to know that you’ve prepared a strong presentation to back you up. From PowerPoint slides to storytelling, here is what the experts say about delivering a killer presentation. By preparing smart, you’ll get the confidence boost you need to deliver strong and ensure that your message resonates with the audience.

How to get your team excited about new tools

These days, it feels like there’s a SaaS (Software as a Service) solution to every problem. Productivity roadblocks can suddenly disappear by downloading an app or new software. That’s why a competitive business will stay on top of these fast-growing technologies, hand-picking the ones that will help propel it ahead of the game.

7 tips to make your presentation slides pop

Presentations are an ubiquitous part of corporate life, and too often a common source of corporate misery as well – we’ve definitely all sat through a boring presentation, which we’ve forgotten the content of almost immediately, and a lot of us would be guilty of giving some pretty average presentations as well. It needn’t be this way though. With just a little bit of extra time and effort – and our seven tips below – you could be giving presentations that delight, not dull.

Digital Asset Management Systems: Top 5 tips How To Make It Work

In the workplace, most people are inherently resistant to change. From writing an email to putting together a new business pitch, employees often get into their own unique daily office habits. Therefore, while new enterprise software has the potential to revolutionize your business’ productivity, it also runs the risk of disrupting trusted and ingrained ways of working.

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