Weekly Roundup #4

By SkyeTeam on November 4, 2015

Posted by SkyeTeam | November 4, 2015Weekly Roundup #4Welcome to the Cultivate@Work Weekly Roundup. Each week we scour the Internet for stories and ideas of how people cultivate winning relationships at work and share them in this blog. It’s perfect for anyone interested in applying the ideas and techniques from Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships by SkyeTeam CEO Morag Barrett.In this week’s roundup we share how to improve your leadership skills through comedy, inspire others with a simple change, start a daily practice to manage your stress. We also share research about dark triad personality traits and advice on how to deal with that difficult coworker.How Improv Comedy Creates LeadersFind out how a comedy improv class helped this writer develop self-confidence, collaboration and adaptability and apply those skills at work as a leader.READ MORE >You Don’t Need Charisma to Be an Inspiring LeaderInspiring creative change in your coworkers may be as simple as sharing a recent improvement in your work.READ MORE >One Research-Backed Way to Manage Your Busy ScheduleThink about the “Why”. Writing about your personal values everyday may help you better manage your stress levels.READ MORE >Why Bad Guys Win at WorkBut beware of the dark side. While there are some benefits from being a little self-promoting at work, research shows that these unchecked selfish behaviors ultimately lead to poor job performance.READ MORE >The Best Way to Get Along with Difficult CoworkersLearn how to better respond to an emotional hijacking in person and in email.READ MORE >Thanks for reading! If you liked this article, join the Cultivate LinkedIn Group to get more articles, share your ideas, opinions and questions on how to apply Cultivate to your life. We’re changing how work gets done, one conversation at a time.Filipina Pate is a recovering startup founder, entrepreneur and writer with more than fifteen years of experience in creating, designing and marketing web-based products and services. She is known for her creative ideas and vision, the technical expertise to turn ideas into reality, and a belief in the power of technology to bring people together.Related Articles Share1
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