Empowered people feel good about themselves. They enjoy high self-respect and self-confidence, as well as a strong sense of autonomy. When you help empower others to become better, stronger and more confident individuals, your own self-esteem will be enhanced. Here are ten ways to empower colleagues, friends and family.
Self-empowerment is about taking control of our lives. It enables us to feel confident, about both ourselves and our work. As a result, we’re better able to overcome doubts, maintain a clear-eyed outlook and achieve more than we thought we were capable of. Learn how self-empowerment can lead to success!
You may feel that you should have more influence at work than you do...or that your ability and contributions aren't recognized. Here's the thing: your greatest obstacle to greater success may be yourself! Here's how to tell whether you are self-sabotaging and giving away your power at work.
Adrienne Farr, Executive Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief at Reader’s Digest shares her tips to be an empowering presence at your company! Whether it be a simple idea for cost savings, or looking at a larger aspect of your company and taking on an unsolved project! You can do it!
Establishing rapport is much easier with those who are like us. But we work with all kinds of people—and, it’s a good thing we do! Diversity in the workplace raises performance, productivity, and innovation. Here’s what you can do to build rapport with anyone.
Have you ever avoided a boss, a co-worker or a subordinate because of an argument, a series of miscommunications or even general, mutual dislike? Have you ever believed someone at work was out to get you? Sadly, these types of feelings are all too common. However, there are ways to restore peace, equilibrium and productivity when a workplace relationship goes south.
What’s going to make your workday easier, faster, more satisfying –and—improve performance? Better relationships! A sense of connection, good communication and fruitful collaboration entwine to make powerful working relationships. Here’s where to start; it’s a “how to” guide to pulling it off.
Big projects require big thinking. In her career, Kathleen has worked on three major projects: the London 2012 Olympic Games electrical infrastructure, the London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony, and Crossrail, a new railway for London. She’s come to realize that although they can seem very different, successful projects share characteristics that you can adapt and use!