Let’s be honest.
Women just can’t seem to stop overusing the word sorry. Whether it’s while hanging out with your friends or at work. Off course being able to genuinely apologizing when you made an honest mistake is a beautiful character trade. But overusing the word can make you seem insincere and an indecisive doormat at the workplace. So here are five situations where you definitely should not say you’re sorry.
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Let’s be honest.
Without speaking, you send signals to others within every conversation. We bet you’re not even paying attention to them. You do it in the way you flick your hair, the way you move your eyes, and the way you shake a hand. Body Language is a powerful tool. And you can make it work for you at the office. So here are four situations and how you (let your body) act upon it.
Let’s not fool ourselves… Nine out of ten meetings seem useless.
Every single time “ that colleague” is trying to prove his /or her point about something that wasn’t even on the agenda. And half ways through you’re distracted by a song that got stuck in your head. We get it that you feel like you probably would have gotten more things done if you stayed at your desk. But before you decide to give up on meetings completely, there are ways to turn things around. Because you actually can build on your own career while attending a useless meeting. Here’s how:
Time to get business savy!
With this Masterclass on Entrepreneurship by Connecting Works. With speakers such as Marion Freijsen, Roeland Reinders and Adrie Reinders it seems like a must go to if you’re planning on taking your business to the next level. Combined they have over 60 years worth of experience in building companies and raising funds (more then 100 million. They have acquired tens of companies and sold five and lastly, they took a company public in the US. At this Masterclass they will provide you with real practical knowledge (rather then academic info) ,share their experience with you, and answer all the questions you may have during this unique event.
When the body is at the office but the mind is still sipping a cocktail on the beach it's quite a challenge to get (and stay) motivated at work. So we would like to invite you to the Squaah Academy Back to Business Edition. At our Back to Business Edition Doctor Dennis will give us pointers and a step by step guide on how to get focussed in reaching those goals. #yeah
It’s always tough to hand someone negative feedback. The disappointment on their faces, the wondering if they will think of you as the office witch. Oh the horror….. Because of the above lot of us are guilty of what I like to call sugar coating. It’s when criticism immediately gets a topping of overly positive feedback. Sounds like a great strategy, right? Well it’s not. Let me explain to you why and how to handle it instead.