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High price of negativity
There is a high price to pay for negativity. High turnover, low productivity, wasted time and resources.
Negativity can be a habit, and like many habits we may not even realize we are engaging in negative behavior. Learn to spot and fix negative habits.
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How to deal with negativity and stop gossip. Get practical tools to stay productive & positive while working to create a positive workplace.
About April Callis Birchmeier
Organizational Change Management and Positive Workplace expert.
Popular speaker and workshop leader helping people and organizations create a productive positive workplace. Featured in Time Magazine, The New York Times and Yahoo Hot Jobs! Author of "Springboard to Success: Strategies to Keep Business Casual from Making Business...Casual." April uses Agile change management to help organizations and individuals prepare for and thrive through change.
$13 billion a year
Amount that could be saved in productivity with increased positivity annually, according to The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
A positive workplace means cost savings, reduced stress, and lower health care costs
The latest in companies showed an 8% increase in productivity
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April Callis Birchmeier, CCMP, PMP
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Of course, we cannot invite everyone to every meeting. To do so would defeat the purpose of most meetings – to come to a decision or to create a plan of action. When everyone is responsible for everything, no one is accountable for anything. That is why we must limit meetings to the stakeholders or[…]
Meeting clients’ requirements sometimes feels like reaching for the moon. As much as you try, it can sometimes feel like what you are doing is just not good enough. Alex Davda writes for The National, “It is even trickier when the client has unusually high standards and you are aware of the practicality of working[…]
The Yorkshire Evening Post writes, “Employees with a negative attitude, bad manners and an addiction to social media are most likely to land in trouble with the boss, a study has revealed. Gossips, poor grammar and spelling and constantly asking for help are also likely to put you in management’s bad books. Other sure-fire ways[…]
After a couple of days away from your responsibilities, Monday can come crashing in like a wrecking ball. Karen Hertzberg writes for Grammarly, “When negativity threatens to wreck your Monday and make you less productive, you can try a few subtle things to help you make a major change in your attitude.” 3 Quick Ways[…]
New research has shown that employees operate and perform more effectively in a healthy working environment. Gareth McKeown writes for the Irish News, “The report, compiled by commercial property and real estate services adviser CBRE and a research team at the University of Twente in the Netherlands found that just minor changes to the office[…]
Do you really love your job? Are you truly engaged in your work? If you are able to answer “yes” to both questions, you’re in the minority. In an article for Mic, Christy Rakoczy writes, “Less than 30% of millennials responding to a 2016 Gallup survey indicated they felt engaged at work and 16% even[…]
The key to leading people in the workplace is knowing how to lead individuals and teams through dynamic situations without feeling overwhelmed and under-prepared. Pressreleaserocket.net shares that T. Scott Graham, Ph.D. is sharing helpful tips and knowledge with readers in his new book. ““Leadership Boosters: How to Make an Immediate Positive Impact on Those You[…]
The modern workplace is a constantly evolving space, and it’s one of the most important factors in the success of a business. Holly Emma writes for Business Zone, “The understanding of what design elements create a more productive and positive workplace is always developing, and in turn, influences the ways companies design their offices and[…]
Studies have proven that as much as 93% of communication may be nonverbal. Tim Brugger writes for the Motley Fool, “For one example of that, take a quick stroll through a workplace, be it an office or factory. Though we can’t always put a finger on it, there’s an almost instant sense of whether employees[…]
Microsoft has long held that the Microsoft Graph — the data it collects as a byproduct of people simply using their online tools — provides a wealth of information that companies can use to understand their workers better. In an article for TC, Ron Miller writes, “Today, the company announced general availability of Workplace Analytics,[…]