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Staying Motivated When You Want to Quit Your Startup

Founding a successful startup is not a sprint, it is absolutely a marathon. You have the great ideas, the passion required to start a new venture, and the courage to move forward, even when it gets tough. But to cross the finish line, you have to embody three characteristics marathon runners practice every day: patience, endurance, and consistency. Learn how to better manage others or explore your own strengths and abilities with Trinity Training and Development.
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Why In-Person Meetings Matter

While working remotely and meeting via Zoom will not go away, leaders must continue fighting to establish in-person relationships with their employees. Today, Trinity Training and Development will outline three reasons why organizations need to continue meeting in-person.
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How to Use Your Influence to Positively Impact Your Team

As a leader, your role is more than just providing direction and accountability. You are not simply managing projects and processes, running meetings, and overseeing your team’s progress. You impact the growth of your team, propelling them further through your influence. Trinity Training and Development can help you push your team to be forward thinkers, problem solvers, and self-motivators.
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10 Steps to Land Your Dream Job

The buzzing on your bedside table startles you from your dreams. Without opening your eyes, you fumble for your phone, turning off your alarm. “How is it Monday already?” you wonder. You force yourself to get out of bed, and you shuffle from your closet to the coffee pot. You can’t remember the last time you were excited to get to work. You always thought you would end up doing something you enjoyed, but now you feel uninspired in your job, stuck in a rut, and dreaming of something more fulfi...
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Transform Your Culture in 3 Steps

When it comes to engaging your employees in a discussion about the workplace, it’s natural to take a problem-solving approach. However, this often highlights the problems and leaves employees feeling discouraged. Instead, frame the discussion in a positive light. Ask your employees to describe a future that is positive and productive. In what environment can they picture themselves performing at their best?
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The Importance of Emotional Intelligence While Recruiting

When there’s a vacant position in your company, you may feel pressure to fill it. Having a fully functioning team sounds important on paper but filling the position with the wrong person can lead to a disaster. As you filter through resumes, conduct countless interviews, and search for the right person for the job, you’ll find that EI (emotional intelligence) is more beneficial than IQ. Recruiting requires a strong understanding of emotions–both in yourself and job candidates. As well as empa...
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How to Manage Stress in the Workplace

Feeling overwhelmed and overscheduled is just a part of life, right? But accepting stress as a natural part of life negatively impacts our effectiveness at work, at home, and threatens our mental health. So, rather than trudging through your life feeling stressed out and dealing with its effects as they come, take some ownership in managing your stress. By implementing the following 5 tips for managing stress, you can protect yourself from various health issues and burnout in the workplace.
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How to Increase Employee Performance with Feedback

Your employees must desire to improve and be dedicated to hard work if they want to improve. But you have a critical role as a manager when it comes to enhancing employee performance: by stepping in as a coach and offering feedback on a regular basis.
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How to Promote Work-Life Balance

Whether you are commuting to the office or working from home, establishing clear boundaries between home life and work life is key. Here are seven ways you can maintain a healthy work-life balance and increase your capacity to be productive and present in all areas of your life.
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Fight Burnout by Encouraging Breaks

There’s an episode of the TV show Friends where Phoebe helps Joey make a decision by playing a word association game. She asks Joey a series of simple “would you rather questions” and tells him to answer as quickly as possible. Without time to think, he can express his true feelings and easily make a decision. She starts by asking random things like, “Would you rather eat egg whites or peanut butter?” before asking him the question he’s really trying to answer. As always, it’s comical, bu...
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