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Groupthink: Progress Inhibitor

Groupthink is a phenomenon within groups that suppresses individual creativity and instead develops a kind of homogenous and highly cohesive group that does not make the most logical decisions. This phenomenon occurs more regularly than you might anticipate. Groupthink happens … Continue reading

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Improving Your “Positivitude”

Positivitude is a catchy term for positive attitude. At the heart of positivitude and optimism are the beliefs that problems are temporary, and that outright self-blame is wholly unproductive. Our initial reactions to negative situations are often irrational and unrealistic, … Continue reading

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Change Part Two: Initiating Positive Change

In last week’s post, we identified ways to deal with unwanted changes, and this week we’ll consider how to make desired change happen. There are many reasons for wanting to make a change, but generally we act on these needs … Continue reading

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Getting Creative!

Creativity is consistently rated as a top characteristic that employers desire their employees to possess. Having good ideas and coming up with newer, more effective strategies is an indispensible asset to any successful organization, especially given the competitive nature that … Continue reading

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