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6 Ways to Lose Your Employees’ Respect

6 Ways to Lose Your Employees’ Respect

Gaining employees’ trust and respect is a challenge that every manager and supervisor have to take. Respect is not something to be imposed, it has to be gained. While there are ways to earn your employees respect, there are also ways that you are losing it. Here are some behaviors that you should be aware of: SHOUTING AND HUMILIATING If you think fear can get all the things done, you’re ...

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Leadership Branding – Authentic Branding is more than Self-Promotion

Leadership Branding – Authentic Branding is more than Self-Promotion

Leaders would always dream to be successful, be whatever field they are in. They want to create a long-lasting, high performing team, organization, or community. But whenever we repress a leader’s identity by our own perception of success, we limit their potential for growth. A leader’s true worth can be seen on how he live out the values he deeply hold. When we continue to guide them through their transformation, ...

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Authentic Leadership Brand: Deliver Your Promise to Your Stakeholders

Authentic Leadership Brand: Deliver Your Promise to Your Stakeholders

The fast-changing business landscape in the technological age have made it difficult to create a strong yet clear personal brand for leaders that stir up confidence among the people they serve. Sometimes, we even repress their identities that we limit their potential for advancement and their capacities to make organizations more purposeful. Leadership brand is what sets your company apart from the competition. It is built upon your core principles, purpose, and most ...

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16th Achievers & Leaders Summit: Find and Develop Your Own Leadership Brand

16th Achievers & Leaders Summit: Find and Develop Your Own Leadership Brand

For the necessity of the business’ success, most leaders were driven to set aside their individuality. The difficulty of going through such lengths will eventually take its toll on their personal identities, most importantly for leaders. Whenever we repress a leader’s identity, we limit their potential for growth and their capacity to propel organizations, businesses and communities to new heights and be more purposeful.  This year, we will go back to finding ...

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The Brighter Side of Having a Bad Boss

The Brighter Side of Having a Bad Boss

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com We all had or still have “bad bosses.” We know the struggle. However, it wouldn’t hurt to realize the brighter side of having a bad boss, right? Here are the simple reasons why. 1. Excellent Documentation There would be problems at work wherein everyone is involved, even your boss; but sometimes, even if the boss is involved and may be responsible for the mishap, he ...

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How Teamwork Really Works

How Teamwork Really Works

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com What comes into your mind when you hear the word “teamwork”? Do you only see yourself as the “team” or do you look at your coworkers and slowly shake your head? Possibly, your company still lacks coordination. In this article, you can get a few points to remember how teamwork really works. In the Philippine setting, traditionally, “teamwork” is often described as bayanihan, picturing men ...

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How to Keep your Cool

How to Keep your Cool

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Getting in the verge of anger? Find ways to keep calm and save yourself from getting fired with these simple ways to cool down. 1. Walk away When you know you’re about to explode or meaning, retorting back to the one you hate angrily, take a pause, put your foot one step backward, literally. This gesture shows that you are letting your guard down. You ...

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Subtle Ways to Turn Down Invites

Subtle Ways to Turn Down Invites

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Meetings, parties, events, proposals. These are a few invites that you will receive whether it is work or personal-related. However, how do you decline these invitations in a democratic and non-rude way? There a few easy steps, it’s not rocket science, all you need is the courage to say “no”. Liane Davey, the author of You First: Inspire Your Team to Grow Up, Get Along, and ...

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How to Please the Millennial Market

How to Please the Millennial Market

Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Millennials can be make or break your brand, many consumers and marketers believe in the influence of the youth or rather, the millennials. How do we get into their hype of being one? Do we all have to think and act like them?-maybe not, marketers just have to create content for them and by them. From Millennial Minute by content specialist Leah Swartz added that ...

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Equipping Young Bloods for Tomorrow

Equipping Young Bloods for Tomorrow

By Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com It’s this season again when the millennials and Generation Z finishes college to enter the world of professionalism and apply what they have learned from school. This is where their independence will take them – soft to hard – head-on and will determine if a particular job becomes a tool that will eventually become their bread and butter in the future. Employers on the ...

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Pinoy Brand of the day: Enhance Cosmetics

Pinoy Brand of the day: Enhance Cosmetics

By Mary Rae Floresca |Negosentro.com The locally-owned Filipino brand was started by make-up enthusiasts, Antonette Stephanie Yu and Sharlene Go. Established since 2013, Enhance is now becoming a recognized brand in the Philippines. With its 14,000 Followers on Instagram and 8,000 Followers on Facebook, this make-up line truly creates a name in beauty industry.   The owners came up with the name, Enhance because they believe that cosmetics is to ...

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Establishing Leadership in the Workplace

Establishing Leadership in the Workplace

By Mary Rae Floresca | Negosentro.com Leadership is not innate, it takes time to learn how to be a leader. Often, this is defined with the person’s designation or title, but this is more than just the position. There are certain steps for leadership to master, it won’t be easy at first but in time, your subordinates will look up to you. 1. Positive Outlook Did you ever feel drained ...

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