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8 Excuses You Use To Avoid Tidying Your Desk Which May End Up Damaging Your Productivity

8 Excuses You Use To Avoid Tidying Your Desk Which May End Up Damaging Your Productivity

Papers, some pens, post-it notes, your coffee mug, the calculator, the cell phone, a lot of pencils you don’t even use… are you one of those people who accumulate countless things on their desks? Be careful! That habit may be…

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10 Unforgivable Leadership Mistakes You Probably Make

10 Unforgivable Leadership Mistakes You Probably Make

“Nobody is perfect”, said Billy Wilder, quoting Joe E. Brown in the legendary film “Some like it hot”. Leaders are not perfect either, but it is in your hands to avoid these 10 leadership mistakes which you probably make without…

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The Serious Game on Customer Service Skills: This Is How ‘2100’ Works

The Serious Game on Customer Service Skills: This Is How ‘2100’ Works

‘2100’ is already here. We have not traveled in time. We are talking about the first simulator in the market to train and develop customer service skills. In the last weeks we have been dedicated to presenting it at international…

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7 Common Mistakes You Must Avoid to Increase Your Personal Productivity

7 Common Mistakes You Must Avoid to Increase Your Personal Productivity

Increasing your personal productivity is easy when you know how. To get off on the right foot, take note of these 7 common mistakes you must avoid: 1. Thinking you will remember everything If you are someone who trusts their…

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6 Key Questions You Must Ask In Order To Build Team Leadership

6 Key Questions You Must Ask In Order To Build Team Leadership

If you aspire to exercise team leadership, asking questions to members of your organization is key for communication to flow and for you to become a successful manager. These are the six key questions you must ask your team: 1….

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The Secret of Task Force Management in 5 Steps

The Secret of Task Force Management in 5 Steps

Task force management is an essential function among those of a leader. These are the 5 steps you must take in order to develop your business and strengthen your leadership: 1. Highlight the importance of your team As a team…

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Business Negotiation: How To Increase Your Influence And Persuasion In 7 Steps By Taking Notes

Business Negotiation: How To Increase Your Influence And Persuasion In 7 Steps By Taking Notes

01/09/2016
Gamelearn

In an effective business negotiation, it is essential to take notes in order to have control of the process and keep track of the most important data. Notes will help us improve our influence and persuasion towards the other party….

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10 Reasons To Develop Your Leadership Skills By Doing Exercise

10 Reasons To Develop Your Leadership Skills By Doing Exercise

Exercise can be your greatest ally when developing and maximizing your leadership skills. Being fit makes you a better leader. We tell you why: 1. It is a source of energy Doing exercise makes us better leaders because it allows…

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The 10 Commandments of Effective Leadership Skills

The 10 Commandments of Effective Leadership Skills

In order to lead effectively in your company, you will have to achieve a certain balance and work on key skills to grow as a leader. These are the top 10 skills you need to consider: 1. Adaptation to change…

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Performance Management: How To Prevent Your Employees From Getting Frustrated

Performance Management: How To Prevent Your Employees From Getting Frustrated

Performance management is key to the success and the future of your business. Helping your employees to control their frustration and therefore improve their performance is one of your responsibilities as a leader. Do you want to know how to…

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Serious Games: Using Games To Learn And Improve Our Health

Serious Games: Using Games To Learn And Improve Our Health

The use of games to learn, with the so-called serious games, has experienced a significant growth in many sectors. For example, video games are more effective than elearning in corporate training. Recently, their application in the area of health has…

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Team Management: 13 Ways of Gaining Credibility as A Leader

Team Management: 13 Ways of Gaining Credibility as A Leader

In team management, and generally throughout our lives, we learn gradually the importance of gaining credibility. If we treat others well, it will be easier to get the respect we want. Take note of these 13 tips: 1. Show humility…

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Ibrahim Jabary, CEO of Gamelearn, receives the Learning! Champion award for ‘Innovator of the Year’

Ibrahim Jabary, CEO of Gamelearn, receives the Learning! Champion award for ‘Innovator of the Year’

Ibrahim Jabary, CEO of Gamelearn, leading company in corporate training through video games, has been awarded the 2016 Learning! Champion as ‘Innovator of the Year’ for his contribution to the training industry. This recognition, awarded by the prestigious organization Elearning…

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Business Leadership: 5 Tips From Great CEOs That Will Help You Develop As a Leader

Business Leadership: 5 Tips From Great CEOs That Will Help You Develop As a Leader

A successful business leadership needs an innovative way of working which will help us lead our organization and take it to the top. We have borrowed some tips from internationally recognized leaders who have made a difference in their teams….

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Effective Communication: Why The Phone Is Not A Proper Means Of Negotiating

Effective Communication: Why The Phone Is Not A Proper Means Of Negotiating

Effective communication is key to any successful negotiation. For your messages to be understood and, in turn, for you to be able to correctly understand your interlocutor, it is essential that the interaction be as transparent and direct as possible….

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The Great Leadership Challenge: 9 Ideas To Inspire Your Employees

The Great Leadership Challenge: 9 Ideas To Inspire Your Employees

Leadership today is about offering an answer to the great challenge of inspiring the employee. Mahatma Gandhi said: “I suppose leadership at one time meant muscles; but today it means getting along with people”. As a leader, you must know how…

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The Art of Negotiating with “The Reagan Method”

The Art of Negotiating with “The Reagan Method”

30/03/2016
Gamelearn

Ronald Reagan was the 40th president of the United States… and also a persuasive negotiator. Read on to learn the art of negotiating with his method, the Reagan Method: Enumerate agreements and concessions When Ronald Reagan had to deal with a…

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Work Motivation: 7 Steps To Make Your Team Assume Responsibilities

Work Motivation: 7 Steps To Make Your Team Assume Responsibilities

Getting our team to assume responsibilities is the secret to work motivation and a solid foundation for effective team and people management. These are the steps to achieving that and implementing it in your organization: 1. Start with yourself If we want…

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How to Build Charismatic Leadership

How to Build Charismatic Leadership

Being a charismatic leader will turn you into something nearly indistinguishable from a superhero. If we learn to develop skills to strengthen our interpersonal relationships, we will offer an image of security that will open doors when we negotiate, when…

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Communication and Leadership: these are the Leaders of Today… and Tomorrow

Communication and Leadership: these are the Leaders of Today… and Tomorrow

Communication and Leadership go hand in hand. That is why a leader needs to know how to convey the most important ideas. This is how the leader of today and tomorrow communicates: Count on people People are the cornerstone of…

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