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How to create, build and inspire a high performance team!  by Achievers Group (Australia) via slideshare

How to create, build and inspire a high performance team! by Achievers Group (Australia) via slideshare

5 Tips For Better Typography In Your Slides by Damon Nofar via slideshare

Case Studies include the evolution of a brand or a campaign or what went into making a brand a household name. Here people share brand product for brand marketing.

How Mobile Killed the Desktop: 33 Stats that Tell a Story

It's no secret: mobile Internet traffic is growing, the number of folks who own mobile devices is growing, and more and more online consumers are seeking out m…

Final report ppt by Bernadine Matulin via slideshare

Final report ppt by Bernadine Matulin via slideshare

Creating effective teams ppt by Sumit Malhotra via slideshare

Creating effective teams ppt by Sumit Malhotra via slideshare

How to Facilitate Group or Team Decision-Making Using a “Pros and Cons” Tool

How to Facilitate Decision-Making Using Pros and Cons

The modern Pros and Cons tool is better suited for a group of people, especially with controversial issues, because it helps consider multiple view points.

Great infographic on the importance of humor at work. "Humor helps connect people by building trust, reducing status differentials, diffusing conflict, and creating positive shared experiences that bring us closer together... Humor can increase happiness by up to 42%... When challenged with a  problem, people who watched a comedy video beforehand were 3.75 times more likely to solve the problem!"

THIS is what's wrong with the American workplace: lack of humor. People need to learn to crack a smile and stop begrudging their employees a few laughs. Nobody appreciates a happiness-monger and happiness-monging does NOT help productivity. End rant.

Employee Culture, High Retention

Marcus Lemonis: 1 Type of Job Candidate You Should Definitely Avoid (No Matter What)

Changing the corporate culture can be a challenge. But Paul Spiegelman breaks down the 8 C's of building a great company culture.

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