5 Ways to Control Your Anger (Mental Health Guru)

Anger is a normal and healthy emotion, but expressing it in a constructive way can be a challenge for some people.

I encourage you to look at this short video presentation on the subject of controlling your anger.

 

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How To Build Great Work Teams: Which qualities and characteristics lead to high performing teams?

Today, the majority of the work that we do is in teams. Good teams can be amazing, both in terms of what they can accomplish and the positive experience of working with the best people who share your goals and values. Bad work teams can be a source of stress and pain, and can easily self-destruct and fail to get anything done.

How can we ensure that we build good teams, with capable, qualified workers, who are rewarding to work with?

1. Selection.
2. Training and Development.
3. Management of Teams.

 

Click here to read the entire article: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/cutting-edge-leadership/201506/how-build-great-work-teams

Reflective Fridays

Hi Friends,

It’s Reflective Fridays (presented are: motivational/ inspirational pieces and you can look for these on my facebook page).

All the best!

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ADHD

Hi Friends,

Today for Disorder Thursday on my facebook page, we will be discussing ADHD.  Please have a look at the short video by Dr Russell Barkley on the subject.

All the best!

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What to Do About Your Teenager’s “Eye-roll”: Teenagers are geniuses at doing things they know will irritate you.

If you are or have been the parent of a teenager, or have ever spent more than a few hours with a teenager, especially when they are around their friends or parents, you are unfortunately familiar with the disdainful eye-roll. It is often associated with a dramatic sigh or utterances of perturbation.

Click here for the rest of the article: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/radical-teaching/201305/what-do-about-your-teenager-s-eye-roll

Freeday Tuesdays

http://www.amazon.com/Success-Secrets-Revealed-Developing-productivity-ebook/dp/B00YFZOHDC/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1436209428&sr=1-1&keywords=allick+delancy

 

Delancy, A. (2015). Success Secrets Revealed: Quickly Planning Your Dreams And Living A Happier Life.

 

As you examine yourself, your thinking and what you have achieved thus far, and what you wanted to do or completed in your life, look at your mental processing, think of your cognition. Think about how you have been organizing your life, based on your perception of that which comes your way. Think about how you perceive your current job, workmates and boss, educational and training needs. Is your place of employment a joy to work in, a place to explore your creative ideas, or is this a toxic environment, somewhere you are just tolerating to get a cheque at the end of the month? What about your educational pursuits, have you gain sufficient understanding on how to care for your present responsibilities in your job, career path, in your business, to take it to another level? Or are you in need of further training? In your family life and other relationships formed, how do you perceive your contributions to such, are you satisfied?

Management Mondays.

How to Manage Conflict at Work: To succeed as a manager, you can’t be a conflict-avoider.

 

 

1. Accept the inevitability of conflict in management.
2. Don’t be a conflict-avoider.
3. Stay calm.
4. Maintain the moral high ground.
5. Partner with HR.
6. Document meticulously.
7. Don’t’ think in terms of “winning,” so much as constructively resolving.

 

For more information please click on the link for the full article: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/mind-the-manager/201304/how-manage-conflict-work