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This week’s peacebuilding tip is about how to practice inclusivity in the workplace. It is important to be inclusive when creating and maintaining peace. Inclusivity is purely making sure everybody feels that they have input in the decision-making of the company, especially the decisions that will affect them. You can be inclusive in many different...

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This week’s peacebuilding tip is about how to recognize and appreciate the people around you regularly.   The best place to begin building trust with someone is by recognizing them and appreciating their impact on our lives. This makes people feel valued which is super important. It can be as simple as saying “Hey, I...

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This week’s peacebuilding tip is about how to give regular feedback. Whether it is at home or at work, it is important to give regular feedback to others. If somebody is not living up to your expectations, it is important to give constructive and positive feedback. I recommend giving about 5 times as much positive...

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Getting caught up in a workplace dispute is no one’s idea of a good time. Employees working in stressful industries or during stressful times can experience an increase in vulnerabilities that lead to conflict, making it easy to strike. When tensions is high, the human capacity to respond effectively tends to get lower. With that...

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Summary of: Mirivel, J. C. (2019). Communication behaviors that make a difference on well-being and happiness. In Velazquez, J .A. M. & Pulido, C. M. (Eds.), The routledge handbook of positive communication (Ch. 6). New York. Taylor & Francis. Background & Theory The author of this article evaluates real-life experiences to answer questions surrounding positive...

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Summary of: Canady, V., “MHA survey addresses psychological needs of the workforce” (2020). Mental Health Weekly, Volume 30, Issue 5. 4-5. Background & Theory: Past surveys by Mental Health America (MHA) have been helpful in revealing that a company culture that is safe and includes open communication is correlated to employee motivation, confidence, and pride....

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Everyone, at one time or another, has faced some kind of conflict while on the job. Whether it’s with management, customers, vendors, or your colleagues, working in stressful conditions with different personalities chasing different agendas is all the tinder the fire usually needs. Confronting conflict in the workplace can be challenging because professional responsibilities and...

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Summary of: Fida, M., Khan, M., and Safdar A., “Job satisfaction in banks: Significance of emotional intelligence and workplace environment” (2019). Scholars Bulletin. 504-512. Background & Theory: Emotional intelligence is characterized by one’s ability to perceive, express, and regulate emotional responses in oneself as well as in others. When combined with a workplace environment, the...

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