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Six steps to building good work relationships

Having good work relationships with your colleagues can make your job more enjoyable and help you to be more productive. Building rapport and connecting with colleagues is an essential part of working in a team. It’s also a great way to meet new friends and widen your social circle. But it’s not always easy –…

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Four day work week – 5 key benefits to consider

In May this year, around 100 New Zealand businesses signed up to join a global initiative designed to trial and implement a four day work week. Through tracking and measuring, the initiative aims to highlight key benefits and provide insights for other companies looking to make the transition. For the first time ever, we’ll be…

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QuarterlyFIT July 2022

Developing a cohesive team and retaining team members is paramount in the current market. This includes understanding multi-generations and how to adapt your management style for each, which will ensure a harmonious and positive work environment.

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Creating harmony in a multi-generational work place

From boomers to zoomers a multi-generational work place is common. Each generation brings their own set of preferences, qualities, viewpoints, and experiences. Even though managing different generational perspectives can be challenging there are major benefits to having an age diverse workplace. Common Ground While each generation has their own set of characteristics, they also have…

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Six tips on how to survive a job rejection

Job rejection – we’ve all been there. Whether it’s being turned down for your dream job or not getting an interview, it can feel pretty rotten. Though rejection is a normal part of job hunting, it can feed our fears, anxiety, and self-doubt. So how do you deal with it in a way that enables…

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Five ways to take control of your time management

There’s not enough time in the day. My to do list just keeps growing. I’ll never get on top of things. If this sounds familiar, you’re not alone. Every day we struggle with time management, as our to do list grows and stress levels climb. But what’s the real problem? Is it lack time or…

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QuarterlyFIT May 2022

How do you manage staff shortages in an environment where employment rates are high, immigration has stalled, wages are climbing and there is uncertainty in the market. Combined, this has created a perfect storm for many in business – especially for those of you with positions to fill.

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What are the procrastinator behaviours in your team?

There is no denying that we are all procrastinators in one way or another. In fact, there are six types of procrastinator behaviours. For the manager trying to supervise procrastinators it can be very frustrating. If an employee isn’t doing what is asked or expected, or isn’t meeting deadlines, it impacts not only the business…

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Six tips to overcome imposter syndrome

Have you ever worked hard for something only to feel like a fraud when you achieve it? Maybe you have put a lot of effort in to gain a promotion and now you’re second guessing yourself? Or you have realised your biggest career ambition only to question whether you’re worthy? If any of these scenarios…

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5 ways to challenge your beliefs in the workplace

From the day we’re born, we’re unconsciously absorbing what is around us. Whether it’s through the voices of our parents, at school or online, we’re forming internal opinions and dialogue about people, places, and things. These learnings mean that we’re all carrying some form of unconscious bias and a specific set of value judgements. As…

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Workplace culture