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The Walking Dead

Office of The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead has snatched the country’s attention. While there are many wonderful things to be said about it, it might be alarming to compare anything about it to an office. However, when creativity is down, leadership is losing touch and energy has plummeted, the emotions in an office might be similar to a scene right out this hit zombie show.

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drive reduction theory

Drive Reduction Therapy

In this article, we will discuss the drive-reduction theory and motivation. Our goal is to evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of how drive-reduction theory explains motivation.

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The Ocean's Riddle

Amazon Best-Seller Announcement: The Ocean’s Riddle

The Ocean’s Riddle is a story that embodies some of Center for Work Life’s primary values. The book offers a great example of work life balance which can be seen in the mother’s time spent with her child. Beyond work life balance, the concept of emotional intelligence is important to the characters as they interact and grow to understand each other better.

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The Persuasion Tools Model

Emotional Intelligence & Conflict Resolution

Statistics speak to the need for improved Emotional Intelligence in the workforce. The typical manager spends 25-40% of his or her time dealing with workplace conflicts. That’s one to two days of every work week (Washington Business Journal, May 2005).

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