3 Reasons Motivation Does Not Work

Motivation is something you have been told is the key to success and the way you get stuff done. The truth is motivation can help, but if you depend on it to deliver your success you are setting yourself up to fail.

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3 Reasons Motivation Does Not Work

Life keeps happening

It doesn’t matter how much you try to motivate yourself life keeps happening.  Life does not always support motivation. When things get tough we often tend to behave the way we have always behaved, rather than to stay focused and motivated.

Sometimes you just have to get out of bed and put both feet on the ground and then take put one foot after the other to get things done.

Habits are hard to break

A psychology study was conducted and published in the European Journal of Social Psychology.  

This study concluded that it can take up to 66 days or more to establish a new habit.  When establishing a new habit you are inevitably replacing an old habit. The timeline to achieve this is a dual dynamic that runs on a parallel timeline.

Expecting yourself to stay motivated while breaking an old habit and forming a replacement habit will take an extraordinary effort and will test your fortitude.

Mindset matters more

How you choose to think will either expand or contract your visibility and ability to reach your potential.

Motivation reflects the way you ‘feel’ … Mindset reflects the way you ‘think’

Both impact the way you act, however, your ‘thinking’ has more impetus and momentum than the way you ‘feel’ in the moment.  This directly affects the viability and sustainability of your initiatives, wherever you seek to change or want to achieve.

There is no doubt that motivation can empower you to achieve success.

Motivation can be a powerful accelerant for enthusiasm and commitment.

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The question you need to ask yourself is…

When the ‘motivation’ light that shone so brightly, in the beginning, begins to dim, will you still have the determination to push through or will you lose focus on what you set out to achieve?

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Are you a social magnet?

To be a social magnet you need to be socially in tune with others. So what does ’emotional intelligence’ look like socially?

Social Magnet

“Empathy is the experience of understanding another person’s condition from their perspective. You place yourself in their shoes and feel what they are feeling.”

Psychology Today

Do you have what it takes to be a social magnet?

Consideration of Feelings

Change the way you speak to people. Be aware of how they are behaving. Identify how they are feeling and frame your conversation to create a safe and friendly social setting where they feel relaxed and open.

Showing Empathy

Recognizing how people are feeling and understand why they are feeling that way and then responding appropriately will create a non-threatening and trust environment.

Engaging

People will be more open with you when you appear to understand them and aren’t dismissive of what they see as important. Put their needs first!

Listening and learning

Discover what people perceive and what they see as real and how that impacts their behaviour and performance. This is helpful to learn how to support and work with that person to empower them to reach their potential.

Sharing

Respect is earnt by sharing ‘your’ experiences: both failures and successes. This shows you are human and you understand where the other person is coming from, what they need to do to grow and overcome the barriers that are holding them back

Take this FREE EQ test to help you discover more about emotional intelligence. This test is not an accurate scoring of you emotional intelligence but a tool to use as part of your journey of self-development.

To evolve as a person you need to constantly work on improving your emotional intelligence.  The benefits are far reaching.  Your life will be enriched both personally and professionally. The investment in yourself is one that will continue to pay dividends.

Good luck and remember a strength only becomes and stays a strength if you work on it.

Originally posted 2016-01-08 13:11:31.

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Stand out and learn how to lead from the front!

To stand out from the crowd as a leader is not difficult if you understand how to develop your emotional intelligence.  Your IQ alone is not what will make you a superstar. High emotional intelligence as well as embracing your authenticity will set you apart from other leaders.

“Emotional aptitude is a “meta-ability”, determining how well we can use whatever other skills we have , including raw intellect .”

Daniel Goleman, Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than

What makes you stand out from the crowd

Leaders who stand out from the crowd:

• are approachable and are open at all times to input, ideas and suggestions.
• leave their ego at the front door and lead by example.
• better understand who they are as leaders and how to work with their team to get results that are both desirable and sustainable.
recognize their own and their team’s strengths and weaknesses and use these to nurture a healthy team environment and develop a resilient company culture.
• have the insight and ability to collaborate, align and manage resourceand deliver outcomes for all stakeholders.

“Empathy is the experience of understanding another person’s condition from their perspective. You place yourself in their shoes and  feel what they are feeling.”

Psychology Today

There are 5 questions you need to ask yourself to improve your Emotional Intelligence to start your journey. This will help you to learn how to develop and nurture your Emotional Intelligence and to recognize and reach your potential.

  • Are you paying attention…to yourself?
  • Do you keep your emotions in check?
  • Are you able to walk in other people’s shoes?
  • Where is your focus: Short term or long term goals?
  • Are you a social magnet?

“A high degree of self regulation is one of the vital parts of EQ.”

says Dr Carolyn MacCann PhD, Psychology lecturer at The Univerity of Sydney.

Take this FREE EQ test to help you discover more about your emotional intelligence. This test is not an accurate scoring of you emotional intelligence but maybe used as a tool to use as part of your journey of self-development.

The growth of your emotional intelligence is an ongoing process and an evolution of you as both a leader and a person.

Originally posted 2016-01-08 12:09:36.

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Become an emotionally intelligent leader in 5 steps

So your IQ doesn’t indicate you are a genius……..don’t worry!  If you are emotionally intelligent that can help make you a superstar!

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It turns out your emotional intelligence is what can really set you apart from your peers. If you want to be successful you have to be prepared to embrace change and how you go about getting there.

“Emotional aptitude is a “meta-ability”, determining how well we can use whatever other skills we have , including raw intellect .”

Daniel Goleman, Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ

The 5 steps to improve your Emotional Intelligence is a starting point. This will help you to learn how to develop and nurture your Emotional Intelligence and to recognize and reach your potential.

1. Are you paying attention…to yourself?

If you are pretending to be someone you are not to be accepted, to fit in, or to get ahead you will always fail. Sometimes it is a challenge to be authentic when you aren’t confident in who you are.
Being self-aware should be a priority. Keeping yourself ‘in the moment’ is always a good grounding exercise. If you choose to be confident, how people see you will also change.

Your ‘me’ checklist:

  • Do you love who you are warts and all?
  • Have you ever been caught out pretending to be someone you are not?
  • Do you consciously communicate honestly and openly at all times?
  • Are you willing to change your default behaviour from what you think others want to see to being your authentic self. (this will take some discipline)
  • Are you able to give yourself a break or does your inner voice challenge you? Always forgive yourself and remember that you are a ‘work in progress’.
    If you answered ‘no’ or even a ‘sometimes’ to any of these checklist points you are not paying enough attention to being the best person you can possibly be.

2. Do you keep your emotions in check?

Letting your emotions play a part in your decision making is dangerous and exhausting.

“A high degree of self regulation is one of the vital parts of EQ.”

says Dr Carolyn MacCann PhD, Psychology lecturer at The Univerity of Sydney.

Managing your emotions will empower you to have better outcomes as you will avoid losing perspective and surrendering to what you can’t control by making impulsive decisions to fix a problem.

You will always face situations you can’t control. What you do have control over is how you respond. A considered response is always a responsible one. How you invest your time and energy is vital to your productivity ….and your sanity.

3. Are you able to walk in other people’s shoes?

One of the most challenging things you need to master is to be able to ‘walk in the other person’s shoes’. Empathy is what makes an ordinary manager an extraordinary leader. Recognizing other people’s moods and emotions though their body language, facial expressions and behaviour gives you an EQ tool kit that will enable you to develop positive and strong relationships both at work and at home.

“Empathy is the experience of understanding another person’s condition from their perspective. You place yourself in their shoes and feel what they are feeling.”

Psychology Today

4. Where is your focus: Short term or long term goals?

An emotionally intelligent leader has the discipline and focus to set and work toward achieving long term goals. Short term goals are usually stepping stones for emotionally intelligent leaders with snack size tasks that rewards themselves and their teams to consistently create a culture that supports a high morale and motivation environment.

Emotionally intelligent leaders are:

• Leaders who are approachable and open at all times to input, ideas and suggestions
• Leaders who leave their ego at the front door and teach others to follow so the same
• Leaders who better understand who they are as leaders and how to work with their team to get results that are both desirable and sustainable
• Leaders who recognize their own and their team’s strengths and weaknesses and use this to nurture a healthy team environment and resilient company culture
• Leaders who have the insight and ability to collaborate, align and manage resources to deliver outcomes for all stakeholders.

5. Are you a social magnet?

To be a social magnet you need to be socially in tune with others. So what does ‘being emotionally intelligent’ look like socially?

Feelings – Change the way you speak to people. Be aware of how they are behaving, identify how they are feeling and frame your conversation to create a safe and friendly social settings where they feel relaxed and open.

Empathy – Recognizing how people are feeling and understanding why they are feeling that way and then responding appropriately will create a non-threatening and trust environment.

Engage – People will be more open with you when you appear to understand them and aren’t dismissive of what they see as important. Put their needs first!

Listen and learn – Discover what people perceive and what they see as real and how that impacts their behaviour and performance. This is helpful to learn how to support and work with that person to empower them to reach their potential.

Share – Respect is earnt by sharing ‘your’ experiences: both failures and successes. This shows you are human and you understand where the other person is coming from, what they need to do to help them grow and overcome the barriers that are holding them back.

Take this FREE EQ test to help you discover more about emotional intelligence. This test is not an accurate scoring of you emotional intelligence but a tool to use as part of your journey of self-development.

Originally posted 2016-01-08 10:35:45.

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5 factor ‘determination’ rating Q & A

To better understand your level of determination you can complete the below 5 factor ‘determination’ rating quiz.  The results will, at the very least, allow you to reflect on where you may be able to improve your focus.

5 factor determination rating

Circle the answer that is the most accurate 

1/ I set achievable goals and reach them.

Always    Most of the time     Sometimes     Rarely       Never 

2/ I like to work with others.

Always    Most of the time     Sometimes     Rarely       Never 

3/ I see opportunity where others see adversity.

Always    Most of the time     Sometimes     Rarely       Never 

4/ I enjoy working hard to achieve what I want

Always    Most of the time     Sometimes     Rarely       Never 

5/ I see failure as a learning process.

Always    Most of the time     Sometimes     Rarely       Never 

Now to  score your determination factor:

  • Always‘: Every time you ‘circled ‘always’ as your answer give yourself 5 points.
  • Most of the Time‘: Every time you ‘circled ‘most of the time’ as your answer give yourself 4 points.
  • Sometimes“: Every time you ‘circled ‘Sometimes’ as your answer give yourself 2 points.
  • Rarely‘: Every time you ‘circled ‘Rarely’ as your answer give yourself 1 point.
  • Every time you ‘circled ‘Rarely’ as your answer you record 0 points.

Add up your scores and see how your ‘determination’ factor scored:

20-25 You have a high determination rating and when you are focused on an outcome you do not waiver.
15-19 You have steely determination however you sometimes lose sight of what it is that you set out to achieve and may have some success, but not the success you envisaged.
10-14 You need to re-evaluate how you think, interpret and act on what you see, hear and feel to identify what are the triggers that distract you from achieving your goals. You still enjoy some wins but know you can achieve more.
0-9 You are easily distracted and lose focus before you reach your end goals. This can frustrate you and the more you are frustrated the more easily you may tend to give up. You need to take a look at why this is happening and what you need to change starting with your mindset to improve your game.

Resources that may be helpful and give more insight into your determination factor: 

Self Motivation Application – (Google Play) Self motivation is the incentive that drives you to act, and leads to success. Self-motivation means self-provocation for action and improvement. How will you motivate yourself? Find tips to help you become self-motivated in this application.

Balanced Application – (itunes) Struggling to make time for all the little things that matter? Try Balanced to stay motivated & focused on what’s really important in life.

Start Where You Are: A Journal for Self-Exploration Journal by Meera Lee Patel

Start Where You Are is an interactive journal designed to help readers nurture their creativity, mindfulness, and self-motivation. It helps readers navigate the confusion and chaos of daily life with a simple reminder.  It is really quite simple. By taking the time to know ourselves and what those dreams are, we can appreciate the world around us and achieve our dreams.

Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck

Carol Dweck explains why it’s not just our abilities and talent that bring us success but whether we approach them with a fixed or growth mindset. She makes clear why praising intelligence and ability doesn’t foster self-esteem and lead to accomplishment. It may actually jeopardize success. With the right mindset, we can motivate our kids and help them to raise their grades. We can also help ourselves to reach our own goals both personally and professionally.

Watch these videos …

The Power of belief — mindset and success  by Eduardo Briceno

The way we understand our intelligence and abilities deeply impacts our success. Based on social science research and real life examples, Eduardo Briceño articulates how mindset, or the understanding of intelligence and abilities, is key to achieving our success.

Change your mindset, change the game by Dr. Alia Crum

Dr. Crum says the biggest game changer is “YOU. You can make a difference by harnessing the power of your mind. Dr Crum explores scientific results that show the influence of the mindset on the body and how changing the subjective mindset produced different outcomes.

Dr. Crum is a professor, psychologist, and researcher investigating how mindsets affect health and behavior.

Your determination factor is an indicator only and should be used as a guide to where your strengths and weaknesses lie.

Originally posted 2015-12-31 16:01:54.

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Infographic: How you impact your success!

Challenge your mindset, motivation and momentum!

Your mindset, motivation and momentum will set the benchmark for your success now and into the future. Be aware that your senses will impact the level of your success. Your emotions are your best friend or worst enemy. It is your choice.

Be mindful of how you think and how you interpret the information you receive. How you act on what you have seen, heard and felt is important because it will ultimately shape your success. Consequently, how you manage yourself will either empower or disempower you. Use the following infographic to challenge yourself.

infographic How you impact your successBelow are resources that may be helpful and give more insight following the infographic above: 

Self Motivation Application – (Google Play) Self motivation is the incentive that drives you to act, and leads to success. Self-motivation means self-provocation for action and improvement. How will you motivate yourself? Find tips to help you become self-motivated in this application.

Balanced Application – (itunes) Struggling to make time for all the little things that matter? Try Balanced to stay motivated & focused on what’s really important in life.

Start Where You Are: A Journal for Self-Exploration Journal by Meera Lee Patel

Start Where You Are is an interactive journal designed to help readers nurture their creativity, mindfulness, and self-motivation. It helps readers navigate the confusion and chaos of daily life with a simple reminder.  It is really quite simple. By taking the time to know ourselves and what those dreams are, we can appreciate the world around us and achieve our dreams.

Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck

Carol Dweck explains why it’s not just our abilities and talent that bring us success but whether we approach them with a fixed or growth mindset. She makes clear why praising intelligence and ability doesn’t foster self-esteem and lead to accomplishment. It may actually jeopardize success. With the right mindset, we can motivate our kids and help them to raise their grades. We can also help ourselves to reach our own goals both personally and professionally.

Videos to watch …

The Power of belief — mindset and success  by Eduardo Briceno

The way we understand our intelligence and abilities deeply impacts our success. Based on social science research and real life examples, Eduardo Briceño articulates how mindset, or the understanding of intelligence and abilities, is key to achieving our success.

Change your mindset, change the game by Dr. Alia Crum

Dr. Crum says the biggest game changer is “YOU. You can make a difference by harnessing the power of your mind. Dr Crum explores scientific results that show the influence of the mindset on the body and how changing the subjective mindset produced different outcomes.

Dr. Crum is a professor, psychologist, and researcher investigating how mindsets affect health and behavior.

How intuitive are you? Are you aware of how you could be sabotaging your success. Rather than being reactionary choose to be proactive because the impact of how you behave will impact on what you are capable of achieving.

See yourself as a ‘work in progress’.   ‘Works in progress’ need to be nurtured and mentored.  This is especially relevant if you want to grow and evolve progressively.

Originally posted 2015-12-31 12:28:51.

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Mindset, Motivation and Momentum!

Change your mindset, find your motivation and gain momentum!

When you are able to achieve this you are on the right track for success! Remember determination pays dividends so never give up!

Make Your Mindset Your Motivation!

Change your mindset

Resources that may be helpful: 

Self Motivation Application – (Google Play)

This application helps you to understand that self motivation is the incentive that drives you to act, and leads to success. Self motivation means self-provocation for action and improvement. How will you motivate yourself? Find tips in our application for motivate your self.

Balanced Application – (itunes)

Struggling to make time for all the little things that matter? Try Balanced to stay motivated & focused on what’s really important in life.

How determined are you? Are you focused on achieving your full potential?

You can have an enormous impact on what you can achieve if you are mindful and purposeful in how you think and act.  It is your decision as to whether you are a passenger or the driver of your destiny. This is the difference between getting to the destination you want to reach or getting lost tyring to find your way.

Detours are part of life and always a challenge. They can present  in the guise of other influences that may be out of your control. With the right mindset and motivation you will gain momentum and as a result you will be able to redirect your energies to achieve what you put your mind to.

Originally posted 2015-12-30 13:38:59.

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Determination pays Dividends – Never give up!

Determination is a mindset: If you don’t have it you will struggle to succeed

My tank top read ‘DETERMINED’. I smiled. The person who gave me this gift to me chose this mantra because they believed determination is what defines me. What we think and how we act on those thoughts is reflected in other people’s perceptions of us. Ultimately this is also what you attract in life so  be conscious that your mindset is the master of your destiny.

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Determination pays Dividends.

So here are 10 reasons what determination means to me…

  1. It helps me push through all the obstacles that come my way
  2. I can focus on the end game because I know I will work through what needs to be
    done to get there.
  3. It gives me the strength to have the tenacity to ignore the ‘naysayers’
  4. My approach becomes outcome orientated and not merely going  through the motions.
  5. I believe in what I will achieve, not what I want to achieve.
  6. When I approach what I am doing I am purposeful.
  7. I never leave any stone unturned when I explore opportunity,
  8. My ability to overcome any self-doubt is strengthened.
  9. I am compelled to push myself further than most.
  10. When my initial motivation stops I am able to dig deeper and keep going.

So …. determination is a good thing to not only gain momentum but keep momentum when everything else falls by the wayside.

Determination pays dividends 2

3 key ‘M’ ingredients for success are:

  • Mindset –  The way you think and talk to yourself and and others determines your mindset.
  • Motivation – Find out what motivates you and empower yourself.
  • Momentum –  Now that you have the right mindset and are motivated gain momentum to start doing what it takes to be successful.

Resources that may be helpful: 

Self Motivation Application – (Google Play)

Self motivation is the incentive that drives you to act, and leads to success. This also means self-provocation for action and improvement. How will you motivate yourself? Find tips in our application for motivate your self.

 A Success Mindset Application – (Google Play)

To succeed at anything you must develop a Success Mindset.

Balanced Application – (itunes)

Struggling to make time for all the little things that matter? Try Balanced to stay motivated & focused on what’s really important in life.

Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol Dweck

Carol Dweck explains why it’s not just our abilities and talent that bring us success but whether we approach them with a fixed or growth mindset. She makes clear why praising intelligence and ability doesn’t foster self-esteem and lead to accomplishment. It may actually jeopardize success. With the right mindset, we can motivate our kids and help them to raise their grades. We can also help ourselves to reach our own goals both personally and professionally.

Videos to watch …

The Power of belief — mindset and success  by Eduardo Briceno

The way we understand our intelligence and abilities deeply impacts our success. Based on social science research and real life examples, Eduardo Briceño articulates how mindset, or the understanding of intelligence and abilities, is key to achieving our success.

Change your mindset, change the game by Dr. Alia Crum

Dr. Crum says the biggest game changer is “YOU. You can make a difference by harnessing the power of your mind. The doctor explores scientific results that show the influence of the mindset on the body and how changing the subjective mindset produced different outcomes.

Dr. Crum is a professor, psychologist, and researcher investigating how mindsets affect health and behavior.

Determination is often also called ‘grit’.  That ability to push on and push through to get to a desired outcome as a result of  a determined and focused person is almost always going to be a better outcome than one who is not of this mindset.

Are you determined? What have you achieved by adopting this mindset?  Please feel free to share where and when determination has inspired you to achieve great things.

Originally posted 2015-06-14 11:12:43.

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Why Purpose Is Necessary To Improve Productivity

Do you feel you are more motivated and your productivity is heightened when you have a sense of purpose?

Being purposeful is something that gives us all a sense of value and worth and is integral to what we do and why we do it.

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Being purposeful has a significant impact on how productive your business is, given that it is people that make or break the success of your business.

5 Steps To Create Purposeful Employees

  1. Inclusivity –  This is an important first initial step to ensure that your employees feel part of the journey from the outset. Employees that feel like decisions are being made without their consultation will immediately become defensive and resistant to adopting change. 
  2. Brainstorming –  This is a pivotal step that kick starts the planning process with a no barriers or borders. Employees feel they have a forum to be heard and to contribute.
  3. Ownership – This gives the employee a feeling of being an integral part of the journey to solve the problem, help create and deliver the solution.
  4. Responsibility – This empowers the employee to feel that the journey is incomplete without them as they hold responsibility for outcomes that are critical to the success of the solution when it is delivered.
  5. Accountability –  This is the final step that ensures the employee feels ‘stickiness’ to solving the problem successfully as they will be held accountable, and therefore must be involved and engaged to ensure the outcome reflects positively on their involvement.

An employee who is not engaged is considered to be an ‘active job seeker’.  source

Your Top 10 ‘ Benefits of Having Purpose’ Checklist

  1. Your ‘purpose’ is a key motivator and gives you a tangible reason to plan and execute.
  2. Your ‘purpose’ enables you to set goals you want to achieve.
  3. Your ‘purpose’ ensures you are focused on solutions, not problems.
  4. Your ‘purpose’ gives you confidence that you will achieve what your objectives are and experience success.
  5. You can easily communicate what your ‘purpose’ is when asked.
  6. You talk about your ‘purpose’ with enthusiasm and joy that is infectious.
  7. Others want to become part of the solution because they can relate to your ‘purpose’.
  8. Your ‘purpose’ delivers a value that is contextual to the investment you must make to reap benefits.
  9. Your ‘purpose’ gives you clarity in your ability to collaborate, plan and execute.
  10. Your ‘purpose’ can be expressed as a value proposition to deliver multiple solutions because it helps you to think laterally.

The first question every business needs to ask is …what is the cost to your business for having employees who are not purposeful?

The defining question is… can you afford not to make the investment in your employees to ensure they are on the journey with you?

 

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3 Tips To Transform Your Workplace Bully

I am sure that you, like so many others, are all too familiar with the impact and damage a workplace bully can have on your business.

How do you deal with workplace bullies and how do you stem the ripple effect that workplace bullies can have on your business morale and productivity?

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3 Tips To Transform Your Workplace Bully

1. Give them responsibility for a project where they need to initially work solo (so they are not impacting others). This sets an expectation for them to demonstrate what value they can bring to the planning stage and why what they believe is the right approach is valuable.

When they have done this they need to be able to communicate that value in a tangible way to the team to gain consensus.  The bully then needs to articulate what resources are needed to develop and deploy the project, and which people need to be convinced by them that they should be on their team.

Next step is to identify the strengths that those team members will bring to the project to help the bully better understand the collaborative efforts needed to make the project come together.

This process encourages the bully to think before they act and recognize that they need to prove that what they believe is the right way is understood and embraced by others.  This process puts the bully in the spotlight and exposes them, with nowhere to hide!

2. Make them accountable for a project’s successful outcome.  Sometimes a person that cannot see that they are creating challenges needs to be given one that they have to be accountable for.  If they fail it is a great learning curve and humbling experience and can help rehabilitate them.  Be warned this can be confrontational. You should do this on a small scale to avoid collateral damage, however, if a bully is not made aware that they are infallible their behaviour will continue unabated.

3. Discover their strengths rather than focusing on their weaknesses and the impact they are having on the morale and motivation in your workplace.

If you continue to focus on the problem you will never find the solution.

The bully can sometimes be part of the solution if you can harness their strengths for good, and position them to advantage the workplace, rather than let them try and control the workplace.

An example of this might be that this person reacts when they feel that someone is threatening their authority or role itself. This behaviour suggests that this person has doubts in their ability, regardless of how confident or in control they act.  Often this person is suffering from ‘imposter syndrome’ and when business practices change this only serves to inflame these feelings.

Giving this person an opportunity to learn as a reward or promotion seems contradictory, however, when done the right way, is an opportunity for that person to address this without the feeling of inadequacy that makes them look like they have been exposed as a fraud in front of their peers.

In short, your bully gets to save face and with that their behaviour often becomes more compliant and this has a positive flow on effect through the business.

Every situation is unique and often once the bully has been identified the damage has been done.  Being proactive towards bullying in the workplace is the only way to detect the symptoms before the disease is diagnosed.

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