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You cannot be successful in business, or in life, unless you are successful in cultivating winning relationships. Order Cultivate: The Power of Winning relationships at join the Cultivate@Work Community www.CultivateatWork.com to learn more.
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12 ways you're sabotaging your career without even realizing

12 ways you're sabotaging your career without even realizing | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
"In fact, many of us have habits that sabotage our relationships, work flow, productivity, and bottom line results."
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Networking Mistakes We All Make and Should Never Make Again

Networking Mistakes We All Make and Should Never Make Again | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
Many small business owners have a love/hate relationship with networking. And we’ve all made networking mistakes. Here are some tips to get back on track.
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Why Your Employees Don’t Trust You: What To Do About It

Why Your Employees Don’t Trust You: What To Do About It | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
Lack of trust in any business relationship can be devastating. Here's how to address trust problems before they impact your bottom line.
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Strengthen Your Team Environment

Strengthen Your Team Environment | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
Here are a few characteristics of strong working relationships: • The leader and team members are mutually committed to working together to achieve the goals of the organization. This doesn't always mean that they get along perfectly and there is not disagreement and conflict.
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Work Relationships: Good Luck or Good Riddance?

Work Relationships: Good Luck or Good Riddance? | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
As a small business owner, learn what you can do to handle separation of work relationships in a healthy, beneficial way.
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7 poor choices that can derail your career

7 poor choices that can derail your career | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it

Taking shortcuts, doing too much on your own and letting your emotions get in the way of work relationships are surefire ways to sabotage your career, writes Kevin Daum.

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You need to connect | 3coze

You need to connect | 3coze | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
I’m in the middle of a short series explaining why my new firm is called 3COze (rhymes with “she goes”).
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Giving Negative Feedback Across Cultures

Giving Negative Feedback Across Cultures | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
Managers in different parts of the world are conditioned to give feedback in drastically different ways. Understanding why can help you critique more effectively.
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The Happiness Equation

The Happiness Equation | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
When your unhappiness affects your productivity and that of those around you, it’s time to reassess how you are living your life.
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Your Ultimate Guide To Saying "No" To People You Can’t Say "No" To

Your Ultimate Guide To Saying "No" To People You Can’t Say "No" To | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
"Saying ‘no’ is not something that comes naturally to the majority of people," says Susan Newman, PhD, social psychologist and author of The Book of NO—250 Ways to Say It—and Mean It and Stop People-Pleasing Forever. "For some, saying ‘yes’ is a habit, frequently an automatic response; for others, saying ‘yes,’ agreeing to take on whatever is asked, is an addiction."

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Dealing with a co-worker who doesn’t pull their weight | 3coze

Dealing with a co-worker who doesn’t pull their weight | 3coze | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
I gave a keynote session last week to a group of Health and Safety experts. Following the speech, they were asking questions about the impact of dysfunctional teams on workplace mental health.
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What’s missing from executive teams–part 2 | 3coze

What’s missing from executive teams–part 2 | 3coze | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
In my previous post, I shared a trend that is alarming me: the homogenization of executives into a couple of more dominant styles and the weeding out of two less prevalent perspectives.
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Business Relationships ... How Do You Build Them If You’re an Introvert (or Just Hate People)?

Business Relationships ... How Do You Build Them If You’re an Introvert (or Just Hate People)? | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
To build your business, you've got to build business relationships.
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The Art and Science of Relationships

The Art and Science of Relationships | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
When we look around today, there are connections occurring literally everywhere. On social media, you can instantly connect with thousands of people all over the world. So why does it seem like relationships have taken a backseat? In our fast-paced world of instant connections, we seem to have lost the slow art of building genuine relationships. The problem is global leaders have unprecedented responsibility. Their scope of work is as vast as the globe in they traverse. This isn’t a problem for just one . . .
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Common Networking Mistakes

Common Networking Mistakes | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
As a home business owner, you know that you need to network. You know networking will help you get to know people, build relationships, and even build your reputation as
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How to decrease accountability | 3coze

How to decrease accountability | 3coze | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
The topic of “accountability” anchors almost every leadership discussion I witness these days. While I hear the word accountability ad nauseam, what I see are leaders who lack the intestinal fortitude to follow through on the actions that create it.
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7 Unexpected Ways to Boost Your Professional Relationships

7 Unexpected Ways to Boost Your Professional Relationships | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
Your business relationships are important. Are you doing these seven things to nurture them?
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8 tips for relationship building in business - Virgin.com

8 tips for relationship building in business - Virgin.com | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
Today's guest blog looks at the key to building long-standing relationships in business... I have been involved in business growth and entrepreneurship for some time (the two are not necessarily aligned at times!) and, as such, have been working on business relationships and networking for over 20 y...
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Cultivate@Work: Relationships Matter!

Cultivate@Work: Relationships Matter! | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
Welcome to the Cultivate@Work Weekly Roundup. We scour the Internet for stories and ideas of how people cultivate winning relationships at work and share them
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5 Easy Ways to Build More Business Relationships as an Entrepreneur

5 Easy Ways to Build More Business Relationships as an Entrepreneur | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
Don't walk up to someone at a networking event and simply pitch your idea. Build a connection first.
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Four Steps to Manage Your Crucial Conversations

Four Steps to Manage Your Crucial Conversations | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
How often have you felt frustrated that a crucial conversation in the business and work arena did not go the way you wanted?
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You Really Can Change Your Reputation at Work

You Really Can Change Your Reputation at Work | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
Do you ever feel that people have the wrong impression of you at work? Maybe you’ve been pegged as arrogant after you advocated for your project or as a pushover after a negotiation gone awry. How can you change others’ perceptions of you?

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Anita's curator insight, September 11, 2015 9:46 AM

Powerful insights.

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The Power of Gratitude

The Power of Gratitude | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
For most people what really counts (apart from fair compensation) is respect, recognition, a sense of accomplishment, a sense of belonging, and a feeling of purpose.

When people are exposed to everyday acts of kindness, a simple “thank you” for work well done can be a great motivator and contribute to a more positive work environment.

The words grateful and gratitude derive from the archaic adjective “grate” meaning pleasing to the mind, being full of gratitude, or being disposed to repay favours bestowed. “Grate” originates from the Latin “gratus”, meaning the readiness to show appreciation for, and to return, kindness. Grateful people count their blessings, have the ability to appreciate the simple pleasures of life, and are always prepared to acknowledge whenever good things happen to them. They are also the kinds of people willing to give something back.

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Say thanks! '00s of philosophers, academics & enlightened leaders can't all be wrong! "Gratitude is the glue that enables reciprocity."

Ian Berry's curator insight, December 9, 2015 5:27 PM

Like David Hain's insight that gratitude is the glue that enables reciprocity I would add an old adage that when we're grateful for what we've got we can have more of what we want

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Counter-intuitive advice on building trust | 3coze

Counter-intuitive advice on building trust | 3coze | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
Trust is the basis of a healthy team dynamic. Too little trust and you won’t open up, won’t bother sharing your unique value, and won’t have the courage to broach difficult topics. Without trust, much of the value of the team is left unrealized.
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6 Powerful Ways to Connect With Really Important People

6 Powerful Ways to Connect With Really Important People | Cultivate. The Power of Winning Relationships | Scoop.it
You can build stronger business relationships by making better connections with customers, employees, and others. Your bottom line will thank you.
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