Top 6 Social Media Posts from The Workplace Word

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 #1

Some people love to have the music blaring and some like to keep it low. Whatever your volume choice, studies show that music can have a positive effect on your mood. Research also says, playing background music while working can increase productivity and efficiency. https://buff.ly/2KHcf0A #ListenToThis #music

playing background music while working can increase productivity and efficiency.


#2

Think outside the box. Dream up a way to tweak or update your output or results. Adding a little flair to your final product and stepping outside of your norm can add excitement throughout the project, in anticipation for your new (or somewhat new) creation. https://buff.ly/2vK63Pj   #ThinkOutsideTheBox  #becreative

Think outside the box.


#3

Happy Employees Are Good For Business. Be a Creative Leader! Be a Great Leader! Show that leadership cares about having an engaged workplace culture.
Spend time with the people that make the company tick. Boost morale. Create connections and strengthen workplace relationships. Stimulate conversations and embrace non-business communications. https://buff.ly/2LKsCx9 #Creative #leadership

Happy Employees Are Good For Business.


#4

Brands aren’t just for companies. Do you have a personal brand?  If you are shaking your head no….stop….and start shaking your head yes. Believe it or not, you already have a personal brand.  https://buff.ly/2zZ1Igt  #personalbrand#brand

Brands aren’t just for companies.


#5

Develop some foresight. By being observant, listening, and following patterns, you can start to predict future actions or trends.  Work on knowing the ins and outs of your industry. Be ahead of the game so you can be proactive and not have to only react to issues, problems, and change. https://buff.ly/2tQneyz #foresight #beobservant#develop

Live in themoment


#6

With any brand, whether it be for a company or for a person, there’s always a palette of colors that stay consistent throughout all the marketing materials. If you’re saying to yourself “How am I suppose to just pick a color?”.  No worries, there’s a FREE resource that’ll make it quick and easy for you. If you have found a photo that really inspires you and really speaks to the vibe of your brand, you can use it to help develop the color palette for your marketing materials. [ 128 more words ]
https://theworkplaceword.com/how-to-use-an-inspiration-photo-to-determine-your-brand-colors/

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