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By Rebecca Crowe/ June 21, 2019

Feature Friday: Inside Wundamail’s Behavioural Change Mindset

Here at Wundamail, we believe that in order to create meaningful, lasting good habits, you must begin and end with a positive working mindset. Unfortunately, not everyone is automatically in a positive working mindset, 100% of the time. It might be that a project isn’t quite going to plan, you’re not sure about the direction of the strategy, or that the new guy in the team is definitely not your cup of tea. Whatever it is, it puts a damper on your day and on your productivity. We all have bad days, but with Wundamail, you can drive behavioural change within your department and reap the productive benefits of an engaged and satisfied team who are definitely on your wavelength.

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By Rebecca Crowe/ June 16, 2019

Wundamail: Week In Review

  This week at Wundamail HQ, we’re focusing on how you can create good habits that last. Whether this is taking it step-by-step with micro-habits or identifying your bad habits and trying to lessen them, it all adds up. So, we’ve scoured the internet for the most useful articles on the subject - enjoy!

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By Rebecca Crowe/ June 12, 2019

What Are Some Good Mini Habits To Start?

We all know that in order to succeed, we have to get into the flow of making good, healthy life choices. Whether this is from a health perspective, a relationship one, or in your working life, it can be difficult to pinpoint exactly how you’re going to make that lasting change. This is why micro habits are the perfect place to start - after all small changes soon add up into big successes.

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By Rebecca Crowe/ June 7, 2019

What Steps Are Important When Giving Feedback To An Employee

We all have to give and take on board feedback at some point in our working lives, but managers tend to dish out the criticism and praise a bit more than everyone else. When giving out feedback however, it can often be off the cuff or in the moment. For positive feedback, it can come across as too nonchalant and casual and for negative feedback, it can seem overly reactionary. So, with this in mind, how can you as a manager, offer structured, cohesive and, most importantly, constructive feedback to your employees that they’ll be able to run with going forward?

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By Rebecca Crowe/ February 11, 2019

Prime Your Productivity

It’s the keyword to end all keywords: productivity. Whether it’s your current productivity levels, how you personally can improve it, or how your team can be more productive day-to-day, it’s a vital part of any business.

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By Rebecca Crowe/ February 4, 2019

Can Bosses Work From Home?

It’s a scene we all know well; all the team members are packing up to go home and the boss is still furiously tapping away in their office, where they’ll still be for several hours if the timestamps on your morning emails are anything to go by. On the whole, bosses should be the first one in and the last one out of the office, so what happens if your manager decides to work from home? Or can they even work from home? Let’s find out.

Rebecca Crowe
By Rebecca Crowe/ January 28, 2019

What Makes Leaders Inspirational To People?

Despite what might be going on in world politics right now, the people who we look up to as leaders tend to be people that we admire and, in the most part, who inspire us. This might be by inspiring us to be better experts in our fields or just by them showing us what is possible for us in the future. But what is it in particular that makes leaders have that inspirational spark that keeps us coming back for more? Let’s have a look.

Rebecca Crowe
By Rebecca Crowe/ January 21, 2019

How To Be A Nurturing Boss In A High Pressure Environment

In our “What Type of Manager Are You?” series, we’re looking at the struggles that different kinds of managers face, whether you’re a nurturer, a cheerleader, or a monitor, and how you can best overcome those problems in line with your management style.

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By Rebecca Crowe/ January 14, 2019

How To Be A Cheerleader In Difficult Times

In our “What Type of Manager Are You?” series, we’re looking at the struggles that different kinds of managers face, whether you’re a nurturer, a cheerleader, or a monitor, and how you can best overcome those problems in line with your management style.

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By Rebecca Crowe/ January 7, 2019

How To Be A Monitoring Boss Without Being Overbearing

In our “What Type of Manager Are You?” series, we’re looking at the struggles that different kinds of managers face, whether you’re a nurturer, a cheerleader, or a monitor, and how you can best overcome those problems in line with your management style.

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