Cheryl Breukelman

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      Tips and Tricks To Make Meetings Less Miserable

      Sometimes, just saying the word “meeting” is enough to make employees grab their coffee mugs and run in the opposite direction. While meetings are important for many reasons—they’re a great place to collaborate, brainstorm, and share...

      Best Ways To Show Appreciation to Your Employees

      With pandemic regulations starting to come back into effect due to the Delta variant, now is a great time to perform a gesture to show your employees that you care about them in this trying time. But how do you go about something like that?...

      How To Support Your Employees During Difficult Times

      Whether it’s because of a global event or a personal catastrophe, everybody gets distracted sometimes. An employee with a lot on their mind is less likely to be productive in the workplace. Help them boost their productivity and their mental...

      Most Elaborate Ways To Celebrate a Promotion

      No matter what, a promotion is always a big deal. It is verifiable evidence that you succeeded and did exactly what you were supposed to do in your career.

      It is a sign that you have gained the trust of your company and coworkers. As such, it is...

      Common Office Problems That Cause Workplace Frustration

      When employees are upset, it can throw a wrench in the vibe of your company culture. Improving that vibe is key to staff retention and increasing productivity. Feeling under-valued, left out, and overworked are the most common office problems...

      Break Time: Encouraging Your Employees To Take Time Off

      Sadly, some companies guilt their employees into taking little time off. However, this can backfire, leaving the company with disgruntled employees who have little reason to remain loyal.

      The truth is that time away from work without guilt...

      The Impact of Executive Coaching for Senior Leaders

      Sam has over 25 years-experience in a variety of leadership positions. He was recently hired to join the senior leadership team in a new organization. Six months in, he met with his Human Resource business partner to discuss some challenges...

      Business Relationships & Collaboration Skills

      Imrie is a high potential leader who is in a middle management position in a large multi-national organization.  She is smart, driven and candid about what she wants to achieve. 

      Moving up the corporate ladder is definitely on her list. ...

      Best Ways To Impress Your Boss

      A hard worker comes in many different shapes and sizes. But no matter what job someone works, there remains a crucial element in every work-related situation: impressing the boss.

      Your superior is one of the most important people in the...

      Case Study: Using Vulnerability as a Leader

      Carter is a senior level manager in a national organization. Since the pandemic began, he has been forced to manage from a distance, no longer travelling across the country to various work sites, connecting with his team face to face.

      Over the...