Four ways you can create a better workplace

 Aug 17, 2016

There are several factors such as office politics, abundance (or lack of) resources, leadership, and relationships with colleagues that have an impact on employee attitude at work. The collective impact of varied contributing factors can make it difficult to maintain a positive mindset in the cycle of day-to-day work.

In the following four articles, New Horizons' Professional Development trainers Stan Thomas and Fee Hosking explore a few ways to help you improve (or contribute positively to) your working environment and cultivate a happier workspace for yourself and for your colleagues.

These tips come from several courses on offer at New Horizons Learning Centres, such as Effective Time Management, Creativity and Innovation, Emotional Intelligence and Conflict Resolution - Getting Along in the Workplace.

 May 11, 2021

Our well-being at work is important to stay energised, productive and focused. For some reason though, taking “me” time seems selfish or weird and we just push on [...]

 Jun 29, 2020

I have always believed the creative workforce is the most motivated workforce. Workplace creativity is best nurtured in a permissive climate, one that encourages the [...]

 Apr 27, 2021

Most of us spend more time at work than on any other activity. Many of use spend more time with colleagues than we do with our family! Since it is such a big part of our [...]

 Feb 03, 2021

I had several people ask me what to do about office politics. It’s a thorny issue and it depends very much on the situation at hand. Some typical ones that I’ve come [...]

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New Horizons  

New Horizons is Australia's leading corporate training provider, and has been educating business professionals for over 15 years in the areas of Professional Development, Microsoft Office & Adobe Applications, and IT Technical. Our aim through this blog is to bring you relevant stories, articles, and tips & tricks that can help you to improve your skills and productivity in the workplace. Our expert trainers will also be posting their own articles from time to time, so be sure to keep an eye out.

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