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“There are many ways to reward employees for a job well done, going beyond, or for a creative idea…my favourite example of building a culture that values employees is a short survey asking the team how they would like to be rewarded.” When creating a business, there is a great deal of thought put into… [ More ]
Distinguished Leaders and Legends share their life philosophies and lessons of self-mastery, that powerfully speak to today’s dreamers of the importance of believing in oneself in order to achieve one’s dreams no matter his or her background. Our very own CEO of Belapemo, Laleh Alemzadeh Hancock, is one of those leaders featured in the new… [ More ]
Branding – what is it really? It may be something you already have and already being, and not even know it. I would like to introduce a much wider perspective on what branding really could be. One mistake I see people making is when they say, ”I am not a marketer, I don’t do marketing,… [ More ]
The Art of Networking with Elegance – Greatest Results with the Least Effort D.C., Wash. – Dec. 8, 2015 – PRLog — Join Laleh Alemzadeh-Hancock on the Right Body For You with Donnielle Carter Radio on Wednesday, December 9th at 14:00 as they explore the art of networking with Elegance – the greatest results with… [ More ]
Making yourself a priority is truly a life-changing choice. We are taught to believe that if we put ourselves first, others will be left behind. Is that really the case?
This reality hit home for me over three years ago. As a very proud mother of twin girls, making the choice to make me also a priority took strength and commitment. It challenged the notion that a good mother leaves her needs behind those of her children.
Quality of life is one of the terms we often throw around as though it is an objective standard that applies to everyone. We think that just because certain things are valuable to us that they are valuable to others. When I began to look more closely at different people’s ideas of what quality of life meant I realized that it is a very subjective term, and that each of us has our own scale for what is important to us.
Technology has changed the way we function in every aspect of our personal and professional lives. Children and adults of all ages utilize technology to communicate, make purchases, evaluate their health, and run every aspect of their businesses. What is next with technology? What possibilities will…