When it Comes to Work-Life Balance, We Are what We Think
If you are fortunate, your work becomes a natural, organic part of your ideal life, requiring minimal effort to balance. For many, however, finding a compromise between the work you do to support yourself and the life that makes it all worthwhile can be a challenge.
Why Identifying Your Values Can Make You A Better Decision Maker
Once you turn your gaze inward and strive to know your authentic self, you can turn that knowledge outward. With practice, you’ll become more comfortable with the world around you, and can more easily provide benefit to others – because values are contagious when they drive the decisions you make every day.
Improve Your Job Satisfaction by Understanding your Coworkers
Knowledge is power. This is true of intellectual knowledge, of course, but it is also true in the sense of knowing others in the workplace. Bringing a group of people together into an office of all different backgrounds, personalities, and work styles in hopes that they mesh well could be a recipe for disaster.
Volunteering can help Improve Your Health & Career
Today’s theme for BRMWeek is about volunteering. But let’s take it a step further, and focus on our potential to impact others based on our unique experiences, stories, abilities, and passions. Often times, people find that through volunteering, yet we can make an impact on a daily basis.
Adopting a Shared Language Drives Business Value
To navigate today’s interconnected business world, leaders, entrepreneurs, and teams must build bridges with language, not walls. Although this feat proves difficult, you can establish shared language through a variety of methods.
The Hidden Value of Creativity in the Workplace
Creativity can be the crucial ingredient to staying competitive in your business and your field. By working with a company that fosters your creativity, or finding ways to cultivate your own, you can increase your overall happiness and strengthen your workplace performance.
How to Charge Your Career with Meaning & Purpose
For many people, a job is just a paycheck; it’s what keeps them moving from one month to the next. Distanced from the impact of their work, individuals caught in such a scenario often experience higher stress levels and reduced productivity.
But it doesn’t have to stay that way.
Work/Life Balance: An Elusive Endeavor of Self-Reflection
Many people find that their purpose is not lived out through their careers, even though they spend many of their waking hours at work. Thus, dedicating a disproportionate amount of time to something that doesn’t provide personal fulfillment leads us to feel out-of-sorts.
2019 Top BRMs
The global BRM community is recognizing the top BRMs that have achieved success through their BRM efforts, strengthened the global BRM community and BRM discipline, enriched lives through excellence in BRM within their organizations, and/or contributed to the community on a local, national, and global level.
The Little-Known Strategy for Organizational Adaptability
The concept of zero-based principles, when applied to an organization, promotes productivity and increased business value through flexibility. Rather than squander energy supporting an antiquated system of separation, zero-based principles provide easy, transparent access to organization-wide data, which ultimately encourages collaboration and increases productivity.
Certified Business Relationship Manager (CBRM®): Utilizing Technology for Effective Learning
The new CBRM eBook and eLearning expand the reach of this valuable knowledge to those who prefer digital copy and/or self-paced virtual learnings.
Knowledge: The Secret Formula for Innovation
As Benjamin Franklin once said, “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”
Indeed, investing your time, energy, and efforts into obtaining knowledge can be a far more valuable investment than stocks, bonds, and even real estate.