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Why Are Your People Thinking of Leaving? How to Make a Bad Day Better!
Sometimes, a day just seems to go wrong as soon as you open your eyes in the morning. On another day, you might almost make it home before something spoils your mood.

While you might not be able to control the reasons a day turns sour, you can control the way you react to this. So, cheer yourself up with our video, 10 Ways to Make a Bad Day Better.

If you see that colleagues are having a bad day, you can find a few simple ways to put a smile on their faces with our article, Random Acts of Kindness. And if your own bad day has turned into a bad week, you can give yourself a lift with our article, Top 10 Personal Morale Boosters.

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10 Ways to Make a Bad Day Better 10 Ways to Make a Bad Day Better

Watch this video to discover 10 simple ways to turn a bad day around.

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Random Acts of Kindness Random Acts of Kindness

Make the people around you feel better, and build stronger relationships, by performing small acts of kindness.

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Top 10 Personal Morale Boosters Top 10 Personal Morale Boosters

Try these top tips for re-motivating yourself and rebuilding low morale.

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How to Relax After a Hard Day
How to Relax After a Hard Day

Discover techniques that will help you to relax after a long day at work.

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Energizing Yourself
Energizing Yourself

Find out how to "recharge your batteries" when your energy level dips.

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The Demand-Control Model of Job Stress
The Demand-Control Model of Job Stress

Use this model to reduce stress at work.

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How to Avoid Becoming an Email Monster How to Avoid Becoming an Email Monster

Mind Tools editor Lucy Bishop discusses the importance of striking the right tone in email, and highlights the perils of getting this wrong.
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How to Become a Soul-Centered Leader How to Become a Soul-Centered Leader

Bob Little explores what "soul" means in the workplace, and how soul-centered leadership can help to drive motivation and innovation.
A Final Note

You may have heard the adage "misery loves company." If you're having a bad day, your negativity can infect the people around you. Instead, make the positive choice to "look on the bright side," and do what you can to make a bad day better - for yourself and your team members!

Next week, learn how to work with, and get the best from, independent experts and consultants.

Have a great week!

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James Manktelow (CEO) and Elizabeth Eyre (Head of Editorial) - Essential Skills for an Excellent Career!
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