Beat the workplace blues with these tips on how to stay motivated for the rest of the year.
Ask for a pay rise
Not getting a raise and feeling undervalued is one of the most popular reasons employees leave their jobs. Although it may be nerve-racking, it may pay off.
Find a mentor
Mentorship at work is so important that 71% of Fortune 500 companies have formal mentoring programmes for their employees.
Ask your HR manager to implement a mentoring scheme. To help, we host a coaching & mentoring course which will provide mentors with the skills they need to pass on their knowledge and inspire their mentee.
Get involved in team-work
Team-work strengthens work relationships and creates a more positive environment. Get stuck in a team-away day or become part of your companies professional team.
Keeping up with the latest learning and development skills and trends will increase productivity, satisfaction and most importantly motivation. For a full list of courses to improve your skill set, click here.
Use your vacation days
Holidays are good for your health. Book a holiday and take some time to unwind and relax outside of the office.
Take care of your mental health
Approximately 1 in 4 people in the UK experiences anxiety, depression or stress each year. Prioritise your mental health, take rests, eat well, exercise and get lots of sleep.
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