You may have heard of the five languages of romantic love, but here’s how the same concepts can help you succeed professionally as well.

You’ve probably heard of the five “love languages’’ of romantic love, developed by Dr. Gary Chapman. Each of us feels love in different ways, and it behooves a romantic partner to know how their person feels love the most in order to create the most satisfying relationship.

But guess what? These same languages not only make romance smoother, they make it easier to communicate and connect with anyone! …

What’s the difference between work culture and family culture? Pretty much nothing. Here’s how to apply best practices from human resources and company culture for a smoother running, happier household.

After many years working in human resources from Juicy Couture to nonprofits and becoming a mother of four, I’ve realized two things:

  1. A family is a lot like a company, and a home is a lot like an office environment.
  2. Whether it’s at work or at home, a group’s culture is dictated by those within it, and it needs constant nurturing.

A workplace culture is the shared values, belief systems…

Jenna Z Hermans

Working Mom of 4, Founder of Chaos to Calm Coaching, Co-Founder of Be Courageous. Life Purpose: Illuminating possibilities!

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