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Recent Posts by Alex Weber

Alex Weber joined First American Title National Commercial Services as Lead Administrative Services in February 2020. A 4-year NCAA collegiate athlete (women’s tennis), Alex graduated with honors from Belmont Abbey College with a major in psychology minor in business management. Alex has a Master’s from Liberty University in Applied psychology with a concentration in industrial/organizational psychology.

Recognizing And Preventing Workplace Burnout

By Alex Weber on January 26, 2022

Irrespective of industry, pay grade, or job title, burnout continues to increase in the workplace. In fact, burnout has reportedly increased 24 percent from 2020, according to a recent study.

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Topics: workplace burnout

Tips To Maintaining A Healthy Work-life Balance While Working Remote

By Alex Weber on August 19, 2020

Maintaining a healthy work-life balance allows employees to balance between work and personal responsibilities. Creating a healthy balance will increase your productivity. A study by Lowe (2005) found that one out of four employees experiences high levels of conflict between work and family. When looking at all the job factors that may influence...

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Topics: working from home remote work

Gone Virtual

By Alex Weber on June 24, 2020

Because managers play an important role in employee engagement – which is linked to productivity – challenges may arise when managing employees who work remotely. Gallup’s workplace research shows that to maximize the output of remote workers, managers must individualize, define expectations, build trust, and believe in talent.

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Topics: virtual office working from home working virtually

Why Emotional Intelligence Is Important -      Especially Now

By Alex Weber on April 30, 2020

Emotional Intelligence has become a prominent topic due to its impact on our success – both personally and professionally. Emotional Intelligence refers to the ability to identify and manage your own emotions, as well as the emotions of others.

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Topics: self awareness emotional intelligence motivation

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