Posted by xin xiu24 on 6. Oct 2016

Liverpool Continues Talks With Sevilla For Alberto Moreno - RealGM Wiretap

Liverpool has yet to reach agreement on a deal with Sevilla for Alberto Moreno.

Sevilla is valuing Moreno at €20 million.

Liverpool made a breakthrough for the 22-year-old Spanish left-back earlier in August.

"There have been negotiations [for Moreno] , eight or 10 days ago, but there has been no agreement and nor is there today," Sevilla president Jose Castro told the club's official website on Monday.

DeRosa Undecided On Retirement Returning in 2014 - RealGM Wiretap

There are just two weeks left in the regular season, but Mark DeRosa has yet to a make decision on his fate for 2014.

The Toronto Blue Jays have a $750,000 club option for the veteran, but his return is dependent on whether or not he decides to retire.

"To be honest with you, this season has been fun, it's been a grind. … But I really just want to get away for a minute, reestablish myself as a husband and father, and then kind of decide whether I want to keep going," DeRosa said. "Obviously, they have much bigger fish to fry than me, and I understand that. Once I hear what direction they kind of want to go with, then it's a decision to be made by me and my wife."

If DeRosa decides to continue playing, the Blue Jays will likely pick up his option.

Jeter Vows To Be Back Next Season - RealGM Wiretap

Derek Jeter's 2013 season was a disaster, but it doesn't sound like he plans to retire due to injuries.

The New York Yankees placed Jeter on the disabled list Wednesday, effectively ending his season.

"The entire year has been pretty much a nightmare for me physically," Jeter said. "So I guess it's fitting that it ends like this."

Though he brushed off questions about his $9.5 million player option for 2014, Jeter vowed to "be back to being what I've always been."

锘? We all desire recognition for a job well done, especially as members of a team. As a team, each person works together toward a common goal. Now instead of working together, imagine a team where each person was only interested in their own, separate, little interests....


Would you or anyone around you really ever be able to get anything done?

Of course not! Yet isn t this how so many workplace teams attempt to operate?

When we are working within a team we have to put personal interests aside and focus on the collective good. If we don t , tempers flare and trouble naturally ensues. Teams composed of members who cannot put differences aside don t win. Put simply: you won t achieve the success you want if you aren t focused on the common goal.

A happy person is not a person in a certain set of circumstances, but rather a person with a certain set of attitudes. ~Hugh Downs

United We Stand Teamwork Tips

The key strategy to boost office and workplace morale and team productivity is to stand strong behind your common goal. A unified front is only accomplished by working together.

Appoint a team leader to oversee the progress and to keep everyone motivated to finish the project on time.

Assign jobs according to the strengths of each team member. People naturally procrastinate when faced with a daunting task they re uncomfortable with, so divide the work fairly and accordingly.

Praise team members for a job well done! Validation is a huge motivator and generally very much overlooked in our workplaces. Acknowledge each person s hard work and dedication and be sure to pass along any positive feedback from clients or upper level management.

Set up a team reward upon successful completion of a project. Money doesn t have to be the only motivating factor to spur your team. Maybe it s time off, a gift basket, or a trophy. With our card system you can include gifts along with the cards!

Grow an Attitude of Gratitude within Your Workplace

How can tension within the office be turned around? Gratitude. Yes, it really is that simple!

Each member needs to felt appreciated for his or her contributions and value added to the team.

.... Imagine a football team. If the quarterback isn t grateful for the offensive line who blocks for him, the wide receivers who catch his passes, and the running backs who he can hand off the ball to, he will not have confidence in his teammates. This lack of confidence will show up as miscommunication, upsets, blown plays and lost games. The same things happen in the workplace!

In reality, an office or workplace setting is very much like being on a football team.

Show gratitude to the:

Administrative assistants who keep things organized and flowing

Salesmen who bring in new profits for the company

Human resources representatives who bring in new talent for you to work with

Marketers who make the company known

Managers who coach, inspire, and lead

Staff who tackle the finer details and makes things happen

Everyone plays an important part of the team, which is why we all need to appreciate one another in order to get things done. After all, without each other, where would we be? So, take a moment, as soon as you can and acknowledge those around you for their contribution. What you send out really does come back.

Gratitude Leads to Effective Teamwork

Once you re grateful for the skills and talents of your team members, you ll begin to appreciate how each part of the puzzle is important for the overall success of the team. You may even discover a renewed excitement about your job and all the projects your team can accomplish.

Let others in the office know how you appreciate their time, talents, and hard work. Send


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