You know what no one ever tells you about leading a team? They don’t tell you that sometimes it’s really embarrassing. As a leader, you spend a lot of time encouraging people to do their best, to push themselves, to learn and grow. But soon…
The more things change, the more one thing has remained the same. Goal setting (based on mutually agreed-upon goals) is still one of the most effective tools in the manager’s toolbox for managing performance.
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We have known for years that the 30-year career—and gold watch at retirement—is a thing of the past. Today’s organizations are nimble, and today’s talent is flexible. It seems like every year we hear that turnover is the norm, a…
An open-door policy is a good place to start when you’re looking to build a culture of open communication in an organization. But it shouldn’t be the only tool in your toolbox when you are looking for feedback.
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Take a minute and remember the very best day you’ve had recently at work. What did it feel like? For most people, it was a day when you felt engaged… Read More →
Engaged workers create great products, provide great service, think creatively, and work well with others. While it takes time and effort to foster a culture of employee engagement in your organization, it’s well worth that investment.
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It’s summer, and you’re likely dreaming of the beach—but with targets to hit and competition just as fierce, most companies […]
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A friend of mine shared this article today: I’m a Millennial and My Generation Sucks The first time I saw a piece like this, I thought it was a satire…. Read More →