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Do This, Not That: How to Retain Employees

A company is only as good as its employees. When the time comes to find new talent, it is imperative to take the right approach to the recruitment and interview process. Sometimes, though, we forget that it’s after hiring someone that you really have to nurture them. Once a person is “all in,” shift your approach to making sure they ...

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How to Avoid Becoming a Toxic Leader

Many employees (including supervisors, mid-level managers, and even executives) report they work for a toxic leader – someone who is mean, demanding, unpredictable, and who will use unscrupulous tactics to get what they want. A toxic leader is damaging to the health of those around them, emotionally and physically. As a CEO and leader, you may be thinking, “I would ...

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Three Ways to Become a Successful CEO

Becoming a CEO is a title many people hope to achieve. Here are a few tips on how to achieve this prestigious title. If you have already achieved it, you can also benefit from these ideas to propel your business toward success. Customer Satisfaction SAS, a leader in analytics helping customers make better decisions faster, was ranked No. 2 on ...

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A Man of Many Voices: A Communicator for Every Medium

If you seek proof of the power of multimedia, of its dynamism and interactive design, look for the man (or woman) who is the real-life manifestation of that phenomenon. Look for the singer-songwriter, actor, author, leader and entrepreneur who uses a medium – be it print, digital, audio, visual, or a combination of all four – to tell a story. ...

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5 Ways to Be a Leader Outside of the Office

Want to be a better leader to more than just your employees? If so, you’re not alone. Don’t sit back and wait for leadership opportunities to present themselves to you. If you’re hoping to prove yourself a great boss, it’s in your best interest to show some initiative. How do you do that? It isn’t as hard as you might ...

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Five of the Best Principles to Keep You and Your Employees Motivated

It doesn’t really matter what you sell, build or invent; your company can’t be productive without motivated people. Managers, CEOs and entrepreneurs are well-aware that engagement is crucial in the workplace. But what do you do when if all of a sudden your organization’s productivity levels start declining? Who’s to blame? It is fundamental to make employees feel that they ...

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Two Reasons Employee Recognition Programs Have Failed

It is estimated that 90 percent of all U.S. businesses and organizations have some form of employee recognition program. This trend has occurred due to companies realizing that their leaders and managers need help recognizing their team members for work well done. But the problem is – in terms of helping employees feel truly valued and appreciated — the employee ...

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Creating a Healthy Workforce: Lessons in Leadership and Innovation

A CEO with a commitment to workplace wellness is a leader worthy of praise. He or she understands that a business cannot thrive – no organization can survive – when employees suffer from acute or chronic pain. One professional who respects this fact is Jason Ridgel, President of JUSCO Medical. The company is one of the country’s top makers of durable medical equipment, ...

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5 Ways to Tell if Your Workplace is Toxic

“Toxic workplaces” have become a hot topic of conversation in the business world. And almost everyone has a story to tell about a bad boss, a crazy colleague or just a terrible place to work.  But how do you tell if your workplace is really toxic , a worse-than-normal place to work, or just a normally stressful work environment? Having ...

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What We Owe Our Workers: Loyalty as Proof of Leadership

Does a business owe its employees more than the law requires? Are there moral demands, which transcend compliance with safety procedures and tax guidelines, a company should follow? The answers to these questions tell us everything we need to know about a brand, exposing the fraudulence of “manufactured devotion,” where workers perform morning calisthenics – and shout, in unison, their ...

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