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Finding New Ways to Motivate Employees

Finding New Ways to Motivate Employees

As a leader, you already know the importance of programs that motivate employees.  There’s no doubt incentive programs are important. Too often, though, these programs pit employees against one another, and you end up only motivating the winners and breaking down...

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Finding New Ways to Motivate Employees

As a leader, you already know the importance of programs that motivate employees.  There’s no doubt incentive programs are important. Too often, though, these programs pit employees against one another, and you end up only motivating the winners and breaking down...

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Tracking Employee Training

Tracking Employee Training

Every industry has been affected in some way by the dramatic changes to the economy in the past few months. If you're an essential business, you may still find yourself struggling to meet labor demands. If you've had to temporarily close of cut part of your business,...

How to Lead by Example (It’s Harder Than You Think)

How to Lead by Example (It’s Harder Than You Think)

When you lead by example, you elevate the effectiveness of your team. That's why great leaders strive for constant improvement -- they know that as they improve themselves, they're also improving everyone around them. Check out these five leadership trends that can...

Company Culture Check During COVID-19

Company Culture Check During COVID-19

The culture of your company is more than just your vision and mission – it’s your values, too. While a time of crisis may leave you feeling overwhelmed with challenges beyond your control, it’s also a good time to conduct a quick “culture audit.” It’s important to...

How Employee Training Strategies Foster Teamwork

How Employee Training Strategies Foster Teamwork

What if you invest in training for your employees and they leave? Sure, that’s a risk. A bigger risk, though, is not training them, and they stay. Untrained employees have no sense of teamwork, don’t work toward a common goal, and don’t particularly care about the...

Been There, Done That

Been There, Done That

You can’t put a price on the value of an experienced employee. You can, however, leverage it. A mentoring program in business can identify employee potential and help develop talent. Mentorship is a natural extension of an employee training program. As employees...

The Training and Turnover Connection

The Training and Turnover Connection

In a linear world, the act of training a new employee comes after that employee is hired. But, as great leaders know, business isn’t always linear. Your training process has a direct impact on whether you need to hire that new employee in the first place. In many...

Broadcast Your Crisis Communication

Broadcast Your Crisis Communication

During times of crisis, you may feel like it’s all you can do to keep up with changes happening to your business. Even if you’re short on time, it’s important that you stay visible to your employees. They need to hear from you – and see you – now more than ever. While...

Problem-Solving at Your Fingertips

Problem-Solving at Your Fingertips

Have you considered bringing in a consultant to evaluate your business? The idea is that input from an outsider can uncover gaps in your training, processes, and procedures. A new problem-solving perspective can open your eyes to aspects of your operation that haven’t...

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