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Different Ways to Give Employee Recognition

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Why is Recognition Important? Recognition is the life-blood to a company who values long-term commitment from their employees. Human beings are not just mindless, needless androids. If you want them to stay and to be sincerely involved, then you need to invest some effort into creating a recognition system. Here are a few of the two most common types of …

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What Good Leaders Do

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Are leaders born or made? If they are made, can anyone become a good leader? If you want to become an effective leader, or if you are in a leadership role and want to heighten your team’s productivity, what can you do? How can you become the kind of leader that people look up to, turn to, go the extra …

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Behind the Scenes: How to Recognize a Training Company Worth Your Time

In Communication, Customer Service, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Management, Personal Development, Sales, Time Management by lukenLeave a Comment

Alright, so you have an idea of what you are looking for in the program, but what else should you keep an eye out for? What are some other, less obvious signs of a good (or bad) training company? Website and social media: how professional and how engaged are they in their industry? How professional is their website? Is it …

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Good Leaders vs. Bad Bosses

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You may have heard the saying that employees don’t leave companies, they leave bosses. This is a strand of wisdom that should be taken quite seriously. Especially when you are dealing with trained professionals who know their value, they are far less likely to deal with a bad boss. More than 50% of employees feel that the bad bosses of …

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Top Qualities to Spot a Bad Manager

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In many organizations, bad managers are rampant. A bad manager can be defined as someone who works solely based on their own emotions and has great problems with employees who often need a more logical, unemotional, and objective leader. They come in all shapes and sizes. These bad traits can be corrected through the proper and consistent application of management …

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How Do You Know If You Are A Good Leader?

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Do you know the difference between a leader and a follower? While one’s style of leadership may vary with one’s personality type, background, and experience, all leaders have certain traits in common. Click below for a free assessment form. Use this for yourself or pass it out to your team. Download our free Leadership Self-Assessment and see where you stand. …