Employee Incentives

3 Tips for Getting it Right Say ”thank you” The best incentive you can give to your employees involves no monetary efforts. It’s the simplest, yet, the most effective way to provide

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Leadership Transition

4 Tips for Getting it Right Do Your Homework. What got you in the position may not be enough after the fact, so don’t make big moves just yet. Instead, assess what your position requires of

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Workplace Morale

3 Tips for Getting it Right Train Your Managers Managers have the biggest effect on the level of morale in the workplace. A good manager contributes to a major retention factor for the modern-day

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Meetings

3 Tips for Getting it Right Prepare the agenda The backbone of every successful business meeting is the agenda. As business owners, your job is to create an agenda that can vividly outline the

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Communication

4 Tips for Getting it Right Listen Employees want to know that their concerns and ideas are being heard. Instead of thinking ahead to your next meeting or activity, really listen to what the

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Employee Discipline

5 Tips for Getting it Right Disciplining Employees This may not be readily apparent, but disciplining employees isn’t exactly a supervisor’s favorite pastime. Disciplining your employees

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Conflict Resolution

5 Tips for Getting it Right No matter who you are, conflict is always bound to happen. Whether you’re a manager or a staff member, there’s always going to be conflict in the workplace. Don’t

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Teamwork

5 Tips for Getting it Right Clarify vision and goals Your team should understand the purpose of the work they’re doing. Unless they understand how their work contributes to the entire organization,

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Time Management

6 Tips for Getting It Right: Track your time using a time management software Like money, time can be wasted if not managed properly. In order to identify which areas you need to improve, you

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Employee Development

4 Tips for Getting It Right: Start with yourself Telling others to improve is a no-sweat, but actually doing it is easier said than done. Marshall Goldsmith told it best when he said, “To

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