Employees Crave Recognition, Give it to Them!

Employee’s crave recognition. Think of how our reliable dog friends become when they are praised for a certain behavior that we like. In addition, a two-handed ear or neck rubbing has them excited to do it all over again, just for that delightful payback! Employees repeat praised behavior. Managers need to do it more. Consider, […]

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3 Communication Skills with Authentic Power and Positivity!

Excellent communication skills will transform your impact on others. Most managers, and employees are unaware of the concept discussed in this communication skills training video. Consequently, those who communicate well have the power. Also, communicating with positivity can change people’s life’s for the better and motivate them to higher performance. As a result, good leaders, […]

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11 Mistakes Managers Make in the Performance Appraisal

Most employees dread a performance appraisal. Why? Quite frankly managers are poor at it. So, most end up doing more damage than good. Nearly all bigger companies have gone to online systems to manage the process. This adds some accountability and quality control. Yet, managers still lack the skills to be effective. In addition, online […]

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A Genuine Leader is Rare and Desperately in Demand

A genuine leader​ is rare, precious to work with, and desperately in demand.  She stormed into the office and interrupted the team meeting. Instantly, she declared that things will change. Similarly, she talked loudly while rapping her bracelets on the table for emphasis. For thirty minutes everyone was frozen in time as the abuse continued. […]

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Leadership Trust: 8 Keys to Create Credibility

Leadership trust is about positive influence. However, too many leaders have negative influence on and that’s why 70% of employees don’t like their boss. In addition, nearly 9 out of 10 employees are disengaged at work. Research Shows Leadership Trust is Low Research by Edelman’s Trust Barometer demonstrates that distrust worldwide in leaders in all […]

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10 People Skills that are Guilty of Desertion

“The most important skills I had to learn to be successful were people skills.”  Declared flamboyant businessman Richard Branson. Dr. Daniel Goleman calls these skills our Emotional Intelligence. This involves personal and social competence. Unfortunately, it seems people skills are guilty of desertion when you consider the high levels of management failure, employee discontent and poor […]

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The Plague of Employee Dissatisfaction and Disengagement

Employee dissatisfaction and disengagement is at all-time highs. Employee engagement is a plague because nearly all companies struggle in trying to improve it. Few do well at it. As a result, 87% of the worlds employees are disengaged. This costs the US economy 1% of the $20 trillion dollar economy, that’s at least 500 billion dollars.  […]

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The Great Customer Experience Scam

Sadly, the great customer experience scam is on. First of all, nearly everybody says they are in favor of good customer service. It’s as desirable as apple pie, family, and free expression, all rolled into one. After all, it’s the right thing to do, isn’t it? Could you imagine a company saying, “We don’t believe […]

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Where is the Honor? We the People, NOT We the Party

E pluribus unum is a Latin phrase meaning “out of many, one.”  Most noteworthy, it implies people of honor working together for the common good.  It is what the founding fathers hoped for.  Congress adopted it as the motto of the United States with an act in 1782. However, the leadership of the US government is increasingly polarized. Gridlock […]

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