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July 21, 2017

Managing Millennials in a Competitive Business World

Posted by Tyler Burke

Reading Time: 4 Minutes

Michael, an employee, you recently hired, has shown promising skill in his work. After a few months, he can already perform multiple tasks skillfully and his contribution continues to boost revenue. You, the CEO, are...

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Posted in Human Resources

June 28, 2017

This Tech Company Shows Why Strong Culture Is Worth It

Posted by Joseph Havey

 

Reading Time: 5 Minutes

 

At Novareté, we believe moving your organization's values out of the handbook and into the daily activities of employees creates a unified culture that improves business performance and becomes a key competitive...

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Posted in Culture, Leadership

June 15, 2017

Training Employees to be Formidable

Posted by Tyler Burke

 Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes

A new employee, Mia, just completed her training for your company. After a month, you, the CEO, are puzzled to see no improvement. You gave her a tutorial and then a multiple choice test. In your mind, that...

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Posted in Human Resources

May 31, 2017

What Would An Ethicist Do: Tell The Truth About The Bake Goods?

Posted by Mike Spurr

The Dilemma: You have been working at a bakery for several years. On the evenings you and your manager close together, you have been divvying up what’s left of the baked goods and taking them home. Both of you have been struggling financially,...

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Posted in Dilemmas: What Would You Do?

May 24, 2017

Kudos: A Sure Fire Skill for Employers

Posted by Tyler Burke
Reading Time: 4 minutes
 

Your employee, Travis, was on fire yesterday. Out of his last twenty sales calls, fifteen walked away making a purchase. With plenty of reason to feel proud, Travis approaches you to provide an update. Expecting an...

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Posted in Human Resources

May 18, 2017

How To Use Company Events To Build Unshakable Culture

Posted by Joseph Havey

 Reading Time: 7 minutes

 

“Well, you just hop on, kick off and keep pedaling,” a colleague’s older cousin instructed him as he held his first bike. But, according to my colleague, the following hour proved that learning how to ride a bike was...

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Posted in Culture

May 10, 2017

Why Are You Destroying Your Chances At Managing Millennials?

Posted by Vincent Nyamu

 

 Reading Time: 4 minutes.

 

“Where is Charles? Has anyone seen Charles?” Tony asked everyone at the meeting. Being one of the youngest in the room, I knew our CEO was not too fond of managing millennials, substantiated by his next question to...

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Posted in Employee Engagement

May 03, 2017

5 Reasons Your Ethics Training Program Is Not Working

Posted by Joseph Havey

Estimated reading time: 9 minutes

 

There was a company in the late 1990s that would forever change the face of corporate America – by going bankrupt. At the time, it was the largest bankruptcy in American history. Endless stories of corruption...

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Posted in Dilemmas: What Would You Do?, Leadership, Compliance

April 26, 2017

How to Motivate Employees so Your Company Thrives

Posted by Tyler Burke

Reading Time: 4 minutes.

Monday is already here after a speedy weekend and you, the CEO, roll into your company’s parking lot (maybe in your Lamborghini?). You’re in a pleasant mood after just listening to the new upbeat song on the radio...

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Posted in Employee Engagement

April 19, 2017

How To Destroy Corporate Bottlenecks: Demonstrate Your Value System

Posted by Bryttany Curran

 

Last month, our CEO, Fulton Breen spoke to the Raleigh-Wake Human Resources Management Association’s monthly meeting, where he covered the topic “Alignment Analytics Point the Way to a Stronger Culture.”

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Posted in Dilemmas: What Would You Do?

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