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How to use Ethics Training to Infuse Company Values With Work Culture

Posted by Tyler Burke

 

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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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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

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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Disciplining Employees who are Friends

Posted by Tyler Burke

Reading Time: 4 minutes.

One morning, you wake up with the butterflies in your stomach. You know you have something unpleasant to attend to at work and boy you are dreading it. On the way to work, you make a brief stop at Starbucks to grab...

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Posted in Human Resources, Managing

The Crucial Change That Will Make You See Training New Employees As A Way To Create Agile Leaders [interview with Vicki Swisher]

Posted by Katie Marshall

Reading Time: 5 minutes

 

There is a direct connection between the growth of your people and your company’s success. If your people are successful, your company will be, too - which means training new employees is a necessary, and even a...

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Posted in Human Resources, Culture

Here's How to Build a Winning Referral Program

Posted by Joseph Havey

Reading Time: 7 minutes

 

“A workforce of great people not only does great work, it attracts more great people. The best workers are like a herd: They tend to follow each other.”  

 

This claim comes from Google executives Eric Schmidt and...

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Posted in Human Resources, Impacting KPI's

Crush Turnover with a Sticky Strong Culture for Millennials and Beyond

Posted by Joseph Havey
Any HR manager knows turnover is expensive, for many reasons. When filling positions, the HR staff is forced to take time away from other opportunities such as building a strong culture or ensuring employees understand compliance . But... Read More

Posted in Culture, Human Resources, Impacting KPI's

What does Engaged Mean? A Simple Tool For Your Missing Answers [part 3 of 3]

Posted by Vincent Nyamu

The Right Tool

What does engaged mean? You've learned why engagement is important [part 1]and also who is a part of an engaged culture [part 2] but what do you do now? As the famous martial artist and philosopher, Bruce Lee once  said,

“Knowing...

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Posted in Employee Engagement, Culture, Human Resources

Why A Bad Employee Can Make A Good Manager

Posted by Katie Marshall

They missed deadlines, failed projects, and seem steps away from not working for you anymore. They're a "bad employee" - but what if they have all of the qualities of a very good manager? Without opening your mind, you may be missing a prime...

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Posted in Managing, Human Resources

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