How to Inspire and Motivate the Employees in Your Company

At the core of every great leader is the desire to inspire and motivate those around them. And when you’re on the leadership team in a company, your tenure depends upon it. Inspiring and motivating is easier said than done. It takes more than a motivational poster or a stern reminder to inspire your employees. […]

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The Delicate Balance of Delegating

A truism in the management/leadership world is that “People quit managers, not companies.” And the number one reason that people quit managers is because of poor delegation. Either the manager is overly controlling–not allowing employees to make decisions about their work–or overly permissive, and chaos reigns in the workplace because there is no real supervision […]

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Fast Tracking Trust with Employees

Trust is the foundation for most important relationships and can take time to build, but in a business relationship, particularly between employer and employee, time is of the essence. A trustworthy leader is a powerful asset to any business, so bridging the gap between employer and employee quickly is key. Be relatable Being respected and […]

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Is Data Driving Your Training Decisions?

The Association for Talent Development’s (ATD) 2017 State of the Industry Report reports that spending on employee learning has increased. Organizations spent $1,273 per employee in 2016, compared with $1,252 in 2015. In addition, the average number of formal learning hours used per employee also grew, reaching 34.1 hours in 2016, up from 33.5 hours […]

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How Would You Rate Your 360 Rating Scale?

Whether you’re designing your own survey or researching a potential 360 feedback purchase, chances are good that the rating scale is not at the top of your list of critical success factors. When it comes to high-quality assessments, much of the focus tends to be on things like the reporting output, the survey platform, and […]

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