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October 30, 2012
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Don’t let a dysfunctional culture interfere with your leadership Don't let a dysfunctional culture interfere with your leadership'
Here are some thoughts on how to retain your leadership integrity when it’s at odds with your organization’s values…
Learn how to brand yourself—all smart managers are doing it Career Development
Learn how to brand yourself—all smart managers are doing it A smart manager understands the concept of ‘branding’—and why it works—and has learned that employees will work harder when they are acknowledged, appreciated, and understood.
Three steps for better trust with your workforce MOTIVATION/ENGAGEMENT
Three steps for better trust with your workforce Trust with employees is a two-way street…
Make job descriptions work harder for you STAFFING
Make job descriptions work harder for you Job descriptions are useful tools in recruiting people, and they can also have a positive effect on employee orientation…
Get in line! Align goals for consistent motivation MOTIVATION/ENGAGEMENT
Get in line! Align goals for consistent motivation Follow these guidelines to get everyone on the same path…
Try staying attentive instead of interrupting COMMUNICATION
Try staying attentive instead of interrupting In the interest of accuracy, time, or impatience to make your own point, you may be tempted to interrupt your employees when they’re talking…
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