Exemplifying Employee Engagement

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Organizations strive largely because of their employees. But what happens when your employees are disengaged? According to the 2013 State of the American Workplace Report, 70 percent of American workers are dissatisfied with their job, creating an atmosphere where many … Read More

New Year’s Resolutions: What Should I Do as a Leader?

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The New Year is an exciting time for rejuvenation—for self and business. As such, resolutions are made, but how long do these resolutions actually last? We see gyms overcrowded for the first few months into the New Year with individuals … Read More

Employee Empowerment: Tips for Keeping Retail Employees Engaged

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The holiday season for retail workers mean one thing: busy, busy, busy.  With stores starting their Black Friday sale on Thanksgiving, more employees are needed to man the store. In fact, CareerBuilder’s Annual Survey concluded that 39% of hiring managers … Read More

Getting Past the Peter Principle

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Our guest blogger is Tina R. Shaw. Tina is a Coach and Consultant specializing in leadership development, supporting change, and facilitating learning. Contact Tina at tina.r.shaw@gmail.com. Most of us have heard of the Peter Principle, but in case you haven’t, it is … Read More