“I’m the boss. Do as I say!” is probably the worst thing you could say to your employees. Saying such words will throw your business into the gutter.
If you work in management, it’s important to realize that high turnover rates are management’s fault. Find out why often, employees have no choice but to hate or despise you.
This infographic shows us some hard facts about what people are actually getting paid to do at work — most of which isn’t in their job descriptions!
There’s nothing worse than having your professional reputation and happiness ruined by a “slanderous office verbal ninja” creeping around in the shadows spreading gossip and career-hampering innuendo.
Having a happy team that enjoys spending time together is essential to the success of most businesses. However, this one tip is often “discouraged” rather than embraced by employers.
Prepare to employ the following employee motivation tactics in order to shake things up at the office and get your team flourishing instead of floundering…
Nobody likes sitting around in a boring meeting that has no clear agenda or outcome. We’ve all been there. Engagement expert and best-selling author, Jon Petz explains how to avoid unproductive business meetings that lead nowhere.
The popular phrase ” ‘Poop’ runs down hill,” is very true. The enthusiasm and performance of your sales/marketing team also relies on a similar trickle-down effect from you, the leader.
Some of the following factoids about McDonald’s restaurants will come as no surprise. At least a few will cause your eyebrows to furrow. Still others will definitely make your jaw drop!
Often poor productivity and performance among employees is entirely management’s fault. Read these 10 common management mistakes that kill productivity, along with easy solutions to prevent and/or fix them.
Starting out in a new job isn’t easy. Here’s 5 great tips for maximizing the impact you have on your new team and customers.
The following 25 quotes really drive the concept of their being no “I” in “team” and are a great way to start, or end a team meeting.
Employee burnout not only holds your business back from making progress, it’s the number one reason behind high absenteeism and turnover rates — all of which costs you money!
There are 5 simple “languages” that people use to bond and feel valuable when working on a team. Knowing which trait each member of your team has is the key to good communication and a happy work environment.