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How to Get Your Top Talent to Quit

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The Society for Human Resource Management indicates that it costs 6-9 months’ salary, on average, to hire and train a new employee. When you factor in the loss of tribal knowledge when your best employees leave the amount is immeasurable. Your best employees want to be satisfied and fulfilled in …

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The 5 P’s of Coaching for Success

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Coaching is the most important activity and it is everyone’s responsibility. There are coaching opportunities all around and coaching isn’t just about job skill. Coaching is about the whole person from skill to behaviors to thought processes. Coaching is also about identifying management and systems roadblocks and inefficiencies. Call them …

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7 Steps To Fix a Toxic Culture Like Uber’s

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It all began in 2014 when it was identified that the arrogance and frat-boy behavior was the foundation of the mindset of Uber’s executives, yet they changed nothing. Fast forward 3 years and the CEO is caught on video berating an Uber driver who complained about declining wages. A former …

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7 Ways Leadership Ego Kills Employee Engagement

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Employee engagement is always on the radar of organizations. Research indicates that if employees are engaged with the company their job satisfaction levels increase. Employees that are engaged and satisfied are very invested in the success of the business and have a high level of commitment and loyalty. It is …

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When You Can’t Change Get Off the Team

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Everyone knows that the only thing that is constant is change. Despite that fact, everyone doesn’t understand it. Maybe change is one of those “it won’t happen to me” things. Whatever the reason, we inherently resist change and in some cases try to foil it. Resisting change or purposefully placing …

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