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Stop Telling These Lies to Your Employees

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Do you want your employees to excel? Do you want to offer them opportunities to grow? As a manager and leader of teams your main objective is to motivate, engage and retain the best talent possible.  I don’t believe these lies are told with malice. In fact I believe that …

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Are Employee Perceptions Driven By Point of View or Opinion?

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  Point of view, although frequently used as a justification for an opinion, is better used to explain your experience to those who do not have the benefit of your “camera” angle. Have you experienced a conversation with a member of your team who presents a negative opinion (drawing a …

Louise HallerAre Employee Perceptions Driven By Point of View or Opinion?
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Beat People with a Carrot

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There are a lot of people out there who give bosses a bad rap. They love to get a switch from a tree to beat their employees. Really sadistic bosses like to have the employee go get the switch that will be used for the beating. Bad bosses use a switch. …

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Stop Leaving Your Employees Out to Dry

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You hold a kick-off meeting, sign them up for training or rollout some next new thing. You provide a buffet of all of this great information and that is where the support ends. The end of the meeting, the end of training or the end of the rollout is the …

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People, People, People

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In real estate the driving force is location, location, location. In business it is people, people, people. Your employees can make or break you. They are the largest part of the success equation. They are precious resources that should be valued, respected and treated fairly. We invest so much in …

Jason CortelPeople, People, People