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Dan Rose

A manager’s motivation for giving negative feedback to an employee should be to encourage change — to help the employee grow, get better results, or stop doing something that is holding back success. While there are obviously differences in people’s receptiveness to corrective feedback, in general, research shows that people believe constructive criticism is essential to their career development. Millennials, in fact, crave feedback. Some…


Cameron Bishop

If employee motivation were as easy as handing out a few rewards as a bonus for a job well done, a manager’s job would be simple. You could set up your rewards program, sit back, and watch it happen. As a manager, you know that guiding employees to greatness works nothing like that. You must learn how to motivate people. And the first lesson is…


Dan Rose

Do you think you need to improve your business writing skill? More importantly, does your boss or co-workers think you need to improve your business writing skill? I once worked with a guy in sales that looked good and sounded great when he talked to you. Yet, he never was anything more than an average salesperson, always sitting in the middle of the sales numbers…


Dan Rose

Every year, the first Friday in June is National Doughnut Day.  Other than honoring my favorite forbidden food, the genesis of the day has an absolutely fascinating history that most people have forgotten or never knew. It celebrates the doughnut and honors the Salvation Army Lassies, the women that served doughnuts to soldiers during WWI. In 1917, four American women ventured to within a couple miles…