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It’s a problem in almost every organization. You hire, train and develop outstanding employees, but then they bolt for a new job with another organization seemingly at the drop of a hat. Why is it so hard to retain good employees in today’s marketplace? Part of the problem is because great employees don’t need very much care and maintenance to do their jobs. They’re high-performing…


Delegating is an important part of being a manager. But, it can be tricky if you aren’t able to let it go. Most employees can’t stand it when you hand them something to do and hover nearby to see how it’s going. But, in your mind, you’re doing the right thing. After all, what if the employee fails to do it right?  You’re pretty sure…


Figuring out new and creative ways to recognize and reward employees can be incredibly challenging. And, if you’re working with a limited budget – or no budget at all – you just have to get more personal. Research proves that happy employees who feel appreciated by their managers and companies are far more productive. They get better results and are more loyal to their organizations than…


Today’s great business leaders don’t try to force the old rules of management onto today’s diverse workforce. They don’t try to fit square pegs into round holes. Instead, they actively seek out coaching and mentoring opportunities with employees to lead their teams to success. It’s through mentoring that your most valued employees can realize their full potential and achieve great things for your company. Today’s younger…


Any report you read about employee engagement show that a large percentage of employees leave their jobs due to dissatisfaction with their bosses. And, every year, Gallup polls show that around 50%-60% of American workers are completely satisfied with their bosses. These same polls show that just 30% of all employees are actively engaged at work. OK, awesome boss … you’ve got your work to…


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