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Dan Rose

Happy, engaged employees are more productive. They’re more likely to stick around. They’re more likely to say great things about you and your company. But not all companies have budgets that include thousands of dollars designated for “happiness.”  You might not have a ping-pong table or gourmet lunches.  But, even without all those perks, you can create an environment that’s honest, fun, and flexible. Here…


Cameron Bishop

It’s a fact: Employees who are engaged in their work—who like what they’re doing, believe their work is important, are included in “big picture” decisions and feel true appreciation for their efforts—perform far more effectively than those who don’t. One of the basic tenets of humanity is the desire to be appreciated. This comes in many forms, yet the function is the same. In most…


Cameron Bishop

We’re in an ever-changing work environment today—the world is smaller and a homogeneous workplace rarely exists. Today, leaders deal with a variety of employees across generational and cultural lines, each with their own values, beliefs, work ethics and needs. It is the mosaic of people who bring a variety of backgrounds, styles and perspectives as assets to the groups and organizations with which they interact. In…


Cameron Bishop

Nobody has to tell you—creating an atmosphere of employee accountability and trust can be difficult. You have to set clear performance expectations … deliver constant feedback … and have a strategy for follow-through when employees aren’t meeting the mark. And you have to do it all without coming off as a tyrant or micromanager. Even more importantly, when you have to come down on someone,…


Cameron Bishop

“Charisma is the result of effective leadership, not the other way around.”— Warren Bennis and Burt Nanus; Leaders: The Strategies for Taking Charge When we think of leadership, invariably we tend to think of people with magnetic personalities and towering charisma. They may give inspirational speeches and have moments of greatness. Charisma is like art—hard to define, but everyone knows it when they see it. But, is having…


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