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Do You Keep Your Employee's Guessing?
Have you ever wondered why employees don't do what you ask them to do? Why can't they follow the simplist of insructions? Have you ever thought that perhaps the problem doesn't lie with the employees? Perhaps the problem is you. Does your communication style keep the employee guessing?
Make Yourself Indispensible - A Book Review
101 Ways to Make Yourself Indispensible at Work by Carol Silvas, provides just that - 101 tips and techniques to improve your skills and gain a competitive edge in the workplace.
How to Tame the Meeting Beast
How many meetings do you attend in the average month, week or day? Have you ever asked yourself why you canít ever get any work done? Here are some timely tips on taming the meeting beast.
Are you an Effective Boss?
Leadership skills are the cornerstone of any effective organization. Authors Stephen E. Kohn and Vincent D. O'Connell share insights on effective leadership in their book 6 Habits of Highly Effective Bosses.
How to Deliver Bad News
Think back to the last time you had to deliver bad news. Did you experience nightmares and cold chills? It's no surprise. Bad news can have a huge impact on morale, work relationships and productivity. While it may never get easier, here are some simple ways to deliver bad news.
Understanding Career Savvy
How often do you stop and take a moment to analyze your sucesses and failures? Performing well is wonderful. Truth be told, however, we learn more from our failures. Learning from our mistakes in the workplace is an art. The art known as career savvy.
How to Decrease Employee Burnout
Burnout is a very real part of today's workforce. Increased workloads and decreased staffing have created a workplace nightmare. Unfortunately, the bottom line is that customer service suffers as a result. Here are five proactive steps to take to decrease burnout and increase customer service.
How to deal with an Excuse Maker
They are in every workplace. The co-worker or supervisor that has an excuse for everything. You know who they are. They refuse to accept responsibility for anything. What is the best way to handle the excuse maker? While they may continue to make excuses - it's time to hold them accountable.
Ethics in the Workplace
How important are ethics in the workplace? As employees, managers and supervisors, we make decisions every day. Our actions and decisions are a direct reflection of our core values and beliefs. Understanding ethics in the workplace is key to a successful career and organization.
Self Employed? Be a Good Employer to Yourself
Why is it when we are self employed, we treat ourselves like the worst employee on the planet? You deserve to be treated better. Here are some steps you can take to be a better employer - to yourself!
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