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Ethics of Business Videos & Getting Clear

Employees of a disengaged manager are four times as likely to be disengaged themselves. It’s contagious. Productivity suffers but also without thinking of the larger ramifications, a manager can lead employees to unethical behavior without realizing it.  Maybe it’s telling … Continue reading

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Leaders, Are You Communicating to Win?

by Holly Green Are you focused on winning and moving towards your goals and vision each day, celebrating milestones along the way? Or, do you play not to lose? When an organization lacks a clear destination, it usually has many ill-defined ones. Employees feel unmotivated … Continue reading

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Employee Engagement Approach Today Breeds Stagnation

by Timothy R. Clark Does it do any good to idly yearn to be engaged–to wait expectantly for the organization to engage you? Sure. Just expect to wait a long time. One of the keys to employee engagement is to … Continue reading

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How to Turn on Motivation in Disengaged Employees

Like him or hate him, Tony Robbins has come up with six motivators that dominate our human needs. CBS profiled these and we believe they’re similar to psychologist Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Know and use these six motivators to … Continue reading

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Business Cost of Employee Turnover

Ever wonder what your employees are doing behind their computers? Are they working or playing games? Tweeting or sharing photos with friends on Facebook?  What’s that costing your organization in lost productivity? Nearly 66% of employees are dis-engaged. 55% want out. … Continue reading

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The ROI of Training Managers to Become Leaders

We’re often asked how to train managers to become leaders. Usually what is behind this request is the need to get managers to make good decisions and inspire their team. However, the sad truth is that often star employees who … Continue reading

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Should Leaders Take Business Personally?

We have all learned that leadership has lost the edge it once had because leaders have been required to be good managers, not great leaders.  I have witnessed the weakening of leadership first hand.  Leaders are scared to make real … Continue reading

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The High Cost of a Disengaged Employees

Many companies think of ‘employee engagement’ as the icing on the cake, something nice to have but not necessary. They’re more concerned with teaching functional or hard skills. You know, ‘how do I get that employee trained on fulfilling an … Continue reading

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