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Five Effective Communication and Leadership Skills

by Judith E. Glaser The Caring Effect… Take Five Steps Forward All people have deep-seated needs for meaning, purpose, connection, and inclusion that they want—and expect—to fulfill at work. How can you leverage your people’s social and psychological needs to … Continue reading

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Five Ways Leaders Can Boost Employee Engagement

by Judith E. Glaser The key is to use your conversational intelligence (C-IQ)—your capacity to connect—to recognize social and psychological needs and translate this awareness into conversations that meet these needs. Here are five steps you can take now: Step … Continue reading

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Managers, Is It Better to Coach or Delegate?

by Holly Green Have you ever wondered why the head of a baseball team is called the manager and the head of a basketball team is called the coach? Beyond the obvious differences between the two sports, the answer lies in how … Continue reading

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Are Your Employees Just Waiting to Bolt?

by Holly Green The employment pendulum seems to be swinging back to the employee side. How do you keep employees from getting “happy feet” when their job options increase? Here’s some interesting news. According to the Department of Labor, unemployment … Continue reading

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