Managing & Communicating

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Most of your workforce will never be engaged

February 16, 2015
It’s not always such a terrible thing for a worker to just go through the motions. But it means we need to change our conception of what workplace motivation looks like.
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Tales from the trenches: Epic fail on telecommuting request

February 11, 2015
“I think working from home two days a week would be a really good move for me,” Vicky told Fred after some not-quite-unnoticed nervous squirming in her seat. She really wanted this …
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4 tips to help employees be achievers

February 11, 2015
Gabriel Bristol, president and CEO of Intelicare Direct, a customer service solutions company with offices in Las Vegas and San Diego, offers four actions managers can share with their employees to help them step in and take charge of  their careers.
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Avoid a Twitter backlash

February 11, 2015
Don’t buy into the old adage that any publicity is good publicity. One bad tweet can cause outrage and tarnish your brand. Follow these tips to prevent a Twitter post from backfiring.
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5 reasons communication fails

February 11, 2015
When communication breaks down in the workplace, everything—from morale to performance—suffers. As a leader, you play a central role in keeping the lines open.
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Foster a collaborative workplace

February 11, 2015

When multiple people work together, they bring different strengths, perceptions and experiences to the table. That leads to stronger ideas, better decision making and faster problem solving. Use these tips to foster more collaboration among your employees.

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Pass every book check

February 11, 2015
The question always seems to come up, whether it’s at a party or just chatting with co-workers: “Read any good books lately?”
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4 phrases to avoid with your employees

February 11, 2015
Respectful communication not only enhances your leadership, but it also helps keep your employees from turning sour. And sour employees are more likely to file a lawsuit later.
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How to motivate minimum-wagers

January 30, 2015
Once you take on the responsibility of leading those on the very first rung of the corporate ladder, you’ll likely have to turn off your managerial auto-pilot and become more hands-on than you’re used to.
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Don’t overload workers on their first day

January 16, 2015
Here are three quick tips to help when you orient new employees.
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