Heather R. Huhman
Career and Workplace Expert; Founder and President, Come Recommended
Technology allows us to work all the time from everywhere and that creates leadership challenges often solved with more technology.
Researchers are finding managers get much more from employees by playing to their strengths than trying to bolster their weaknesses.
With the majority of adults owning smartphones with unlimited texting, texts are increasing seen as a professionally acceptable means of communication.
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Phone, in-person, even video interviews all have their unique advantages.
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Visualization is proven technique for athletes to amp up their performance. It works just as well in the office.
NBC's Brian Williams and Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald were caught in misstatements, awakening a discussion about workplace ethics.
Don't abandon hope. Low-performing employees can become high achievers with these techniques.
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The benefits of having experienced employees train those with less expertise are many.
Research shows that these incentives can sweeten the start for new employees.
Growing a Business
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Track time off taken by your staff and figure out how to prevent its impinging on healthy company coffers.