Managers tend to blame their turnover problems on everything under the sun, while ignoring the crux of the matter: people don't leave jobs; they leave managers.
Missed a deadline? Lost an important client? Facing an unexpected competitor? Stay calm and react with a plan.
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When our goal is to add value to the marketplace and our fellow man, our lifestyle will change and wealth tends to follow our efforts.
While taking a trip with your team is definitely fun, there are also lessons you can learn from the experience.
No one starts a business and does everything right, but if you're going to make mistakes, why not share those missteps with other budding entrepreneurs and help them avoid the same pitfalls?
In today's work world, employees want to feel like they are a part of the decision-making process. Millennials, especially, want managers who give them the freedom to do their jobs and trust they will deliver.
Here are a few phrases you can use to help in those challenging moments that could escalate into conflict.
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A recent survey revealed that one in four applicants have exaggerated the truth to get hired.
These types of overseers can suck every ounce of ambition out of you and leave you frustrated, angry and annoyed all at the same time.
Major losses force entrepreneurs to make hard decisions. These decisions almost always turn your life to a new chapter where the stakes are higher and the wins are bigger.
To become better at something, you need to take action, remain focused and stay motivated.
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