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Want to Improve Office Morale? Recognize Good Work. (Infographic)
Managing Employees

Want to Improve Office Morale? Recognize Good Work. (Infographic)

Here are some of the best ways to acknowledge a job well done.
Nina Zipkin
Managing the Unmanageable: The 6 Most Common Types of Difficult Employees
difficult employees

Managing the Unmanageable: The 6 Most Common Types of Difficult Employees

You've met these people as co-workers. But now that you're in charge, what do you do about them?
Beth Miller
Why the CEO Needs to Be the 'Consistent Emotional Orchestrator'
Feelings

Why the CEO Needs to Be the 'Consistent Emotional Orchestrator'

Sincerely caring for the well-being of your team is a profound competitive advantage.
Greg Salsburg
For More Results, Make the Switch to a Minimalist Managerial Style
Managing Employees

For More Results, Make the Switch to a Minimalist Managerial Style

Effective leaders set the tone, point the direction and then mostly get out of the way.
Larry Alton
7 Secrets to Employee Happiness
Employee Morale

7 Secrets to Employee Happiness

For a company to be successful, employees need to want to push the needle forward. Here is how to ensure they are satisfied with their job.
Avoid These 5 Small-Business HR Mistakes
Managing Employees

Avoid These 5 Small-Business HR Mistakes

Not heeding these warnings can lead to costly mistakes, such as litigation and employee turnover.
Andre Lavoie
The 7 Golden Rules of Leadership
Leadership

The 7 Golden Rules of Leadership

Leaders who value their teams and aren't reluctant to share credit are the ones who achieve the most.
Marty Fukuda
How You Can Take a Vacation Without Your Business Falling Apart
Managing Remote Teams

How You Can Take a Vacation Without Your Business Falling Apart

Here are five steps to ensure your vacation time will be one of relaxation, not stress.
David and Carrie McKeegan
From an Extra Bedroom to 20 Stores and Counting: How Kendra Scott Created a Multimillion-Dollar Jewelry Empire
Grow Your Business

From an Extra Bedroom to 20 Stores and Counting: How Kendra Scott Created a Multimillion-Dollar Jewelry Empire

In 2002, Kendra Scott started a business selling handcrafted earrings door to door. Last year, Kendra Scott Design took in $75 million in revenue and is opening new locations across the country.
Laura Entis
For the Most Productive Workplace, Assign Employees the Work They Do Best
Employee Training

For the Most Productive Workplace, Assign Employees the Work They Do Best

Researchers are finding managers get much more from employees by playing to their strengths than trying to bolster their weaknesses.
Heather R. Huhman
How Pruning Can Help Build an Awesome Workplace Culture
Firing

How Pruning Can Help Build an Awesome Workplace Culture

Stay focused on your top performers, keep observant of those who aren't, and you'll be stronger for it over the long haul
Patrick Proctor
10 Inspirational Quotes That Will Help You Excel On and Off the Golf Course
Inspiration

10 Inspirational Quotes That Will Help You Excel On and Off the Golf Course

With the Masters just teeing off, golf's greatest players offer up advice on how to put your best foot forward at work.
Craig Cincotta
In Praise of the Stealth Leader: The Oft-Unsung Hero of the Office
Leadership

In Praise of the Stealth Leader: The Oft-Unsung Hero of the Office

It's the lucky workplace with a captain who subtly guides the team to success from behind the scenes.
Marty Fukuda
How to Make Your Startup Team Its Most Valuable Asset
Team-building

How to Make Your Startup Team Its Most Valuable Asset

The heart of every startup is a team that thrives on the prospect of breaking new ground and one-upping itself as it works to change its industry's game.