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Here are three more interviews for getting to know your best talent even better and remembering why they were such a great pick in the first place.
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Offering your employees optional workshops on stress management, personal finance and work-life balance could be a smart move for business owners.
To ensure one-on-one meetings are productive, managers need to maximize their time while also providing information employees can use.
Without innovation, enterprises get too "comfortable" with past successes, and eventually go out of business.
Surprise the people around you, in business and relationships. You might end up surprised yourself.
Should leaders be hired and rewarded solely because of tenure and recent monetary achievements? Some say a skill in inspiring others to excel is more important.
In a time of exceptional growth, managers in tech can't afford to keep losing female employees.
Good leaders will steer a company in the right direction, while bestowing confidence in people they work with at their business.
March Madness serves as an excellent reminder to the value of the huddle. For one company, it has become an invaluable way to start and end the day.
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Employee Stock Ownership
Many people agree that giving employees an ownership stake, especially at a startup, is a surefire way to motivate them to bring their very best to the company.