Managing Employees

5 Ways to Make Your Employees Happier and More Productive
Managing Employees

5 Ways to Make Your Employees Happier and More Productive

A more flexible work environment can help maximize productivity and alleviate burnout.
Dan Schawbel
5 Secrets to Coaching Your Employees to Greatness
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5 Secrets to Coaching Your Employees to Greatness

To integrate coaching into your talent management strategy, the following five steps should be taken.
Renée Robertson
'The Irrigation Effect': Why Your Employees Aren't Getting the Message
Communication Strategies

'The Irrigation Effect': Why Your Employees Aren't Getting the Message

Breaking down these three barriers will result in greater organizational vigor, more engaged employees and effective organizations.
Tracy Maylett
4 Steps to Manage Your Employees and Help Them Win
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4 Steps to Manage Your Employees and Help Them Win

Former CEO of GE was known for using the differentiation system, where employees always knew where they stood in the company. Here is how you can implement the strategy.
Clay Clark
7 Secrets to Finding Harmony in Work and Life
Work-Life Balance

7 Secrets to Finding Harmony in Work and Life

Don't think about work-life balance. Think instead of finding harmony between the two.
Ivan Misner
4 Ways for Control Freaks to Get Comfortable Delegating Tasks
Delegating

4 Ways for Control Freaks to Get Comfortable Delegating Tasks

Some things only you can do. Start trusting your team with everything else.
Jacqueline Whitmore
6 Ways to Improve Your Management Style
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6 Ways to Improve Your Management Style

Whether you're an old hat or a novice, the ever-shifting work landscape and the generational shift of workers entering it mean that what worked effectively one year may not work as well the next.
Stop Sugar-Coating Your True Opinion
Managing Employees

Stop Sugar-Coating Your True Opinion

Neither the company nor you are going to move forward if you don't say what you really think.
George Deeb
Money Is Nice, But It's Not Enough to Motivate Employees
Motivation and Retention

Money Is Nice, But It's Not Enough to Motivate Employees

Sure, there are superstars who will do amazing work without your input, but that's not how most people are.
Doug and Polly White
3 Common Leadership Mistakes That Make a Miserable Company Culture
Control What You Can

3 Common Leadership Mistakes That Make a Miserable Company Culture

Brilliant leaders make original errors. Mediocre leaders all do the same dumb stuff.
Jason Forrest
Why It's Smart to Treat Your Employees Like Your Best Customers
Managing Employees

Why It's Smart to Treat Your Employees Like Your Best Customers

Businesses that value employee satisfaction have no problems keeping their customers happy.
Matt Straz
How to Survive Losing Your Star Employee or Partner
Ready To Launch

How to Survive Losing Your Star Employee or Partner

There are ways to survive -- no matter how devastating a blow the departure might seem at the time.
Jayson DeMers
5 Ways Women Tend to Be More Engaging Bosses
Managing Employees

5 Ways Women Tend to Be More Engaging Bosses

There is mounting evidence that employees generally prefer women managers.
Heather R. Huhman
How the Founder of Squarespace Mastered the Tricky Role of CEO
Leadership

How the Founder of Squarespace Mastered the Tricky Role of CEO

Anthony Casalena started the website builder in his dorm room in 2003. Eleven years and hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue later, he's still running the company.
Laura Entis