Managing Employees

9 Quotes on Growth From Leaders of Young, Hot Companies
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9 Quotes on Growth From Leaders of Young, Hot Companies

These takeaways were all said at The New Web's recent conference in New York City.
Zach Cutler
Ever Talk About Non-Work Stuff With Your Employees? Do It. They Will Love You.
Leadership

Ever Talk About Non-Work Stuff With Your Employees? Do It. They Will Love You.

Simple things like showing your staff members that you truly care about them can transform you from a good manager into a great leader.
Mitchell Harper
What You Can Learn From Hollywood on Hiring and Managing Employees
Human Resources

What You Can Learn From Hollywood on Hiring and Managing Employees

From having a great reputation as a director, eliminating the wage gap and avoiding divas -- the movie industry is ripe with case studies.
Andre Lavoie
5 Tips to Master the Delicate Art of Delegation
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5 Tips to Master the Delicate Art of Delegation

Despite how painful it may be, delegation is a critical skill all leaders must have to be successful.
Clark Valberg
How to Keep Employees Productive at the End of the Year
Employee Engagement

How to Keep Employees Productive at the End of the Year

Work can be calibrated between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day to maintain momentum and enjoy the holidays.
Matt Straz
3 Ways to Increase Employee Vitality as You Grow
Employee Morale

3 Ways to Increase Employee Vitality as You Grow

Setting expectations and getting to know your team members personally will keep them engaged at your expanding company.
Maria Haggerty
3 Reasons Why Your Best Employees Leave for New Opportunities
Employee Retention

3 Reasons Why Your Best Employees Leave for New Opportunities

Keep good people for the long term by helping them on their career paths, offering profit sharing and promoting from within.
Andre Lavoie
Having Problems With a Key Employee? Remember: No One Is Irreplaceable.
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Having Problems With a Key Employee? Remember: No One Is Irreplaceable.

Don't be held hostage by a self-made VIP who's wreaking havoc at your company.
Doug and Polly White
15 Business Tips Every Entrepreneur Should Know
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15 Business Tips Every Entrepreneur Should Know

Behind every failed company are dysfunctional, delusional, or incompetent business leaders. Don't be one of them.
Steve Tobak
5 Ways to Take the Wind Out of Your Future Leaders' Sails
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5 Ways to Take the Wind Out of Your Future Leaders' Sails

CEOs must invest in -- not discourage -- the development of team members who can carry the torch of the company.
Shawn Doyle
Dan Price Says Personal Cost of Salary Plan Was Worth It
Dan Price

Dan Price Says Personal Cost of Salary Plan Was Worth It

Speaking at the Entrepreneur360 conference, the Gravity Payments CEO says his radical decision to cut his salary and raise it for his employees isn't right for every company.
Ray Hennessey
4 Strategies for Hiring the Right People at Your Startup
Hiring

4 Strategies for Hiring the Right People at Your Startup

Opening your doors to the wrong employee can be a costly mistake. Know where and how to recruit your next team member.
Brian de Haaff
6 Ways to Prevent Your Talented New Hire From Getting Poached
Hiring

6 Ways to Prevent Your Talented New Hire From Getting Poached

Reneged offers are on the rise for some who have barely even started a job. Here's what you can do to minimize the odds of that happening to you.
Jessica Gilmartin
How to Transform Difficult Employees Into Team Players
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How to Transform Difficult Employees Into Team Players

The suck-up. The gossip. The underachiever. Every office has one or all of these types. Here are ways to turn them around.
Andre Lavoie