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How Poor Management Creates Zombie Employees (Infographic)

They're disengaged, bored and bad at what they do. Are they eating away at your company?

Jeffrey Fermin

2 Key Lessons From Disney That Help on Kickstarter and in Business

Walt Disney's vision and ability to deliver mind-blowing experiences can be applied in almost any setting.

John Brubaker

4 Tech Solutions That Are Also Problems When Managing Employees

Technology allows us to work all the time from everywhere and that creates leadership challenges often solved with more technology.

10 Simple Secrets You Need to Know to Increase Employee Engagement

Saying "thank you" and offering flexibility and authenticity are key -- and actually they're not "secrets" at all.

Setting Goals: 3 Steps to Igniting Workplace Engagement

Communicate a sense of purpose and give your team autonomy in their contributions, and you'll have a workforce committed to driving the company forward.

Alex Raymond

How to Build an Employee-Owned Business

These four steps will help you turn employees into engaged, invested coworkers.

What Millennials Want in a Workplace Really Isn't So Crazy After All

A new study from IBM posits that the generations are more similar that we might think.

Nina Zipkin

For True Employee Engagement, Follow These 6 Steps

Create a company where the team will put in extra discretionary effort, the sort required to create positive change.

Ray Gillenwater

5 Affordable Ways to Create a Work Environment that Engages Employees

Creating an open office that is orderly, comfortable and colorful costs little but dramatically improves productivity and job satisfaction.

Matt Straz

Engaging Employees, One Step at a Time

Cultivating a highly-engaged workforce takes time, but most of all, it requires intention.

Josh Stevens

To Boost Your Business Treat Employees as Well as Your Customers

Workers who feel neglected and poorly treated are not likle to treat customers any better.

Lower Employee Turnover and Improve the Bottom Line

Follow this five-pronged strategy to make staff departures exceedingly rare.

Gabriel Bristol