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Employee Morale

Science of Success

To Get Along With Difficult People, Try This Research-Backed Approach

There's a real power in putting yourself in someone else's shoes.
Bad Bosses

Being a 'Boss' Entrepreneur Doesn't Mean You Have to Be Selfish

To truly achieve success in business, save the drama for Netflix and choose gratitude and generosity instead.
Employee Management

'Let's Be Friends': Bad Idea When That Person is Your Employee?

So, is it a good thing hang out outside work? The straight answer is probably no.
Managing Teams

3 Signs That Managers, Not Employees, Are the Problem With Performance Management

When employees leave, morale drops and performance stagnates, you definitely have an "uh-oh" situation on your hands.
Leadership

The Vietnam War Is History But Teaches a Lesson Every Leader Must Still Learn

Great leadership is about seeing things as they are, not as you want them to be.
Accountability

Build a Culture of Accountability in 5 Steps

What do "accountable"employees do differently? They quickly acknowledge their mistakes and failures and learn from the experience.
Employee Morale

Are Your Co-Workers Driving You to Quit?

It's not just your boss who can drive you nuts. A host of factors can make co-workers unbearable.
Growth Strategies

How to Prevent Petty Conflicts and Nasty Rumors From Destroying Your Startup

Grudges and rivalries are a more dangerous threat to a growing company than any competitor.
Mental Health

5 Ways Leaders Can Promote Mental Strength in Employees

Employee mental health is a win-win for entrepreneurs who acknowledge there is a concern.
Perks

3 Misconceptions That Are Killing Your Recruiting Efforts

Doggie daycare and other perks are fun, but they aren't the last word in recruitment -- people are.
naps

Here's Your 'Doctor's Note': It's Time To Nap

A brain scientist explains how napping might just help solve one of the biggest problems of the modern workplace: engagement.
Autonomy

5 Ways to Integrate Employee Autonomy Into Your Culture

Go ahead, empower your staffers to work on their own. Then watch them thrive.
Firing

What Top Performers Can Learn From Disney's Firing of the Voice of Kermit the Frog

It comes to show that even at the highest level, you still need to be a team player.
Company Culture

4 Companies Share How to Instill Hope in Employees

One CEO pushed initiatives without sharing the company vision. That caused employees to doubt her. So, she changed.
Office Culture

Daymond John: Get Out of Your Office and Into the Mix

The 'Shark Tank' star shares why it is so important to break down the office walls to open up the communication flow.