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Few people enjoy confrontation, and nobody likes the few who do, but it's your job to speak up for the good of the company.
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Employees who enjoy coming to work are naturally much more invested in the wellbeing of the company than employees who don't.
3 Ways Over-Delivering Value Gives Entrepreneurs an Advantage
Go over and above for the people you serve, and you will enjoy the benefits of an abundant relationship.
This Is How I Manage Freelance Workers and Why It Works
Building long-term but flexible relationships assures you the talent you need, when you need it, at price you can afford.
What Big Companies Can Learn From the Entrepreneurial World
Thinking more like an entrepreneur is an important factor that will help large companies succeed.
How Amazon Aligns Employee Experience and Business Results
Managing expectations is as important for the employees you recruit as it is for the customers you woo.
What Clark Griswold's 'Christmas Vacation' Teaches Us About the Employee Experience
The Christmas comedy classic brilliantly reveals the consequences of failing to meet the unspoken, but not unreasonable, expectations employees have.
Great Leaders Do More Than Manage Expectations, They Align Them
Managing expectations produces employee satisfaction. Aligning expectations produces loyalty.
6 Features of Entrepreneurship We Tend to Over-Exaggerate
If you're entering an entrepreneurial path, keep your expectations -- good and bad -- in check, regardless of what you hear.