Managers tend to blame their turnover problems on everything under the sun, while ignoring the crux of the matter: people don't leave jobs; they leave managers.
When our goal is to add value to the marketplace and our fellow man, our lifestyle will change and wealth tends to follow our efforts.
In today's work world, employees want to feel like they are a part of the decision-making process. Millennials, especially, want managers who give them the freedom to do their jobs and trust they will deliver.
As customers start rolling in, your company needs leadership and a strategy to stake out the road ahead. In short, it no longer needs a founder; it needs a manager.
For the best results, leaders must aim to have their teams functioning like the best sports franchises.
Whether you run a corporation, a business, or your own career, you'll need these four characteristics if you want to go places.
The idea that everyone needs to feel like a winner is turning us into a society of losers.
Looking to boost employee retention and happiness at your business? Follow in the footsteps of these 10 companies.
Getting all the components of a company working smoothly together first means getting managers on the same wave length.
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As a manager, you want your employees to feel like owners. So avoid words that say the opposite.
The basic lessons we learned in physics class tell you everything you need to do to run a successful business. Hit the books.
A single bad employee with a poor attitude can infect a team, department and possibly an entire organization.
Companies aren't democracies. At some point, leaders need to make decisions.
If you want to prevent a lack of senior executive involvement from becoming a client relationship-wrecking ball, consider implementing these three account-retention practices.
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