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People skills

Employee Retention

4 Rules for Keeping the Staff (You Want) on Staff

Employee retention is keeping CEOs the world over awake at night, but it's not that hard to sleep a little easier.

5 Benefits of Teaching Young Children About Entrepreneurship

Kids taught about business early value money and have a better work ethic.

Take Some Time to Think Things Through

Jill Hebert, founder and CEO of Matrex, says it's best to always put yourselves in the other person's shoes.

How You Can Use the Counterintuitive Genius of the Benjamin Franklin Effect to Your Advantage

'He that has once done you a kindness will be more ready to do you another, than he whom you yourself have obliged.'

Recognize People for Who They Are, Not Who You Want Them to Be

As a team leader, it's good to push some but also make sure all are engaged and productive -- on their terms, not yours.

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