Category Archives for "Support"

How Your Leaders Can Build Employee Trust In Your Company

Many leaders spend unlimited resources building a level of trust with customers or clients… but fail to take the  time to develop that same connection with their own team. But failing to connect with employees is a crucial mistake – one that can mean the difference between the company’s success and failure. A breakdown in […]

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Boomer Basics: Managing an Experienced Generation

Although more and more Baby Boomers are reaching retirement age every year, they still make up a significant portion of the American workforce. With workers of the Millennial generation recently being named the largest generation represented in the workplace, younger managers are supervising older employees every day. Here are some basics of managing workers in […]

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Take Action to Inspire Productivity

Today’s blog topic is “Take action to inspire Productivity”. Let’s begin by breaking down the components of this idea … Action As a verb, action means “put in effect”. Inspire As a verb, I like these definitions for inspire: “heighten or intensify”; “supply the inspiration for”; “spur or encourage especially by cheers or shouts”; and “fill […]

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How Leaders Can Learn To Delegate

Most professionals reach a point in their careers when they are told to “do less and lead more.” Translation: Delegate more to your people, so your time is freed up to be more strategic and to drive the organization, team, unit or yourself forward. Truly great leaders understand delegation is not an across-the-board management tactic […]

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