5 Questions Emotionally Intelligent Leaders Ask to Improve Employees’ Performance

Those searching for how to improve employees’ performance often wonder if they are giving the right commands, or dolling orders in the best way. Often, though, the most effective way to improve the performance of

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Leading With Positive Influence At Work While You Have Family Struggles

When you have a leadership role at work, it’s your job to make sure your workers are happy and working efficiently. You need to keep things running smoothly in every possible circumstance. If there is

By |Leadership, Workplace happiness|

Retaining Millennial Employees Through Inspirational Leadership

If you look at the workforce, it's clear to see that Millennials—young adults born between 1980 and 1994—are on the rise. By 2020, Millennials will make up almost half of the American workforce. They're often

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Can Corporate Diversity Change the World?

It’s not in my nature to wax philosophical or poetic about the world’s problems, but a recent article on Fortune concerning Google’s attempts to change the lack of diversity in their culture got me thinking:

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How to Tell Your Employees that Your Business is Struggling

It’s never an easy conversation and it’s more than likely something that you’d rather keep quiet. However, if your business is struggling, then you should seriously consider telling your staff. After all, employer-employee trust is

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Scaling The Team, Not Just The Business

Any business that is looking to grow is going to be undergoing some changes. Those changes can be demanding enough as a manager or employer overseeing it all. One of the most tenuous parts of

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Management Psychology 101: Practical Behaviorism in the Workplace

Using the words “practical" and "behaviorism” side-by-side may be a bit redundant if you’re at all familiar with the history of this school of psychology. At its root, it seeks to focus on what is

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How To Manage A Team Whilst Running A Business

Many business owners hire managers to do this for them because it means they can focus primarily on the running and success of their company, but not everyone has the resources to do this. Especially

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Leadership, Mentoring and Trust

Everything happens for a reason or at least it does for me. I had two occasions this past week where the topic of leadership and trust came up. In both situations I was involved in

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7 Keys to Make a Creative Team Successful

Isn’t it great to lead a group of creative people? You encounter unique ideas, whose combination always results in something great. However, a group of creatives is also difficult to manage. When those ideas are

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