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In each of my award winning monthly newsletters (2,500+ readers), I share some of my own thoughts on leadership and hiring issues, as well as highlighted top articles that I believe will make you better at your job.
In the absence of information, your team members feel left out and often go to the ‘dark side’. Over-communicating and make sure they know they’re being heard will go a long way to keeping them engaged.
Changes in social and technology shifts are moving quickly. Here are eight trends that we need to consider.
In a conversation, especially in a time of anxiety such as this pandemic, a clear and open line of communication does wonders for how your people feel by the end of your one-on-one sessions.
If you find your ‘noble purpose’, that is what makes what you do impactful and special, then you’re no longer thinking about the job. You’re making a difference.
As a leader, if you want to build a strong relationship with your team then you have to make sure they really understand what you need and what your style is. This Blueprint will do just that.
The graph above highlights the main reasons why employees fail. Leadership IQ produced a study from over 5,000 hiring managers who have collectively hired more than 20,000 employees during the study...
The vast majority of companies would love to find out the real reasons why these stars leave, yet few actually make a concerted effort to dig into the underlying causes of dissatisfaction beyond the standard exit interview. When this relationship ends most employees simply clam up for fear of burning bridges and believe that, oftentimes, little will actually change. So, here are some suggestions to help you dig into the real reasons they left you.
Knowing what you’ve accomplished, and what makes you special in the context of what’s important to your boss (or the marketplace), makes all the difference in the world when it comes to your career.
In the early stages of a technology company’s life, the founder usually pays him/herself whatever the company can afford and pays the employees as little as they possibly can. As the company...