Posts tagged with employee leadership training

Bad Managers Are the No. 1 Reason People Leave Their Jobs

Posted on February 1, 2019 by | Leave a comment

If you asked the typical employer why most people decide to leave their jobs, many are still under the impression that it has to do with finding better financial gratification elsewhere. However, a recent study by Gallup revealed this to be true only 12% of the time. Yes, only 12% of employees leave... read more

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Ten Tenets of Effective Leadership

Posted on January 8, 2019 by | Leave a comment

Being an effective leader goes beyond the outdated paradigm of, “I’m the boss; do what I say.” A successful leader of any organization must learn how to break with tradition and take forward action in order to make a positive difference in the organization.  Vision and Strategy A leader... read more

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Unleashing Talent – How to Empower Employees

Posted on December 19, 2018 by | Leave a comment

Unleashing Talent  Empowering Individuals Have you ever watched a leashed animal? Let’s use the ordinary example of someone taking a dog for a walk on a leash. The dog walks along at the pace the owner sets. The dog can go only so far before being tugged back by the leash. Then what happens ... read more

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Challenge The Process

Posted on May 27, 2017 by | Leave a comment

Stellar leadership does not happen overnight, it is an arduous process. One of the most important challenges that a leader faces is overcoming their natural inclination to maintain the status quo. A business cannot reach its true potential unless a visionary leader is able to push through the glass ... read more

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Lead from the bottom up, not from the top down.

Posted on August 6, 2015 by | Leave a comment

Your decision to lead from the bottom up is the decision to be a servant leader. Servant Leadership Theory The phrase “servant leadership” was coined by Robert K. Greenleaf in his 1970 essay “The Servant as Leader.” Though the idea of leading through service has been around for centuries a... read more

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The Silent Employee Engagement Killer: Status Quo

Posted on February 15, 2015 by | Leave a comment

One of the greatest challenges of making it in today’s competitive marketplace is to find creative ways of keeping employees engaged. There is nothing worse than losing your star employees to a competitor, which can be a blow to any company’s success. This may not only result in lost profits ove... read more

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How to Keep Your Best Employees from Walking Out the Door

Posted on January 5, 2015 by | Leave a comment

So, why do talented employees leave? While it is definitely one of the top contributing factors, most research has shown that money is rarely the only reason an employee chooses to leave a company. It is usually a combination of a variety of other reasons that often has the biggest influence on a... read more

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Listen With Your Feet

Posted on January 5, 2015 by | Leave a comment

Listening is the manager’s most important leadership skill Therefore… Get off your high horse Get off your computer Get out of your office Get out of the board room and …Get on your feet! If you truly want to listen to your employees, use your feet. Listen by Walking Aro... read more

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Employee Engagement Surveys – Why Asking the Right Questions Matter

Posted on December 30, 2014 by | Leave a comment

Many leaders have made ample use of employee engagement surveys in the past, only to come to the realization that they have failed to sustain a minimal rate of employee turnover at the company. There are many reasons as to why this occurs, many of which will be highlighted in this article. Let’... read more

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Disengagement is a Defining Mega-Trend in Today’s World

Posted on December 14, 2014 by | Leave a comment

A disproportionate number of people are now joining the “lost generation” club – a group of individuals who are becoming more and more disengaged from their workplace and school environment, leading to as much as $4.7 trillion in lost productivity. Disengagement is now a defining trend that... read more

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