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The Most Common Reasons Why Employees Quit Their Jobs

Posted on July 11, 2020 by | Leave a comment

There are a number of reasons why employees quit their jobs. Some of them are family related, while others quit for career related reasons. When you wish to retain your employees over the long haul, the best way to do so is to put yourself in their shoes. An employer should also touch base with his ... read more

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How to Fast Track Employee Disengagement

Posted on June 24, 2020 by | Leave a comment

Employee engagement is enough to send most employers over the edge. It seems so straightforward and simple, yet all of your efforts seem to fall flat. That doesn’t mean that you’re doing everything wrong, in fact, you might have some great ideas but you have some wrong things that are pushing th... read more

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How To Keep Your Employees Happy

Posted on June 8, 2020 by | Leave a comment

There are some vital aspects that you need to work on to ensure that you keep your employees happy and retained. Company and Personal goals must align. Having similar values leads to superior employee support and engagements for the company’s goals. Company’s Culture. As employees and em... read more

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Hierarchy Of Needs Applied To Employee Engagement

Posted on February 12, 2020 by | Leave a comment

Abraham Maslow was an American psychologist who created the Hierarchy of Needs, a theory which argued that psychological health was dependent on the fulfilling of needs in order of priority. This theory put forward the idea that humans must have their basic needs met in order to pursue their own... read more

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Grassroots Leadership

Posted on January 30, 2020 by | Leave a comment

Our Collective Responsibility  Strategically Being Tactical  “The most important thing the captain can do is to see the ship from the eyes of the crew.” Commander D. Michael Abrashoff.  US Navy - USS BENFOLD INTRODUCTION The business environment has undergone dramatic transform... read more

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Employee Retention: Retain and Gain

Posted on November 22, 2019 by | Leave a comment

Some people are still mistakenly under the impression that employee turnover is a good thing. What a myth this is! Sure, it sometimes a good thing to remove the occasional bad egg from one’s workplace in order to bring in more productive workers, but many managers are baffled when they learn about... read more

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In Search of Work Utopia

Posted on November 15, 2019 by | Leave a comment

What exactly is work utopia and has it become far beyond your reach? The answers may surprise you! Most people spend up to half of their waking hours at work and quite simply hate what they do. How can they possibly lead a fulfilling life with such an attitude of demise? It is quite simply no way... read more

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Redefining Employee Engagement

Posted on April 5, 2019 by | Leave a comment

Human Resources apply the term “engagement” to denote an antiquated expression that typically refers to the willingness of an employee to exercise “discretionary effort”, which is evaluated annually through surveys. While discussing research, it was discovered that most companies feel the... read more

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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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Uncovering Your Leadership Blind Spot

Posted on March 20, 2018 by | Leave a comment

To gain a better understanding of your leadership strengths and deficiencies, take a look at yourself through the eyes of others. How we see ourselves is often very different from how we appear to others. Actions we believe reflect decisive or confident characteristics may come across as controll... read more

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