Low Employee Engagement Appears to be the Managers Fault

It has been said that people don’t leave companies, they leave people.  When an employee chooses to leave an organization it is more likely because they have reached a level of dissatisfaction in a relationship with their immediate supervisor.  This problem is more pervasive than employers like to admit.  When I asked leaders to tell

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ONE WORD Can Help You Get More Done in Less Time!

“If I have one more thing that doesn’t get done on schedule, I’m going to…!”   The frustration is mounting for many leaders around the world.  Everyone expects us to sprint to the expected outcomes; but at the same time the varied demands for our time and attention slow us down.  It begins to feel like

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Five Unique Ways a Manager Can Influence Others

Managers have a tremendous responsibility to influence others.  It is expected from the executive level that your influence will keep projects on target, help to improve productivity, and inspire employees to perform with excellence. Some managers exercise their influence in a dictatorial approach and get results; but usually short lived and with resentment.  Sadly, their

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