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Suffering from Burnout? 3 Ways to Get Yourself—and Your Team—Back on Track

Like most people, chances are that you were enthusiastic about your current job when you were first hired. You were excited about the new role, its challenges, and the people you would be working with. 557 more words

Employee Engagement

How To Maximize Employee Engagement

Overland Park, Kansas-based author Leigh Branham, along with Mark Hirschfeld, awhile back completed a survey of 10,000 employees in 43 states to better understand what separates a “best places to work” company from other companies. 78 more words

Eric Jacobson On Leadership

Three Compelling Ways to Rethink Leadership Practices

Are your leadership practices based on outdated assumptions about the true nature of human motivation? Think about how you might approach leadership differently if you took into account some of the latest findings: 723 more words

Communication

New Job Not What You Expected? Ask Madeleine

Dear Madeleine,

I was recently hired as regional manager of a large retail company. I come with lots of experience and a successful track record. In fact, my new company actually approached me and made me such a good offer, I couldn’t refuse.  640 more words

Coaching

How To Get To Know Your Direct Reports

To help you bring out the best in your team, you need to get close and understand their skills, abilities, and motivations. So, the authors of the book,  122 more words

General Leadership Skills

Former Peers Challenging Your Authority? Ask Madeleine

Dear Madeleine,

I’m relatively new to a managerial position; I’ve been in my role for around two years. I was promoted from the ranks and am now leading a team that I was a member of when I first came to the company. 739 more words

Coaching

How To Engage Your Employees

Here are 10 tips for how to maximize employee involvement:

  1. Have active ways to listen to your employees.
  2. Check often with employees to see if the information you are sharing with them is what they need and what they want.
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Leadership