The Fundamentals of a Leader 2/3: Teaching

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Fundamentals of a Leader

Are you tired of your people letting you down? It can be disappointing when your workers don’t meet your standards. To continue our fundamentals of leadership series, we want to talk about showing, not doing. A quality leader should be one of the greatest teachers, simply because they know how to break it down to get […]

5 Workplace Hazards to Watch For

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Employees are at risk, even in the tamest of office settings. It can seem easy to write off something like wrist pain or stray office equipment, but you have a responsibility to your workers. A great leader ensures that their employees are safe and comfortable when they arrive each day. Company environment can make or […]

What Do You Offer Skilled Employees Who Aren’t Happy in Their Job?

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You see your employees every day, and you can tell when something’s not right. If your company is going through some changes or seeing a change in workflow, a great leader can evaluate what negatively impacts his/her team. Whether it’s tough clients, organizational shifts, or tension among staff, you have to be ready to handle […]

4 Tips to Get Your Employees to Talk to You More Often

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Leadership comes with immense responsibility, and it can be satisfying to run the show. Being a leader can mean facilitating a well-oiled machine, but it can also put you in a rough spot. There’s truth to the old saying, “It’s lonely at the top”. It’s easy to lose friends when you’re in a top management […]

Is the Boomerang Employee Right for Your Company?

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Employees leave for a variety of reasons, and not always on poor terms. The surge of boomerang employees, workers that return to companies where they were previously employed, shows ways supervisors can take advantage of trends in the industry. Someone with ready knowledge about the company’s inner workings can be an asset, or a detriment, […]