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3 Time Management Tips So You Can Get The Right Things Done

Being able to manage your time most appropriately is something best done as early as possible. The earlier in life that you start, the better such skills will stick with you.

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What You Can Do To Engage Employees

Remarkably, employee engagement has become a topic in business because, well it has become a topic in business. Rather than perpetuating the oft repeated mantra, “Our people are our greatest asset” companies react to engagement rather than act. Meaning, employee

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Managing People Is So Old Fashion; Lead Them

At the outset, I am a self confessed protagonist when it comes to leadership. Especially that banal aspect of managing people. Dogs are managed. People are like cats. They aren’t. In fact I suspect andy person capable or desiring management

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5 Ways Body Language Can Improve Employee Engagement

How important is body language to communication? Well, how important is engagement with your people. Better yet, what does body language say about the trust level in your organization and relationships? Joe Navarro, Body Language in Psychology Today  on the

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20 inspirational teamwork quotes for the workplace

By Jim Woods President, Jim Woods Group  @leadersmatter Nothing  matters  so much to the value of a team than to add diversity of thought to the mix. Rabble rousers with placaters can create innovative ideas never generated by those who mistake

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9 Strategies For Improving Employee Engagement and Strategy

    By John Stoker Here are a number of tactics that you might decide to adopt to reverse the feelings of negativity and help the folks to refocus their efforts during these times of unrelenting chaos. Change Your Perspective

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5 Business Strategy Questions Every Effective Leader Should Follow

By Freek Vermeulen If you can’t find time to think, it probably means that you haven’t organized your firm, unit, or team very well, and you are busy putting out little fires all the time. It also means that you are

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Are you assertive enough to be an entrepreneur? #business #management

The most successful leaders tend to find a good balance between being too assertive (and possibly aggressive) and being too nice.  Assertiveness forms the ability to  act in your own self  interest in the assignment of “No .” Assertiveness can

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5 Ways To Create a Workplace With More Engaged Employees

Regardless of position leaders managers continue making the same mistakes when it comes to developing an effective team. Like minded people create like minded  results. See Nokia Effect. Add diverse people in race, ethnicity, challenging opinions single, divorced etc. You

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Feedback: Focus On The Goal Not The Person

By KEN BLANCHARD As a manager—or a parent, coach, or any other kind of leader—you want to get rid of bad behavior but keep the good person. To do this, you must give feedback frequently—this goes for catching people doing things

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