It may come as a shock to you, but the #1 reason employees leave their jobs isn’t because they want more money or greater status.
Recognizing your employees doesn’t need to be complex or costly. Small, consistent efforts that are meaningful may actually matter more to your employees.
The year is almost over. In addition to highlighting your 2017 successes, make time to put emphasis around the importance of your staff and employee recognition.
According to a recent Gallup survey, only one in five employees gets managed in a way that motivates them to do excellent work.
Are you often pressed for time? Relationship-building matters and it can yield a number of benefits. Make the time to cultivate your connections.
Lots of people are taking vacations, and it can be a downright struggle for people to stay focused. Bring some fun into the mix and boost employee engagement.
Great leaders don’t leave professional development just to one-off trainings, sporadic seminars and annual performance reviews. They make coaching a daily habit.
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) affects 10 million people in the United States every winter. It can impact everything from mood to productivity, relationships and more.
According to research from Gallup, money can’t buy love or loyalty. Yet how often do you hear of executives tempting employees with money to stay with their company?
There’s a lot of talk about customer loyalty today. But employee loyalty, which you don’t hear as much about, is equally vital to any organization.