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As a supervisor of others, there are certain things you just shouldn’t say—at least if you want employees to perform at a high level.
Having meaningful goals in place spurs employee motivation and helps growth and productivity.
Perhaps you noticed an employee surfing a job website or overheard the person scheduling an interview. Or maybe you caught wind that an employee is actively searching for a job in some other way.
When you’re in charge, you can monopolize a meeting. It’s easy to ramble and veer from the agenda as the chair of the proceedings.
On Jan. 20, the Buffalo Bills made history when they hired Kathryn Smith as a special teams quality control coach.
How to find the right words for those tense conversations with employees.
Got a suspicion that an employee is about to quit? Here are some signs that an employee is prepping to leave for good.
The ability to give instructions is a vital skill for an HR pro or manager. And it is a skill—one you can learn and improve on. Here are some guidelines.
Over 30 years, Richard Lindenmuth has swooped into troubled organizations as an interim CEO. Trained to produce quick turnarounds, he has a successful track record of reviving companies such as ITT and Styrotek.
It happens all the time: A supervisor gets wind that one of her employees is looking for a new job—on company time!
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