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Business Management Daily announces the launch of its new newsletter, Records Management Today. This publication is a unique new service designed to help professionals achieve the goals of efficiency, security and compliance. This comprehensive service combines a concise, four-page monthly newsletter with a mid-month e-letter updating you on the latest developments in records management. Records Management Today also provides a quarterly supplement with in-depth records management advice.
In the weeks leading up to Be a Better Leader Week, we conducted a survey asking readers to imagine they are the CEO of an organization that launches a major product complete with a national advertising campaign, and two weeks in, a critical flaw in the product turns customers across the country against it, resulting in some seriously rough headlines. We asked our readers what they would say to inspire and generate passion among their employees to move forward after this wipeout — and only gave them 50 words to do it. Here are a few of our favorite responses—and the winning response.
Imagine your organization launches a major product complete with a national advertising campaign — and two weeks in, a critical flaw in the product turns customers across the country against it, resulting in some seriously rough headlines. That’s what we asked our readers in a recent survey in preparation of Be a Better Leader Week. We told them to imagine they are the CEO of this organization, and they must now stand in front of all of their employees and fire them up after this wipeout. We asked survey respondents what they would say to inspire and generate passion among their employees to move forward — and only gave them 50 words to do it. Here are some of the best responses from our readers.
“I can’t believe this is a problem!” That’s what many of Business Management Daily’s HR professional readers said about a recent survey compiling the funny and annoying issues their employees came to their office to ask for assistance with or to complain about. This survey was HR pros’ chance to get the silly, unnecessary things their workers have brought to their attention off their chests.