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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.
What may be obvious to an adult employee may not be so clear to a teen tackling a task for the first time.
Smart negotiators know how to turn po­tential adversaries to allies. That often requires ratcheting down the tension to make others feel comfortable taking a risk.
Town hall meetings become rote and boring because the presenters believe they are there to inform, instruct and then send people back to their desks. Too often people shuffle in, listen half-heartedly and shuffle out again knowing not much more than an hour before. Consider these tips before you stage another snore-fest.
One difference between successful supervisors and the ones who find their jobs exasperating is how well they inspire their employees.
After a Korean Air flight pulled away from the gate on its way from New York to South Korea, a flight attendant made a minor error in serving a first-class passenger.
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