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Workforce Development News – Feb. 3, 2014
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Most companies today spend tremendous amounts of time and effort measuring and addressing issues related to employee engagement. But the results are generally underwhelming. To get a higher return on these resources, it’s time for executives to turn their current approach upside down.
Once you’ve lost their respect, it’s very difficult to get it back-so steer clear of these careless behaviors.
No major and widely embraced employee productivity enhancement initiative has veered farther off course than wellness. Instead of supporting employees already undertaking their own self-improvement plans and encouraging others to start them, wellness has morphed in many directions that increasingly overlook or even conflict with that original goal.
There are very few great managers. And even fewer great leaders. Making your team happy by displaying behaviors that are expected from you as a manager is hard. But it is even harder to inspire people to follow you.
Making customers happy doesn’t have to be terribly difficult. In fact, they usually want just one thing from you. Here are three ways to deliver it.
Although learning is proven to contribute to business success, slashed budgets have put many organizations’ learning efforts on the chopping block, opening the door for blending learning.
Instead of letting the interviewer ask all the questions, you should find the appropriate time to ask more about the position, the company and the industry.
Resumes are strategic marketing communications that must be created thoughtfully and with oomph.
The people in your life who demonstrate most or all of these traits are probably the people you hold in the highest regard. Their reputations precede them (in a good way) and they don’t have to sell themselves or brag, because others are doing it for them.
Regardless of a leader’s level of influence or the scope of the communications forum, leaders must speak to the people who aren’t there in person but are hanging on every word. The best leaders convey four key messages with their public communications:
How you end your day is just as important as how you begin it. Here are eight tips that will close your today right, leaving you well prepared for tomorrow.
“The art of life is a constant readjustment to our surroundings.” – Kakuzo Okakaura