Category Archives: Workforce Development

The Many Hats of the CEO


Here’s a short tip on motivational haberdashery! Continue reading

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Employee Engagement Tip # 15 – It’s Only Business!


So often I hear the statement, “Its only business.” I have used it myself. But what does that mean? Continue reading

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Engagement Tip of the Week – Insist or Persist?


Would you rather be known as persistent or insistent? Why not both? Here’s one way to be both and have both terms be viewed as a compliment.   Here’s looking at you!          

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Employee Engagement Tip # 2 – In Praise of Right Ups


When is the last time you gave somebody a right up? Not a write up, a right up. Continue reading

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Engagement Tip # 10 – Real Men Write It Down


Gallup’s survey question #11 states, “Within the last six months, someone at work has talked to me about my progress.” At first glance the statement seems easy enough to do. Just do an evaluation every six months, right? Here’s the rub. Continue reading

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Employee Engagement Tip #9 – Inside the Circles of Change


The linkages between three employee groups in their articles gave me pause. What is the overlap between the vision casting Senior Management group, the controlling Middle Management group, and the executing Front Line managers? Continue reading

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Employee Engagement Tip # 8 – Making a Week On or Taking a Week Off


Could you show up for work for a week and be totally useless? According the latest Gallop Survey of the American Workplace, most of us do. How so?…………….. Continue reading

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