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3 Ways to Cultivate a Positive Workplace Culture — Without Upsetting the NLRB

By John Hollon

Happy employees who treat their managers and co-workers with respect and civility is usually the mark of a strong and powerful workplace culture. 

But that's not necessarily how the National Labor Relations Board sees it. 

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4 Critical and Important Things That Every Single Manager Should Do

By Karlyn Borysenko

Managers have a tremendous responsibility. Work lives and our private lives are so closely intertwined that anything that happens at work is going to have an impact at home.

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America's Aging Workforce? It's Still Aging Because Older Workers Are Still Not Retiring

By John Hollon

Although Millennials now represent the largest chunk of America's workforce, here's a reminder that our oldest workers aren't quite ready to depart yet.

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It Doesn't Take a $20,000 Per Hour Consultant to Know How to Manage Millennials

By John Hollon

I've said this before, but it bears repeating: Good management — smart, savvy, people-focused management — is at a premium and getting harder and harder to find. And if you think I'm wrong about that, here's the latest evidence to prove my point. 

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Leader Designed: How to Become the Leader You Were Meant to Be

By Dana W. White

There are a number of reasons that people never become great leaders, but it often comes down to fear — fear of being a fraud, fear of failing, fear of succeeding, fear of isolation, fear of the unknown, fear of being irrelevant, fear of change. Fear often keeps managers from being great leaders.

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Are You Encouraging Your Employees to Help You to Build Your Brand?

By John Hollon

It's no secret that people really want to know what is going on around them, and nowhere is that more true than when it comes to where they work.

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Want to REALLY Communicate With Employees? It May Be Time For Some "Radical Honesty"

By Rob Goffee and Gareth Jones

Our definition of radical honestly takes us a little deeper than the modern injunction for organizational transparency.

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How Companies Are Trying to Get Ahead of the Curve With Performance Management

By John Hollon

Performance management, at least as organizations have traditionally practiced it, is in big trouble.

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It's a Good Thing When Your Employees Want to Find a Greater "Purpose" in Their Work

By John Hollon

I always thought that finding purpose in our life and work was important, but I never knew it could be so critical to the point of lowering our risk of death by 15 percent.

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3 Keys to Finding (and Hiring) Your Next Great Employee

By The Checkster Staff

Talent acquisition has become a more complex process as the hiring market becomes increasingly candidate-driven.

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