We’re entering the season of Thanksgiving, a time of year when we remind ourselves to be grateful. You can also show your employees that there is more that unites than divides you.
Trying to juggle the strengths and the needs of multiple people can be a balancing act of epic proportions. One thing that can make this a little bit easier is making sure that your team looks up to you.
Is 60% of your workforce is disengaged? That’s the reality for many corporate leaders today. And, you might be part of the problem.
According to a study conducted by +Kam, 84% of fitness-conscious Americans would still work out even if they could be fit and healthy without doing so. This is up from 76% when the same question was asked in 2017. The survey, which polled over 1,100 members of Generation Active, was commissioned by Zoom, the exclusive advertising and health content provider for the nation’s largest health clubs. Zoom defines Generation Active as the over 100 million Americans who exercise at least twice a week.
Hustle is the hot buzzword, and professionals everywhere are encouraged to embrace it. But, the fast-paced grind can wear anyone down, especially salespeople.
Curiosity may have killed the cat, but this trait will make you a successful sales rep. Mike Renahan wrote about how curiosity benefits sales reps. Take a look at the connections he makes.
We all want to find the best way to keep employees motivated. But, succeeding at this task is a huge challenge. Customized rewards and long-term career planning can help.
You’ve heard this one before: it’s important to praise employees for a job well done. In fact, positive reinforcement does much more to motivate a team member than negative reinforcement.
Are “absentee leaders” wreaking havoc on your employees? Here’s how to identify these leaders and how to avoid putting them into management roles.
I read an interesting interview with the author of When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing recently, and took away some thought-provoking ideas about how to be more productive at basically everything. They just might be counter-intuitive to your current beliefs. But give Daniel H. Pink’s research a chance.
“How many are experiencing a good economy at the moment?” Jeffrey Gitomer, author and speaker, asked the crowd. Half the room raised its hands at the recent Leadership+Talent Development Summit in San Diego. “You’re going to have the greatest year of your life if you work your ass off.”
Does your leadership style match what your company and your employees need from you? If you believe it’s important to deliver speeches worthy of an Academy Award at your small company meeting, you may be putting people off.