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Your employees are people first. As their employer, it pays off in the long run for you to let them know it's OK to attend to personal family matters.
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The "lazy" and "entitled" young millennials of yesterday have grown up, and employers may need to start changing their approach to managing this generation.
Any professional from a marginalized background — gender, race, class, etc. — will face unique challenges climbing the ladder. Here's what new leaders need to know.
Don't be a terrible boss; fix the behavior now to salvage your career.
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Rich Razgaitis, CEO and co-founder of FloWater, shares the experiences that shaped his personal leadership philosophy.
If you want to improve your productivity at work, take care of your personal health and well-being first.
When morale is high, employees tend to be more productive and engaged. Here are a few real-life examples of ways to lift your team's spirits.
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First-time leaders often have a lot of preconceptions about their new role. But don't believe everything you hear about leadership.
The words and phrases you use when giving employees feedback can really affect their level of motivation.
The majority of workers don't have a lot of trust in their employer, boss or co-workers.
The major companies on LinkedIn's Top Attractors list have a few things in common that make employees want to join and stay there.
Your company's core values can help guide your mission, operations and business decisions. Here's how to figure out your values and how to live by them.
Derek Flanzraich, founder and CEO of health and wellness media startup Greatist, shares the experiences that led to his personal leadership philosophy.
First-time bosses face their biggest challenge in balancing individual responsibilities with the time spent overseeing others.
WalletHub research finds that the best parts of the country in which to start your business are the Midwest and the Great Plains.
First-time CEOs aren't as prepared for their new roles as they originally thought.
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Is someone on your staff slacking? If you're considering firing an underperformer, here's our advice.
OfficeTeam offers several tips on how to make the most out of your exit interviews.
These traits and habits can help elevate your leadership from good to great.
Most managers differ on what makes or doesn’t make performance reviews fair.
One of the most valuable resources you can have in your career is a good mentor. Make sure you choose one who's right for you.
Want your employees to be more productive and efficient? Here are a few ways to boost their performance through communication.
Are your leadership tactics and attitudes hurting more than they're helping? Here are five behaviors to avoid with your employees.
As small businesses prepare for 2014, they shouldn't focus solely on increasing their bottom lines.
Even if would-be quitters think they are keeping their plans secret, those who are thinking about jumping ship and leaving their jobs often give off cues.