Is Some Revenue Better Than No Revenue?

The knee jerk reaction to the question, “Is some revenue better than no revenue,” is probably a resounding, Duuuuhhhhhh, well why wouldn’t it be??! But...

You Can Deal with a Problem Employee

“The tougher the job, the greater the reward”. -George Allen Problem employees are the bane to every manager. By problem employee, I am normally referring to...

A Simple Test: Are We Managing Like Jerks?

Are we who issue orders to associates or employees ever acting as jerks? We’d never like to think so, or we wouldn’t do it...

The Awesome Value of Consistency

People value consistency in their leaders. Consistency removes uncertainty and leads to trust. Trust, in turn, leads to influence.

3 Reliable Ways to Increase Employee Engagement with a Limited Budget

Everyone knows the importance of employee engagement. Engaged employees do better work. They find innovative solutions to problems. And they are less likely to...

Have You Been Celebrating Each Victory?

Here comes another story. Of course. This one may be like one or more you have experienced in your company. It is a story...

Business Ethics: When It’s OK to Burn Bridges

If you’re like me, you’ve heard this saying fairly consistently while growing up, through your first jobs, University, and into the business world: “Don’t burn...

6 Office Habits That Increase Your Chance of Promotion

A lot of people believe that, when it comes to a promotion, you should only be patient. Nonetheless, just like simply going to school...

How to Avoid Compromising on Team Alignment with Your Remote Workforce

While the trend of remote workforces is growing larger by the day, many business leaders are unsatisfied with strategies that frequently compromise on business...

How to Reduce Workplace Drama and Improve Results

Is it just me in my role as business advisor, or is emotional drama in the workplace increasing? Team members seem to be spending...

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