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What Do Great Athletic Coaches and Great Business Trainers Have in Common?

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Do great athletic coaches and great trainers use the same strategies to get people to grow, exceed their own expectations, and succeed? We think they do. And a recent article that was published by Competitive Advantage supports that opinion. The article, “What Makes a Good Coach?”, outlines some winning traits of top athletic coaches. We…

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Create an Individual Career Plan for Each Long-Term Younger Generation Employee

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When I was starting out in my career, I was comfortable with the idea that I would get promoted after “learning the ropes,” making mistakes, and moving upward gradually. Most often, I would get feedback about my performance only when I went into a job review session with my boss. In those sessions, I would…

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New Year’s Resolution for 2019: Replace Job Reviews with Something Better

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Do you like to give job reviews to the people you supervise? From their side of the equation, do the employees you supervise like them? And an even bigger question. Do the reviews that you give result in better motivation or performance? The problem is that after reviews, employees usually come away feeling that they…

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Why Training Plays a Critical Role in Hiring and Keeping the Best Employees

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Keeping employees from quitting their jobs after only a year or two is becoming a bigger challenge for many businesses across the county. Is it a problem for you? One recent article, “The New Reality of Employee Loyalty” that Peter K. Murdock wrote for Forbes, suggests that in order to keep new employees, companies should…

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How Positive Companies Do Training Well . . . and Negative Companies Do Training Badly

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Some companies have deeply embedded positive cultures, others negative. And in general, positive companies deliver training that motivates employees, while negative companies frustrate and demotivate everyone. However, there are specific practices that positive companies use to achieve motivational training results. Best Practices for Making New Hires Feel Great about Your Company You could get a…

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Ingaged Leadership Is the Best Strategy for Managing and Leading Younger Generations

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What is the most effective, simplest rule to follow when leading younger generations? It is to practice the Ingaged Leadership that I explain in this book. Ingaged Leadership is a style of management that “speaks” on every level to younger generations. If you listen well, provide autonomy, encourage risk-taking, and follow the other advice in…

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How to Cultivate a Culture of Learning in Your Organization . . . and Yourself

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by Evan Hackel Great things happen in companies where executives inspire people to learn. To name just a few . . . An enhanced ability to compete in the marketplace, because people discover and apply the best information, solutions and ideas More effective leadership, because executives who love to learn inspire others to perform on…

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Why Training Means a Lot to Millennials

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When baby boomers took their first “real” jobs upon entering the workforce, their demands and expectations were ridiculously low by today’s standards. On their first day on the job they got an employee handbook that they took home and scanned while eating dinner or watching TV. Company training, if there was any, was minimal. For…

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