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Five Secrets to Profit Big Through Employee Safety

Many times, the costs of just one injury can make the difference between annual profit and loss. For example, how many beds would an assisted living facility (ALF) need to fill for one year in order to offset the cost of one employee strain injury?...

Four Keys to Giving Great Feedback

Like never before, today’s employees don't just ask for, but demand, constant manager feedback. They seek confirmation and enouragement to their work, their ideas, and their projects. Here are four keys to giving all employees great feedback. 1. Be Positive Studies indicate that we hear “No” four to...

The #1 Strength of Your Company

What is the greatest strength of your company? Your brand? Market share? Customer base? Cash flow? Operational efficiency? Speaking to the American Management Association shortly before his death, the legendary coach of the Green Bay Packers, Vince Lombardi, said that, “Heartpower is the strength of your...

Where Are Your Priorities? How to Manage Your Time at Work

Planning means to set priorities. As a manager, your top priority in planning the work of your team is to, well, set the priorities of your team. It is your responsibility to determine and communicate those priorities that will best reach your company’s goals and...

3 Strategies to Build Powerful Employee-Employer Relationships

To build employee-employer relationships in today’s fast-paced, “I-don’t-have-the-time” world, we must never forget to complement our high-tech messages with some high-touch communication. Here are three key strategies to build powerful employee-employer relationships: Establish internal listening as a priority Encourage two-way interaction Give feedback in real time Establish...

When to Invest in Employee Training—and When Not to

To properly set the stage of whether or not to invest in employee training, you need to reflect upon the following truths. 1) Most performance issues are not training problems but systems problems. It is natural to think that every non-performance issue is either a “bad attitude”...

5 Ultimate Employee Engagement Ideas & Best Practices

Regardless of the endeavor, whether at work, at home or at play, excellence is only possible with an actively engaged heart. When something captures your heart and your soul, you are driven to success, to complete that project or catch that fish. The unengaged soul of...

15 Creative Employee Training Methods

You train dogs, seals and monkeys. But people prefer to learn. What’s the difference? Training focuses on a skill needed to perform a task today. Learning focuses on knowledge that can be used for a lifetime. We all need some training (skill enhancement), but remember...

3 Sure-Fire Strategies to Increase Employee Engagement

You see them in every industry almost anywhere you go: employees going through the motions of their jobs, exerting just enough effort to reach the minimum standards of acceptable job performance. It’s the retail clerk who regimentally mumbles, “Can I help you?” It’s the factory worker...