Really good employees, have ideas, do more than their “job” requires, take responsibility for what goes right and what goes wrong, and are motivated to do their best. These committed employees respond positively to the following 7 keys to employee commitment:
Here, the author shares a few strategic insights that are usually overlooked.
In this blog, the author shares how to hire the right people for not having regrets later.
Here is a great blog how to maintain the enthusiasm to make your company grow.
Meetings can be drain energy and cause performance fatigue.The author shares how to make your meetings effective.
The author shares what makes a good boss. Good communication and listening skills are a must.
This blog is good for to share with your employees. Make them your partners and discuss the future of your business.
In this blog, Roger Robinson, Ph.D. lays out several essential characteristics of what it takes to be an entrepreneur. Personal ethics is key.
WPV affects 100% of all businesses in this country.” I said “Just because it doesn’t involve a firearm doesn’t mean that something isn’t WPV.”
Some people will, and laugh, at me for saying what I’m about to write about in this post. But it is true that I parrot it every time there is a workplace violence (WPV) incident. And nobody really wants to listen. That is until I start naming the things that make this the most dangerous attitude.
Dr. Darald Hanusa, with Midwest Center for Human Services in Madison, WI, specializes in treating victims and perpetrators of workplace violence. As part of his work, he is often asked to help businesses better understand how to deal with such issues. “When management isn’t really trained on how to identify what’s happening and escalation and how to diffuse it, that’s when…problems oftentimes erupt,” he said.
In-depth insights into the mental health outcomes that are affecting businesses of all kinds and guidance on how to address this within yours. Read more