Unwrapping and Managing Difficult Employees

Unwrapping and Managing Difficult Employees

This article was originally posted on Great Leadership by Dan on September 3, 2020 We’ve all been challenged with at least one difficult person at work. Why do they have to be so rude, dismissive, abrasive, etc.? Difficult employees aren’t the person who has a bad day...
Retain Your Best by Developing Them

Retain Your Best by Developing Them

“The growth and development of people is the highest calling of leadership.” Harvey S. Firestone With the workforce now comprised by a majority of Millennials and Gen Z, companies who are investing in training and development are retaining these younger employees...
Matching Work environment with Job Candidates

Matching Work environment with Job Candidates

There are a lot of skilled people looking for their next opportunity, yet there will be a percentage of them that accept offers for new employment and then realize shortly into their employment that the job wasn’t what they expected. More importantly, the manager and...
Maintaining Culture in a Virtual World

Maintaining Culture in a Virtual World

We are six months into the pandemic and many of us remain working from home. The interactions we have with our co-workers has probably become very predictable and routine. Yet stress and anxiety remain a daily reminder that we are still not back to normal. So how are...