5 Onboarding Pain Points and How to Fix Them

How much time do you devote to onboarding your new employees? The duration of a couple of presentations? A day or two?

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How to Retain Staff In a Digital Workplace

While products, markets, and strategy are all crucially important to the success of a business, perhaps the most important asset is top performing staff. Without highly competent people and a great te...

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Solving Time Management Problems in a Digital Business

Senior management in a digital workplace can become concerned about time management when important goals are not being met, yet their people are clearly working. Some employees are even working late, ...

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What Makes a Great CEO In a Digital World?

In an era of digital disruption and political change, excellent chief executive officers are needed more than ever.

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Engaging Employees in Improvement: How to Be Heard

Whether you have to approach an employee about needed improvement in job performance or softer skills such as team play, it can be difficult to truly engage the person. No one likes to hear criticism.

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Manage Energy, Not Hours

Many managers and employees keep track of hours expended on the job as a guide to productivity and engagement. Hours expended rather than tasks done, or quality of tasks, become major metrics in busin...

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Succession Planning: What Successful Businesses Do

It is a universally acknowledged fact that all companies must plan for chief executive officer (CEO) succession as part of their business leadership. Eventually, all CEOs will retire, leave the firm, ...

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Today's Leaders Must Adapt or Die

In case you haven’t  heard, there are a cohort of employees poised to overtake baby-boomers’ ownership of the workforce. This upstart group marchs to a different beat than any other generation before ...

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A Good Leader Promotes Gender Equality

Despite great strides made by women in business over the past three decades, they are not widely represented in the business leadership of U.S. corporations. Although women comprise 47% of employees a...

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