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Five Steps for Managers to Improve Their Coaching Success

Companies want managers who will build relationships with their employees, give them feedback, coach and develop them and continually recognize them for their achievements.  The once-a-year performance discussion is not sufficient in a business world of constant change. The problem for managers is that they are too busy with the constant change and pressures of… Read More

What Inspires Employees to Think Like Owners?

Does your executive leadership team want an engaged workforce that provides discretionary effort, makes valuable innovative suggestions, and surpasses their goals – one that acts and feels like owners? If you do, I suggest that you implement the following employee engagement practices. Engagement interviews. Teach your managers to ask each employee what they like and… Read More