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Leadership and career
September 11, 2017

Managing Security with a Mobile Workforce

Companies are becoming more open to the remote worker, seeing the benefits in increased employee productivity, efficiency, morale and engagement. However, along with these benefits to employer and employee come a new set of managerial challenges and security protocols, particularly in the use of mobile technology. Diane Conde, Senior Manager…
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Leadership and career
August 25, 2017

Engagement Surveys: Step One Toward Employee Engagement and High Performance

Year after year, studies show that businesses with higher engagement also have higher performance, and vice versa. The goals of high engagement and high performance are not mutually exclusive; they are mutually dependent. A team of employees works at its optimum when management focuses on employee engagement while remaining performance…
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Compliance
January 9, 2017

Questions Leadership Should Ask the Compliance Officer

By: Roy Snell This piece was originally shared on The Compliance & Ethics Blog and is republished here with permission. Below are some questions leadership should ask the compliance officer and a suggestion about how to implement these questions in your organization.  You need to collaborate with leadership to pick…
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Leadership and career
November 16, 2016

5 Tips for Reinventing the Performance-Review Process

Until recently, performance appraisals were mostly an annual affair, but that's changing as human resource (HR) and business leaders look to improve talent management processes to engage and retain top-performing employees. In fact, HR professionals are now tasked with understanding "the business" of the business, which means working collaboratively with…
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Leadership and career
October 21, 2016

10 Ways to Mentor Clever People

By: Linda Henman If you played sports in school, did the coach play everyone equally? Create an egalitarian form of governance in which each person had a say? Or, did the stars — the ones who had the innate athletic ability and drive to put it into action — receive a disproportionate…
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Recruiting
October 5, 2016

Just Say “No” to Interim CEOs

By: Linda Henman Last September, Chief Executive Jeff Smisek and two senior officials of United Airlines stepped down in response to a federal investigation into whether the airline had traded favors with the chairman of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The scandal involved United agreeing to reinstate money-losing…
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Leadership and career
September 9, 2016

5 Good Ways to Deliver Bad News to an Employee

By: Maurice Gilbert Think about the last time you had a performance review. Chances are, you skimmed through a page of positive comments (or at least neutral to positive) and directed your focus entirely on the few negative notes. Never mind your superior’s glowing account of how nimbly you handled…
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Leadership and career
July 27, 2016

The Impact of Big Data on Efficiency

Data comes from a wide variety of sources, and there’s little question that the right data is the absolute lifeline of business in today’s competitive markets. Because this is true across so many different fields, any company that can provide customer data is going to have plenty of different clients…
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Leadership and career
July 20, 2016

6 Surprising Findings About Employees’ Feelings Toward Performance Reviews

You often hear people say that the annual performance review process is one of the most awful, detestable parts of work. Two common complaints are that reviews are a waste of time and that they are too stressful. Managers hate spending all the time compiling the reviews. For example, last…
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Leadership and career
June 24, 2016

8 Things We Just Learned About Values-Based Leadership

Have you got your hands on this year’s HOW report? Published annually by LRN, it always garners media attention, and this year is no exception.  Fortune Magazine got first crack at the report and announced the most compelling takeaway: businesses that perform best really are the ones whose employees are…
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