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June 18, 2014

Did You “Show Up” to the Meeting?

Attitude is everything.  When you're a leader, the way you carry yourself and engage and motivate the team will directly impact the organization's performance.  Zackarie Lemelle, CPC, CBC and Managing Partner of Leadership Engagement Services at The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) is an expert in leadership and business re-engineering and…
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June 12, 2014

Keeping Drive Alive

There's a time and place for monetary reward.  It's doubtful that your staff will scoff at bonuses, but don't rely too heavily on them to keep your team motivated.  Money isn't actually the greatest motivator anymore, and it's rarely the answer to creating a more engaged workforce. Explore more visuals…
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April 23, 2014

Shift Happens

Today we're honored to feature insights on change management from Zackarie Lemelle, CPC, CBC, Managing Partner of Leadership Engagement Services at The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC).  Zack is an expert in leadership and business re-engineering and over the years, he has been instrumental in driving organizational transformations for…
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March 28, 2014

Relax! Turnover is Normal

Recent research has shown that employee satisfaction and engagement are in a tailspin.  At the same time, HR departments are making sweeping updates in processes and technologies.  As a result, some of HR’s biggest concerns these days are both keeping morale up among existing staff and improving talent retention. So…
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March 25, 2014

Boo! Don’t Let Ghost Turnover Sneak Up on You

In an employer’s market, those who find themselves still on the company payroll are happy to have their jobs.  Well, “happy” might be a strong word.  They’re grateful to be employed, yes, but as companies start to tighten the belt, it’s often their staff who feel the pinch the most. …
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February 6, 2014

Three Kinds of Employees and What to Do About the Worst

Employees that enjoy their work are usually the most invested and the most valuable. But are all of your employees as engaged as you’d like? The 2013 State of the American Workplace Report says no. Gallup categorized workers into three specific groups: engaged, disengaged, and actively disengaged. Engaged employees are…
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