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October 29, 2014

Motivating Your Staff: Continuous Feedback

By: Maurice Gilbert When I was a tennis coach, I would begin a training session with my student by communicating my objectives to her in advance of hitting the first ball.  All throughout the lesson, I would provide relevant feedback so she would be able to make adjustments.  Invariably, progress…
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September 10, 2014

Why Does Bill Gates Go to Work?

Any discussion of motivation should begin with an analysis of people who have shown great application of it. Arguably, those whom Fortune ranks among the wealthiest in the world might make the list, especially if money were the only criteria for measuring motivation. It’s not, but it does provide a way of…
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August 15, 2014

Increase Employee Motivation with 3 Simple Steps

We all want motivated employees; they’re more productive, more self-driven and generally require less direction than their less inspired counterparts.  In some instances, employees come ready equipped with built-in motivation – they aim to exceed in all things, regardless of the function, goal or challenge at hand. It’s important to…
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July 16, 2014

12 Self-Motivation Tips

by: Bob Urichuck Can you imagine your life as you want it to be? Great! Are you stalled in getting there?  Take heart—you have it within you to succeed. These 12 tips will help. Wake up with an attitude of appreciation. Why? Because you woke up!  Asked “How are you…
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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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May 29, 2014

What Makes a Great Boss?

If you've had the good fortune to serve under a phenomenal leader, I'll bet you knew it at the time.  And yet, exactly what it was about that person that made them such a joy to work for them, that x-factor, probably wasn't as clear.  Effective managers are necessarily great…
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April 4, 2014

Work Friends a Boon to the Bottom Line

If you’re putting in 40 hours at the office every week, you’re likely spending as much time with your co-workers as you do with your family.  Those with longer workweeks get even more face time with colleagues. You spend this much time with the same people – many of whom…
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March 3, 2014

Five Simple and Quick Daily Practices to Counter Professional Setbacks

by: Vinay Nadig I talk about 20 core leadership secrets in my executive coaching, speaking and writing.  But if someone asked me to name only one that can make an immediate impact, I would pick the behaviors to counter setbacks. All of us have had (and will continue to have)…
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February 26, 2014

When the Answer is No

Mick Jagger said (sang) it best: “you can’t always get what you want.”  That quip might not sit so easy with an employee who’s just asked for a raise, however. A recent Hay Group study predicts increases in average turnover worldwide, indicating a greater need now for strong talent retention…
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