Author Archive | Ashlie Turley


Setting Goals Your Employees Can and Want to Achieve in 2014

There are two parts to being a successful business leader. One is having the ability to dream, imagine, and think ahead. The other is ensuring those dreams become reality by making a plan, setting goals, and consistently achieving those goals. Unfortunately, the second part seems to be the more difficult of the two. According to […]

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Getting the Most Out of Your Professional Organization

The life of a leader is usually packed full of meetings, deadlines, and responsibilities – and those are just in your professional life. It’s easy to stay chained to your desk or be hyper-focused on internal matters. But, it’s important to your company, and yourself, that you get out of the office every once in […]

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Beyond Disengaged: The Employees You Should Be Worried About

Since the Great Recession, employee engagement has become a hot topic in the business world. Over the last five years, research has shown that everyone is struggling with their engagement levels, and even top executives aren’t immune. A Fortune 500 executive told a Forbes reporter, “I am burned out and tired of the nonsense… I am not […]

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The Results Are In: What Is the Driving Force Behind Your Company’s Retention Issues?

As a business leader, you already know that employee retention and turnover are hot topics. Every week, it seems like there’s a new survey out highlighting how many employees are planning on leaving their jobs this year. And leaders across the country are growing more and more concerned. Deloitte’s Talent Edge 2020 survey revealed that […]

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The Results Are In: Your Thoughts on the Top Threat Facing Your Business Today

As a leader, it can feel like everything you think and talk about is negative. From retention worries to issues with poor leadership, there are so many problems swirling around that it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and powerless to do anything about them. But, before a leader can fix anything, they must first identify the […]

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