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Year in Review: Top 10 Posts of 2021

With the new year right around the corner, it’s time to look back at the top posts of 2021. From the Enneagram of Personality to building a successful onboarding program to managing a hybrid workplace, this past year offered a wide range of topics and content. So, before we close the books on 2021, check […]

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62% of Companies Predict Operations Will Return to Pre-Pandemic Levels Going into Next Quarter

Looking back over the last two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, company experiences varied widely across the United States with 32% saying they struggled quite a bit. However, 62% of businesses predict operations will return to pre-pandemic levels going into the next quarter with another 27% believing this will happen further into 2022, according to a […]

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Four Things to Do Today to Ensure a Successful New Year

The new year is just around the corner, and with it comes newly realized optimism and strong goal-oriented determination. But to ensure your team is successful in the new year, it’s imperative to focus on the right things that will have positive impacts on your workplace objectives. Check out these four things to do today […]

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Leadership Lessons from Your Favorite Holiday Movies

During this holiday season, friends and family gather together to enjoy the warmth of kith and kin, sharing stories of Christmases past and reliving highlights of 2016. From sipping eggnog and warming up by a cozy fire to building that perfect snowman, everyone has a favorite holiday activity they share with loved ones. But, there’s […]

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Infographic: Tips for Managing Your Staff

Effectively managing a workforce can be a challenging endeavor. From lack of motivation and miscommunication to struggling with delegation and micromanagement, the key to being a great leader lies in avoiding the most common leadership mistakes. Check out this infographic from Venngage to see pitfalls to avoid and learn tips to manage your staff with […]

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Gen. Douglas MacArthur on Leadership

On Dec. 7, 2021, the world memorialized the 80th anniversary of one of the more tide-shifting events in modern history. The bombing of the U.S. naval fleet at Pearl Harbor thrust the isolationist nation into a war just over two decades after the Great War, the war to end all wars. This moment mobilized an […]

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Rising Employee Turnover Costing Companies an Average of $26,511 Annually

Adding to the difficulty of finding qualified workers this season, 42% of U.S. companies say employee turnover has increased this year, costing businesses an overall average of $26,511 annually in lost productivity and recruiting, according to a new survey from The Harris Poll commissioned by Express Employment Professionals. (more…)

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Naughty or Nice: Being More Assertive in the Workplace

One of the easiest traps to fall into for both new leaders and seasoned professionals is being too nice. While embracing kindness in relationships with employees and peers is a virtue, being overly nice leads to taking on more work than you can handle and disregarding your own needs for work-life balance. Simply put, unassertiveness […]

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