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How to Solve Problems as a Team
Getting your team to help solve problems together will tend to yield better solutions and greater buy-in when it comes to implement the solutions. In some of our leadership modules, we use a survival simulation so that leaders can experience, in real time, the pitfalls that impact the decisions teams[...]
How to Avoid Causing Emotional Injury to Others
Always present and mostly sitting in the background, is the evidence that emotion significantly overrides logic. Employees often share situations where they felt disrespected or belittled and how it impacted their ability to trust others. Some of those emotional injuries and scars were from personal experiences at home as a[...]
Three Tips to Increase Employee Involvement
How to Increase Employee Involvement Involving your employees helps accomplish a number of positive things, such as: Your team members will buy into change more easily when you ask them for input. Because many jobs can become boring or routine, asking for input can add some variety and challenge and[...]
How to Manage Millennials
A lot has been written about the differences in managing millennials. Here are some practical changes you can make as a leader, to manage the younger members of your workforce. First, remember that millennials are also known as generation Y. And Millennials are least likely to like being called a[...]
How to Motivate Employees
Most leaders think that employees are only motivated by one thing: money. We can probably all agree that earning money is important in terms of paying bills and living a desired lifestyle. As a front line leader, if we think that employees are only motivated by money we’ll fail to[...]