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Tips for Cross Training Your Team
Having a flexible workgroup that can adapt to fluctuations in workload will make it easier for you to schedule and complete the work your team faces on a daily basis. Cross training also helps your employees feel more valuable because they can perform different job tasks. It also adds a[...]
Tips for Developing Servant Leadership
Most organizations have a hierarchy structure similar to the military with the general at the top and the soldiers at the bottom. More progressive organizations and their leaders turn the traditional organization upside down. Instead of the President or the CEO being at the top, that person goes at the[...]
Three Tips for Shop Floor On-the-Job Training
One way to help your team achieve the expectations that you have of them, is to ensure that they have the necessary knowledge and skills to perform. Training is important; however, there’s a tremendous effectiveness gap in most skills training. Most employees who receive training are motivated to do well[...]
Three Tips to Help Team Members Overcome Conflict
Conflict between employees will impact productivity and team morale.  Leaders need to learn how to correct people problems in a way that minimizes recurrence. Many leaders and people in general don’t like conflict and the tendency is to avoid it. However, when you’ve got two team members on your team[...]
The Top Five Employee Excuses and the Leader’s Response
To be a better leader, you need to know the top five employee excuses for performance and behavior issues. This Leader Feeder offers you a sure-fire formula for handling employee excuses when the do come up. When a leader addresses a behavior or performance problem, the team member might offer[...]