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In the competitive landscape of today's business world, we need to notice the critical importance of employee retention, strategies for identifying and nurturing key talents, and the development of personalized retention plans.
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Why leadership in 2024 is of paramount importance, drawing inspiration from lessons of the past, and chart a course for leadership in the future.
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What are the fundamental qualities that will inspire employees to accomplish organizational goals and achieve growth?
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The intriguing psychology behind disagreeing productively and how collaboration with thoughtful discussion are key to resolving professional conflicts.
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It has been a red-hot question in the marketplace for quite a while now. How can employers win the ongoing war for talent? Unfortunately, there is no perfect answer. But there are strategies organizations can incorporate to fill positions and keep people working for them. Spoiler alert: Change is involved. It takes more energy but hiring today needs to look different than in the past.
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At the pinnacle of Patrick Lencioni’s Five Dysfunctions of a Team pyramid is level 5: inattention to results. To get to the top of the dysfunctions pyramid, an organization must: Suffer from an absence of trust, Operate in an environment that is afraid of conflict, Be unwilling to commit to common goals and Refuse to be held accountable for their actions and lack of achievement
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We are all (painfully) aware of the difficulties of trying to attract and retain top talent these days. Signing bonuses, unlimited PTO, and flexible schedules are different ways employers are wooing talent to come aboard. But have you considered tapping into unutilized job skills of your existing employees?
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The ability to set and meet goals is often used as a way to measure success for companies and individual employees. In an ideal world, goals are set and then achieved – on time and within budget. Unfortunately, in the real world, dysfunctional teams often avoid being held accountable for their goals. A lack of accountability creates resentment among team members, encourages mediocrity, and places a burden on leaders who must discipline employees who miss deadlines and deliver subpar work.
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After the Offer: How to Negotiate Your Compensation Package - Salary negotiation is an art. And, just like painting a masterpiece, there are proven techniques you can use to get the results you want. Executive Agenda Group Chairs Bob Puissant and Debbie Rudan are back to offer their tips for successful negotiating. You can read their advice in this blog post now.
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When a business team misses deadlines, fears failure, and seems to suffer from a lack of direction, it might be due to Patrick Lencioni’s third dysfunction of a team, Lack of Commitment.
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