Every office tries to be a “fun” place where there is a good mix of work, great co-workers and a relaxed atmosphere that celebrates teamwork. So if you want a mix ice-cream socials, mentorship for new hires, lifelong learning and cool HR practices like a casual dress code, Stefanini is looking for you. Stefanini, a […]
The word “culture” can be a turn-off for executives and leaders. It may conjure images of unattainable workspaces—pingpong tables, in-house boot camp classes, Google-esque warehouses filled with employees at makeshift desks.
Are you hiring with your head or your gut? When it comes to hiring salespeople, the majority of bad or mistaken hires are caused by hiring with the gut rather than the head.
Getting ready for a presentation or other high-profile even? It turns out that changing just one word in your self-talk can make all the difference in how confident you are.
Mortgage wholesaler United Shore in Troy treats all employees like celebrities with their valet car service and other amenities. It’s all about making workers feel special and valued, the company says.
Chicago’s top businesses celebrate their successes as winners of the 2015 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For awards. These business leaders know that engaged employees are more inspired to innovate and treat everyone right.
The elite winners clearly raised the bar in Atlanta’s 2015 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For awards. These companies are focused on employees and creating corporate cultures that motivate and inspire them to innovate and grow.
Evaluations are a great tool for improvement, but too many of the evaluations don’t cover the important areas that salespeople should be evaluated on. Worse, they can be too complicated. Here’s a simple four-point evaluation that can work for any salesperson in any industry.
Do you have the courage to fail in order to succeed? It turns out that the most enlightened leaders actually view their failures as mere setbacks and as opportunities to dissect, understand and learn. This is the first of four parts from the best-seller “Fearless Leaders – Sharpen Your Focus” by TC North.
Mission builds relationships with businesses and produces dedicated workers who restart their job experiences with all the right tools for employee and employer success.
Becoming an incrementalist means cultivating your ability to adapt to the changing needs of your business and industry climate. Baby steps might sound tame, but you have to walk before you can run.
The National Association for Business Resources has named the 2014 Best and Brightest in Wellness companies in the country. This program honors companies and organizations that recognize the value of employee and worksite health.
While the diversity of devices and apps is wonderful for employees, convincing them to adopt new company security practices can be a major headache or worse. The best way to get your employees to adopt these new methods comes down to one simple maxim: Make it easy.
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