Focus on Business
Too many organizations are obsessed with their profit and loss reports. It hasn't occurred to them that... Read more.
Nearly every day, we hear that in tough economic times we need more from our employees. We need them... Read more.
When surveyed, employees consistently will ask for cash, but research shows that it is the least effective... Read more.
Greg perched on the edge of his chair, holding his breath. If he made this sale, he'd be sitting pretty... Read more.
Editor's Note: This is a true-life agriculture example of how an employer can make it more enjoyable... Read more.
There's one guy like this in every office. His desk is always clean, he can always find what he's looking... Read more.
As a leader, it does not matter what product or service your company offers or what specific responsibility... Read more.
The holidays have come and gone, and unfortunately, there's one gift that few of us received Read more.
In today's hyper-connected, ludicrously-fast-moving global marketplace, businesses are racing to grow big - and fast.... Read more.
In our struggling economy, many companies face the difficult task of letting employees go. My advice:... Read more.
"The person who figures out how to harness the collective genius of his or her organization is going... Read more.
As much as you don't like to admit it, you are the only one who has authority over your behaviors and... Read more.
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