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Key Takeaways from the Gallup State of the American Workplace Study

Gallup State of the American Workplace

Last week, Gallup released its State of the American Workplace study (read it here). This is yet another of their comprehensive looks at what really motivates and engages employees. As we’ve done in the past for Gallup’s State of the American Manager, Deloitte’s Study of Millennials, and others, we’ve pulled out some of the essential […]

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What Managers Must Know from the Gallup Employee Engagement Survey

one to one meetings can help detect warning signs someone isn't engaged

Every year, the Gallup Employee Engagement survey reveals insightful findings at a scale few can achieve. It helps inform leaders, managers, and HR departments what’s going on at a meta level across America when it comes to employee trends in engagement, motivation, and interests.  This year’s report focused in particular on managers and is a […]

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Employee Coaching: Why it Matters and How to Become Great at It

coaching employees is a critical part of modern leadeship

What makes a great coach? Is it possible to lead well without employee coaching? What does having a good coach mean to your team? Gartner research shows that employees who report to good coaches are up to 40% more focused. It really is that simple: coaching is a must for great leaders. To be an […]

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How to Ensure a New Manager Succeeds

julie zhuo reminds us that a new manager has to learn from what they experience

Being a new manager can be an exciting, and stressful, opportunity. It’s a great promotion, with new responsibilities, added prestige, and the pay bump to match. It’s also a major career change to a world very different than what you learn in any school or classroom. It’s important that you promote people looking to be […]

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Step by Step How to Praise to Motivate Your Team (and why it matters)

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Praise is one of the most underrated, yet crucial, parts of managing. It can dramatically change how people feel and the caliber of work they produce. Research reported on Harvard Business Review shows that teams that are praised most outperformed those praised less across key criteria like financial performance, customer satisfaction, and 360-degree feedback. Yet, […]

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25 Reasons You Must Start Having One on Ones with Employees

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“Who has time for this?!?” “My team is doing fine.” “I have too many reports to meet with everyone.” “We’re all adults here. We can handle our own problems.” “One on one meetings don’t scale and we only do scalable things here.” There are a lot of excuses why you might not be doing 1 […]

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