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Keeping With The Times: When Slow Hinders Production

Within a few months, the newest technology is already outdated and almost unsellable in today’s fast evolving industries. Everything moves and advances at such an increased speed—you blink for a moment and you’re already old news. Ten years ago, you could not accomplish the same tasks that a computer could on your phone… it wasn’t even a future thought! And […]

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Bouncing Back From Potholes

Everyone hits potholes in their performance and company that need to be filled and cemented in place.  You don’t see them coming, but you feel when they hit—taking out a tire here or  a hub cab there. Fortunately, you can bounce back—you’ve got a spare tire in the back of your car that will help get you back on track. […]

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Bringing New Life To The Morning Staff Meeting

The best part about morning staff meetings as an employee? The coffee (unless you happen to be that one employee who is allergic to caffeine). As a manager, it can often be difficult to keep your employees awake and attentive at an early morning staff meeting, however studies have proven that we are our most creative in the morning. With […]

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Managing and Encouraging Your Women Employees

Let’s face it – men and women are different. The differences between men and women are both physical and mental—as the manager, it’s up to you to encourage the work performance of both parties equally. Today we want to focus only on women and how you can step up at your work place. The battle still exists in the corporate […]

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Manage Employees Who Wallow In Negativity

There’s always that person who you avoid conversation with because it’s going to be seeping with negativity and the last thing you need today is a complaining body to manage. As a manager, you’re trying to keep your crew on top of their game, but you just can’t get some of them past the habit of blowing up situations and […]

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