Leaders Lead and Appreciate Employees to Create Success

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“A paycheck is what an employee lives on. Recognition and appreciation is what they live for,” according to Mac Anderson, the founder of Successories and Simple Truths. Recognition is fast becoming the buzzword of today’s modern workplace.

Does your leadership roadmap include scheduled rest stops along the way to express appreciation and recognize accomplishment? According to Aberdeen’s 2013 employee engagement survey, “Sixty-seven percent of ‘Best-in-Class’ organizations have a formal recognition program, and believe it is extremely valuable in driving individual performance. ...

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Increased Complexities Require a Rapid-fire Component

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Social media technologies have dramatically increased the speed of everything be it good, bad or neutral. Change no longer cranks along at a snail’s pace but rather moves on a millisecond scale over the internet.

It is the speed and scale of change that is causing chaos within the business community. And it requires significant immediate attention paid to it – if a business is to remain competitive and sustainable. It’s not just the shot that’s heard around the world, it ...

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Focused Priorities Fuel Leadership Success

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What are your leadership responsibilities – engaging the workforce, hiring, acquisitions, financial planning, visioneering, innovation? Jack Welch, former chairman and CEO of General Electric, believed he had only three things to do as a leader: choose the right people, allocate the right funds and transmit ideas from division to division at the speed of light.

What is on your leadership priority list? Is it short? Can you articulate your priorities in one easy to understand sentence? Much like a mission statement ...

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Leaders’ Actions Fuel Results

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The old adage “actions speak louder than words” is as relevant today as when first spoken. For leaders, their actions and behaviors reveal their true core values and beliefs. Their actions speak volumes no matter what their words say.

When you strip away characteristics, traits and attributes, you find true leadership behaviors and actions which directly impact workforce engagement, productivity and profitability.

Leaders need to be conscious role models for being engaged, empowered and motivated. If they are not emotionally and intellectually ...

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Use Technology to Influence Millennial Workforce Productivity

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With 105 million strong in the US, the Millennial generation is now larger than the number of Baby Boomers and Generation X combined. Their presence is felt in the workplace and is creating great diversity in age, work ethic, interpersonal social and communication skills.
Instead of silver spoons in their hands, they were born with computers in their laps and cell phones and iPods attached to their ears. They are the first totally digitized generation and are truly hooked on electronic ...
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