In most cases, you need both the right strategy and a strong culture. However, if you recognize that culture can be a unique way of competing, you will discover that it may in fact be the essence and heart of the strategy.
Corrective action, in its purest form, is meant to be an alert that performance isn’t meeting company expectations, so the individual can turn things around and get back on track. But what if an employee refuses to sign a written warning?
There might be a “generation gap” when it comes to millennials working for Boomers, but there are so many things both cohorts can learn from each other—making the relationship mutually beneficial.
Establishing and maintaining a reputation for honesty and consistency takes effort and vigilance, but the rewards that come from being seen as a credible leader are significant and long term—for both you and those you lead.
Here’s how to get yourself in the right frame of mind for facing the week head on. You might not exactly look forward to Mondays, but at least you’ll learn how to put the Sunday Night Blues to work for you
Are the people you work with and supervise driving you up the wall? These are the four types of colleagues you’ll find in every workplace. And we hate to break it to you, but one of them is probably you.
By keeping in touch with high-quality people and letting them know that they’re genuinely valued and appreciated, you’ll strengthen your relationships and increase your feelings of joy, connectedness, and fulfillment.
He may be the richest person in the world, but he still cracks the books to stay sharp. Have a look at the ultimate Bill Gates reading list to find out which 5 books he recommends to up your game—and why.
Keeping employees happy isn’t always easy, but it’s necessary in a competitive hiring environment. Frank Sorrentino, CEO of ConnectOne Bank, offers a few pointers on how to make sure your employees actually want to work for you.
Always keep your foot in the door, because you never know when you’ll need it to open. Only 40 percent of women who want to return to full-time work after “off-ramping” actually do.