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2014-07-08

The 5 biggest mistakes managers make when carrying out staff appraisals

By Duncan Brodie

Staff appraisals or staff performance reviews are pretty common in most organizations these days. While these sessions should be an ideal opportunity to reflect and get the best from each and every employee, it does not always turn out that way...

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2014-07-08

Speak up and sort it out

By Ken Warren

Being reluctant to sort through difficulties at work seems to be a very human condition. Many of us get frustrated or hurt by others at work, but we refuse to speak to that person directly...

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2014-07-08

High performers: how to get them,...how to keep them!

By Steve Schmidt

High-performing employees are something every small business owner should dream of finding and hiring into his or her company. After all, high performers are confident, multi-tasking team players...

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2014-06-11

The five biggest mistakes managers make in recognizing their employees

By John Schaefer

Jennifer was at the end of her rope. It was time for a new job, one that would let her use all of her talents, creativity and experience. The exit interview was uneventful, and then she was finally free!

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2014-06-11

Smart hiring: are you doing it right?

By Marcia Zidle

Does your hiring process consist of proven practices or just a hodgepodge of activities that get into gear when someone says, “I need more people” or “Sally has left and we need someone to take her place now?”

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2014-06-11

How to build a team that delivers

By Duncan Brodie

Leading is a tough role. The reason individuals make it into a leadership role is because they are very good at what they do. However, effectively facilitating and orchestrating every leadership aspect is challenging.

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