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Keeping Employees Motivated

Keeping Employees Motivated Keeping Employees Motivated

 How can you ensure that standardizing work doesn’t inadvertently cause your employees to become demotivated? When work becomes routine and repetitive, employees can lose motivation. Here are three tips to keep work interesting. The first tip is to avoid dumbing down the work. This can happen as you try to make things more standardized […]

Being Heard As An Introverted Leader

Being Heard As An Introverted Leader Being Heard As An Introverted Leader

 If you are an introverted leader, you might feel your colleagues get more credit than they deserve, and you might not be getting proper credit and acknowledgement for the contributions you make. It can be irritating if you are a self-contained introvert and you are seeing your extroverted colleagues get more credit and accolades […]

Leadership Tips To Avoid Bureaucracy

Leadership Tips To Avoid Bureaucracy Leadership Tips to Avoid Bureaucracy

 Why is it that companies with more bureaucratic cultures tend to make a big deal about little things? You don’t have to be a government agency or a publicly funded institution to have a bureaucratic culture. Bureaucracy develops in many large established companies. A bureaucracy in and of itself is not a bad thing—after […]

Are You Creating Your Own Frustrations?

Are You Creating Your Own Frustrations? Are you Creating Your Own Frustrations?

 There are three common frustrations leaders have with their workgroups, that can be linked back to what they, as the leader, are doing. The first frustration that can be linked back to a leader’s actions is employees who are not accountable. Leaders want employees to take ownership and be accountable. They want their workers […]

Passing The Test As A New Leader

Passing The Test As A New Leader Passing the Test as a New Leader - Greg Schinkel

 As a new leader taking over a workgroup, some employees may decide to test you. Passing those tests will establish you as a confident and respected leader. Here are three strategies to help you pass the test as a new leader: The first strategy is to get to know your team and their capabilities. […]