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The Best Productivity Tools for Today’s Social Leaders

Does this scenario sound familiar: You sit down in the morning to respond to a few tweets and Facebook messages, then you get pinged on Slack by a coworker needing help. You start to help then you get a reminder that you have a meeting. The meeting gives you four more tasks you hadn’t planned […] Read moreRead More»

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10 Ways to Promote Employee Wellness

 YEC (Young Entrepreneur Council) surveyed some folks about how they promote employee wellness programs. Here are their answers: How does your company promote wellness? 1. Company Gym Memberships We pay for a full membership for any employee who wants to go to the gym that is located behind our office. If you choose to go to […] Read moreRead More»


4 Essential Changes for Current Workplace Challenges

Times have changed: same-sex marriage is now legal, workplaces are becoming increasingly inclusive, and the government has begun cracking down on employees who are classified as independent contractors. As 2016 gets underway, legal, cultural and societal changes have had a tremendous impact on the workplace and caused organizations to reevaluate their policies and practices. It’s a new era for leaders and how they manage their employees…. Read More»


Why Your Employees Don’t Trust You: What to Do About it?

Most people readily understand that trust (or lack thereof) will potentially impact every measure of success in our professional and personal lives. It’s relatively easy to understand the impact of a lack of trust between customers and any business. If customers don’t trust a brand, or a salesperson, because of a poor customer experience or […] Read moreRead More»

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