3 Bad Managers who are Actually Awesome

We’ve all worked jobs we didn’t like, whether it was a temporary gig, or the job went on entirely too long. Often, it wasn’t necessarily the work itself that was the worst, but rather the horrible boss that oversaw daily operations. In fact, “bad bosses” are cited as the number one cause of , such […] Read moreRead More»

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Turn Around Even the Most Unmotivated Team by Being Proactive

If you want to get the best possible performance from your team, you have to make them feel valued, and the rest will simply fall into place…. Read More»


How To Successfully Utilize the Employee-Service Profit Chain

Despite its early success, Sears began to have trouble when it starting diverting its attention from its retail roots. Starting in 1993, Arthur Martinez proposed a change in Sears’ culture that would focus on the level of employee satisfaction and how it impacts profits…. Read More»

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