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Seven Steps to Conduct a Personal Performance Inventory

By James Greenway on November 26, 2014

Considering the investment employers have made in you, it’s your responsibility to take the steps necessary to consistently demonstrate your value and worth. Taking an inventory of your performance serves as a reminder of what’s important and helps you stay focused on achieving your goals.

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Why Female Managers Drive Greater Employee Engagement

By James Greenway on November 13, 2014

Who’s better at engaging their employees—men or women? Does gender make a difference in manager effectiveness? A new Gallup study identifies key areas where female managers excel, but really these characteristics are the hallmarks of great managers regardless of gender. Learn three ways female managers are outperforming their male counterparts.

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Five Steps for Helping Employees Develop Personal Resilience

By Lee Hecht Harrison on October 14, 2014

Organization change announcements often require working in uncertainty for extended periods of time while decisions are being made. If employees lack resilience, engagement and productivity plummet and retention slips as the best talent moves on. How do you ensure employees can bounce back and not only survive, but thrive?

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Seven Steps to Start Your New Job with Confidence

By Kristen Leverone on September 30, 2014

When you join a new organization, there are so many unknowns that it can be overwhelming. That’s why it’s important to do more listening than talking. With a strategy, you’ll soon understand the culture, have a grasp of what’s expected, and be making major contributions. Here are seven tips for reading the culture, building alliances and aligning expectations so you’re prepared to make an immediate impact in your new role.

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