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Which Is More Effective In The Workplace – Positive or Negative Reinforcement?

Solid managers encourage their employees to stay engaged and committed to their tasks; however, all leaders don’t use the same approach.   Some managers will use positive reinforcement to promote and acknowledge their employees dedication as well as hard work, while others are more apt to using negative reinforcement in order to keep their employees motivated. […]

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Is It Really That Difficult To Track Down Top Talent?

Successfully attaining dedicated and viable candidates in today’s marketplace may seem to be an impossible task.  Employers are constantly in search of the “perfect” candidate, but does this seemingly flawless individual actually exist?  Truth be told, employers might be the ones to blame for the talent shortages that are present – or rather – lacking within […]

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Don’t Make It So Complicated, Simply Lead

Leadership is one of the hardest roles to tackle, but if you’re truly destined to take on this prestigious endeavor consider a different approach and stop making it so complicated.  Often times, leadership is made out to be more difficult than it should be.  Chinese Philosopher, Lau Tzu, once said “When an effective leader is […]

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Overshadowed—Do Extroverts Receive More Recognition Than Introverts?

When a potential promotion is in the works, who do you think will be crowned with a new title and office; the introvert or extrovert? Typically, extroverts are perceived as individuals who are socially dominant and as a result, they can potentially gain leadership roles through this method.  It’s a very natural, as well as […]

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Bosses’ Small Gestures Send Big Signals

From the Wall Street Journal, this article explains why bosses must be extra aware of their behavior.  So many eyes are on these leaders that even the smallest gestures – of which bosses may not even be aware – affect and influence others. . We have some thoughts about this!  But bear with us for a […]

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