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nonverbal communication skills for leadership

Nonverbal Communication for Effective Leadership

Some experts tell people it isn’t what you say but how you say it that’s more important. They’re wrong. Good communicators skillfully use both....
Lessons for first time employers

Leadership Lessons Part 1: First Time Employers

Is it better to lead with an iron fist or a velvet glove? That’s a difficult question, especially for first time employers. Yet the...
learn how to avoid employee burnout

5 Ways to Avoid Employee Burnout

You survived your busiest time of the year—the holiday rush. And your employees were likely the engine that fueled your success. They worked extra...

5 Ways to Attract and Retain Young Talent

Young talent aren't looking for the traditional employee incentives, but you can attract young candidates with these 5 strategies.
Legistlators Lend Me Your Ear

Legislators, Lend Me Your Ear

Don’t they know in Washington how this issue affects us? Find out how to get your viewpoint heard among your elected representatives.
firing an employee

Your First Time Firing an Employee

You’ve tried to make it work but this just isn’t working out. Firing an employee can be difficult, especially when it’s your first time....

Meet Richard Estrada, Cable ONE Technical Operations Manager

“Each of us is a consumer too. So we want to provide the same service that we’d expect for our own family. You do...
Productivity

Boosting Productivity in Summer

The temperatures are rising but energy levels are waning during the summer months. Especially when it comes to productivity at work. It’s hard for...

Managing Employees When They’re Family

It’s one thing to deal with an employee who is always late but what if that employee happens to be your brother-in-law? It isn’t...

Developing Relationships With Your Millennial Employees

Millennial employees make up nearly thirty-six percent of the workforce. Is your business ready to connect with the new kid on the block?