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2016-01-06

Getting your manager’s support when dealing with a problem team member

By Ken Warren

There is no doubt that if you are in a role where you need to address the performance of a team member with a long history of being difficult, that you need the support of your manager.

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2016-01-06

Making conflict work for you

By Jim Dawson

Conflict is inevitable. We may be afraid of it and handle it poorly, allowing problems to fester and grow. We may use it to control and manipulate others. Or we may accept that conflict is necessary for things to improve or change.

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2015-12-08

High-impact performers for tough times: 6 ways to keep them happy

By Dr. Marshall Goldsmith and Kelly Goldsmith

Talent is never out of fashion. But high-impact performers are in demand now more than ever. We’re speaking here of those indispensable workers who will do what it takes to help your company succeed...

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2015-12-08

Conducting effective reference checks

By go2 Tourism HR Society

Reference checking allows you to ensure that you are finding the most qualified person...By conducting reference checks, you can avoid costs associated with failed probation periods...

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2015-12-08

Are your employees engaged? Are you?

By Gregg Gregory

If your team members are not engaged on a regular basis, there is a reason: the culture is not congruent with engagement. Ultimately, to get employees more engaged, the culture must be transformed.

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2015-11-09

Long distance leadership for virtual team success

By Jennell Evans

During the last decade there has been a significant increase in the number of people working on virtual teams. Leaders who are new to this way of working are asking, “How do I lead people that I don’t see"...

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