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7 Smart Tips to Better Delegation

Even the most skillful leaders understand that a company can’t be run entirely by a single person. Delegation is a critical component of any successful company and the only way to ensure that a you and your managers are able to focus on the tasks that will drive the most value for your business.

Fortunately, delegation is a skill that can be mastered over time. Here are a few secrets to better delegation.

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5 Traits of a Great Leader

The presence of a great leader can be the difference between a team that succeeds and one that fails. Studies have shown that companies with strong leaders have nearly double the revenue growth compared to companies with weak leaders. This is especially relevant in the modern information economy, where productivity often depends not on a rote set of mechanical skills, but on the complex interpersonal factors inherent in coordinating a team of people with wide-ranging disciplines.

While there’s no “secret formula” to becoming (or making) a great leader, there is a set of common traits that many great leaders share. Here are five of the most important traits of great leaders, and how you can put them into practice in the workplace.

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Conflict Resolution Games: 6 Ways to End Conflict in Your Office

Any sort of conflict in an office setting is guaranteed to damage your productivity. Its bad effects don’t end there, however; conflict makes people unhappy, and the damage it does to company culture can overwhelm every other aspect of the work environment. Your employee turnover will rise if people don't enjoy being at work, and your organization will repeatedly suffer the disruption and costs of replacing employees. Head off this negative scenario by inviting dueling staff members to participate in the following six conflict resolution games.

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Optimized for all Devices: Responsive Design + eLearning

Have you ever tried to visit an old webpage on your phone or tablet? The content doesn’t fit properly in the screen. You likely have to scroll around and zoom in and out to view text and images. Unfortunately, many users have the same experience with most eLearning courses available today.

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Motivating Team Members: 5 Secrets to Keep Your Team Motivated

The importance of employee motivation in the modern business world can’t be overstated since it’s likely to be the determining factor in whether your best-laid plans succeed or fail. Indeed, one of the biggest reasons the American economy has been able to maintain its dominant international position is the fact that U.S. workers are among the most productive in the entire world. However, after 150 years of nearly unprecedented productivity, we may have hit our maximum.

As structural forces begin to slow growth in productivity, you’ll need to rely even more on motivating team members to find future gains and maintain the success you’ve already built. Here’s how to get started.

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4 Effective Talent Management Strategies

You manage an organization and want to do your part in making it a successful enterprise. Often, doing your fair share may not be enough in a growing and diverse work environment. As a manager, you should seek out help from your network of employees. The key is to elicit optimal participation from workers whose teamwork and collaboration benefit company growth and development. Finding the best employees to do that may seem like a daunting task, but, with the right strategies, it’s definitely possible.

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Why Delegation Matters To Your Business

 

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Getting Your Boss to Support Your Recruitment Training

Recruitment training is a vital component of any company’s game plan for attracting the best talent. However, it’s not always easy to convince your boss that recruitment training is important.

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Top 4 Benefits of Microlearning


Microlearning is a technique that focuses on small, easily digestible lessons, instead of longer and more   comprehensive teaching sessions. The benefits of microlearning are particularly well suited to the modern “on-the-go” lifestyle, especially when it comes to business environments.

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5 Steps to Enhancing Workplace Conflict Resolution

Resolving workplace conflicts can be one of the trickiest jobs for a manager. A 2008 study found that the average employee spends 2.8 hours per week dealing with conflict in the office. The very existence of a conflict can often blur the line between personal and professional affairs, making it uncomfortable for many people. When you’re the one with the authority to resolve the situation, navigating that line can seem like a gargantuan task.

Fortunately, most workplace conflicts stem from a handful of common sources and can be effectively addressed with a generally applicable playbook. Here is our five-step process for workplace conflict resolution.

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