Posts Tagged How to improve your leadership skills

How To Set Team Members Up For Success

How To Set Team Members Up For Success

One area that all businesses could improve in, is the onboarding of new team members. How well this process is carried out has a huge impact on the future of the team member. Get this right and your team member is feeling welcomed, comfortable and ready to

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The Secret To Giving Great Feedback

The Secret To Giving Great Feedback

Last week I talked about the need for managers to up their feedback levels, to improve their team’s motivation and engagement levels. One of the reasons I find managers don’t provide enough feedback is not knowing the right way and the correct words to use. In this

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6 Simple Steps to Motivate your Team

6 Simple Steps to Motivate your Team

With stores slowly starting to reopen, it will be critical for store managers to focus on keeping their team motivated in these different times. Motivated team members will be essential to your success in engaging positively with customers who venture into your stores for the first time.

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Why Your Business Needs To have mentors

Why Your Business Needs To have mentors

I have written a number of times about the challenges in retaining your top talent. The Harvard Business Review recently wrote about the power of businesses putting in place a mentorship program and the positive impact mentors have on team members. The HBR study found that employees

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8 Steps to Help Make You a Great Leader

8 Steps to Help Make You a Great Leader

I love sharing research from Gallup as their ability to find out in depth what makes leaders tick, is legendary. Their most recent article highlighted 8 behaviours of the world’s best leaders, so I wanted to share them with you, plus I have added some of my

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This Is Why Leadership Needs To Do A 180

This Is Why Leadership Needs To Do A 180

With businesses struggling with employee engagement, maybe it’s time to completely change the traditional business focus. Most businesses first priority is for profit first and to its shareholders, followed by customers and then employees. However this can often result in disgruntled and unmotivated employees who feel as

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