In a recent Inc.com post, contributor Laura Garnett interviewed Lee Burgage, chief people officer at the Motley Fool. Burgage shared his perspectives on how the company has created an environment that creates a loyal workforce.
Combine long hours, ample opportunities for digital and social media distraction, as well as poor time management, and the result is slipping work performance and a lot of wasted effort.
In a recent Entrepreneur post, James Reinhart, co-founder of thredUp.com, gives five ways leaders and employees can optimize their morning routines to maintain high levels of productivity all day long.
Good, honest feedback is essential to reinforcing good behaviors and correcting bad ones, but what makes some business leaders so effective at providing quality feedback?
In a recent Entrepreneur post, Gwen Moran explores five key elements of effective feedback.
In a recent post on peoplematters.in, contributor Andrew Warren Smith suggests HR leaders start practicing the idea of limiting choices, and reinvesting recaptured time and energy into other priorities.
To begin narrowing down areas of focus for 2014, he offers the following list:
One of the keys to sustained business success is understanding and embracing innovation. All organizations — and not just the Googles and the Apples of the world — can become innovative, but it can be challenging for some business leaders to see innovation in their teams and businesses.