Top Performance

February 28, 2013

Do you know if your manager considers you a top performer? Every manager wants top performers and most people want to do their very best at work. Requirements for exceptional job performance should not be a mystery on your job. Performance expectations should be clearly communicated, attainable and properly rewarded. How well is that done in your organization?

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Diversity and the Bottom Line (Tip of the Month)

May 30, 2012

Mention the word ‘diversity’ in a company and the reactions you get will be, well, diverse: a knowing wink, attesting to the “yeah, we’ve checked THAT box” attitude; a rolling of the eyes and inward groans, indicating a “we do it because quotas are required” environment; a shrug of the shoulders and a heavy sigh, illustrative of HR’s upcoming annual diversity training requirement, but with no real understanding or concern for why it’s required.

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The Power of Motivation

May 17, 2011

Many managers believe–wrongly–that inadequate workers choose to perform badly. They surmise that employees could do better if they wished. In reality, the two greatest reasons for nonperformance are that employees do not know what they are supposed to do or do not know how to do it. In most other cases, nonperformance is related to:

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