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Coaching for Success – Free Weekly Tips

Free Weekly Tips – Coaching for Success I offer free weekly tips to help leaders motivate their teams. I love it when readers tell me about their successes. One of the tips is Coaching for Success. A reader wrote to say this tip helped employees to become more competent and engaged:         […]

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Supervising and Recognizing Entry-level Workers

I received an email this morning from Meghann, who successfully supervises entry level/college students. Since I frequently hear what a difficult demographic this is to motivate, I thought I would share what she has to say, word for word: Morning Cindy! My number one piece of “recognition” lately is flexibility. When a hard working staff […]

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Millennials Expect More Structure from Work Environment

A recent employee recognition study of over 800 respondents found that those 25 and under want the most structure to their work. Santa Cruz, California October 1, 2008 The study found that those 25 and under want the most structure to their work. This group was most inclined to agree with the statement “To be […]

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