Five Skills Every Job Seeker Should Talk About During Their Interview

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To grab the attention of a hiring manager, you’ll need to be a standout candidate. It’s not just about your education and experience, it’s about the skills you bring to the table. When it’s time for your interview, you need to promote your best abilities to show you are the most advantageous choice. These are… Read more »

How to Effectively Recognize Your Employee’s Accomplishments

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Every manager understands the importance of employee retention. It’s expensive to replace workers, and training is a serious investment especially when you work in a specialized field. One of the best ways to retain quality workers is to show appreciation. Recognizing staff accomplishments is not only a helpful tool for morale, it’s a necessary part… Read more »

What Happens When Your Top Performer Begins Slacking?

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The plague of laziness can hit any professional, whether they’re feeling unmotivated or burned out. Slacking can lead to missed deadlines, shoddy work, and worst of all: it’s contagious. How do you proceed when it cripples your top performer? And how can you prevent it from spreading to your entire team? Approach With Caution When… Read more »

Signs Your Employee Handbook Isn’t Working

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To run an effective and responsible organization, it’s essential to keep up with rules and regulations. Every industry is held to a specific standard, and there are rules that all companies need to abide by. But maintaining high standards requires clear communication and a strong enforcement of those rules. If your employee handbook isn’t working,… Read more »

Crucial Information You Could Be Overlooking While Training Your Next New Hire

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Onboarding is the number one way to lay down clear expectations for your workers. Starting with a strong foundation is essential to the success of your employees. As a leader, you need to take onboarding seriously. Turnover is expensive, but avoidable with the right onboarding program. Spend time welcoming your new staff members and providing… Read more »

Culture is a Big Factor in Making Your Employees Stay

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Retention is a huge responsibility of any company leader. As someone in management, you need to keep your staff in the loop and on board. Any industry leader knows the secret to successful retention of quality staff is to have a positive company culture. These days, employees aren’t willing to deal with poor treatment or… Read more »

How to Make Your Employees Feel Appreciated

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So, you’re determined to be a smart, effective leader. You’ve got a library full of motivational handbooks, inspiring quotes on your office walls and you’ve participated in every workshop and conference available to build your leadership abilities. Here’s the big industry secret you’ve been missing: None of your preparation matters if you don’t cultivate a… Read more »

Unique Ways to Find New Talent

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Hiring the right people to join your team can be tricky, especially in a candidate market. Hundreds of applications, dozens of interviews, and multiple offers may not always work out for your company. The entire process can be exhausting, and you’ve got work to do. Are you tired of hearing from the same unqualified applicants,… Read more »

How to Re-Motivate Your Team

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Whether it’s a summer slump or an overworked staff, a leader can always tell when the team needs a boost. Even if you have top talent, it can be easy for employees to feel tired or uninspired. Are you feeling let down by a staff that can’t keep up? Worried that the deadline is going… Read more »

Keeping Your Team on Track in The Summer

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No leader wants to ruin the fun of a promising Colorado summer. When the winter winds finally subside, it’s time for water sports on Bear Lake, hiking Pikes Peak or just chatting on the patio at the best local breweries. Employees are tempted to cut out before four or leave the rest until Monday. Whether… Read more »