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4 Debunked Myths About Managing Millennials

4 Debunked Myths About Managing Millennials

By Dave Mattson / April 24, 2015

Take a look at your workforce. Chances are high that it’s generationally diverse, with Boomers, Generation Xers, and Millennials working at every level. That last cohort – Millennials, Gen Y, Generation Next, etc. – has been the subject of boundless research and discussion in the past 15 years. Often when older generations discuss younger ones,…

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4 Lessons Learned from Taking the Coach Mentality over the Manager Mentality

4 Lessons Learned from Taking the Coach Mentality over the Manager Mentality

By Brian Sullivan / April 24, 2015

Understanding when to take a coaching approach over a managing mentality can make a huge difference in your effectiveness as a leader. To be an effective leader you need to master both leadership styles; the key is to know when to wear which hat. When you’re managing, you’re often organizing a project, providing instructions, outlining…

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How to Give Constructive Criticism to Your Sales Team

How to Give Constructive Criticism to Your Sales Team

By Dave Mattson / April 24, 2015

No one likes being told that his or her work is lacking but, as a manager, relaying this information is a fundamental part of your job. The manner in which you deliver constructive criticism, however, determines whether you are simply a manager, or a great team leader. Yelling and belittling your employees will prevent them from…

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4 Core Skills Leaders Needs to be Successful at Any Level of Management

4 Core Skills Leaders Needs to be Successful at Any Level of Management

By Dave Mattson / April 24, 2015

It’s a common notion to believe that leaders at different levels should have a different set of skills. However, Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman of the leadership development consultancy Zenger Folkman write in Harvard Business Review that leaders should be practicing the same core skills that have driven them from their first day in the workforce, no…

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How Management Training Can Help You Avoid the Unexpected Cost of a Bad Hire

How Management Training Can Help You Avoid the Unexpected Cost of a Bad Hire

By Dave Mattson / April 24, 2015

Want to hear a troubling statistic? The US Department of Labor estimates that a bad hire costs your business 30% of that employee’s potential year-one earnings. This is a conservative estimate, too. It’s difficult to calculate the loss incurred when you hire the wrong person for your business. Every manager and business owner has dealt…

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5 Simple Rules to Build a Sales Team that is Better, Stronger, and more Profitable

5 Simple Rules to Build a Sales Team that is Better, Stronger, and more Profitable

By Brian Sullivan / April 23, 2015

Think you have got the perfect sales team? No matter how successful your group, every team has room for improvement. Whether your team falls flat in a specific area or they lack motivation, putting the time into improving faults helps create a more cohesive, successful sales force. Work together and follow these 5 simple rules…

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3 Ways Leaders “ADE” Team Performance

3 Ways Leaders “ADE” Team Performance

By Hamish Knox / April 17, 2015

Many leaders, especially if they were promoted from within, struggle with performance management. Not because they are bad leaders, but because they easily slide back into “doing” instead of “leading”. A leader can pull themselves out of “doing” by being a performance “A.D.E” to their team. Specifically, ensuring each member of their team has the…

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Top 8 Tips for an Accountability Group that Works

Top 8 Tips for an Accountability Group that Works

By David Trapani / April 16, 2015

Salespeople are often viewed as individuals who hold themselves accountable. Accountable to getting up and out every day and pushing themselves to get to the next level.  They are most often seen as doing things that others don’t want to do. They hold themselves accountable. What’s the reality? It’s not always that easy. Many salespeople…

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25 Real Teamwork Tips for Managers

25 Real Teamwork Tips for Managers

By Dave Mattson / March 6, 2015

Although teamwork is frequently the most efficient way  to complete a big project, many managers struggle to lead a cohesive team. Managing individual employees along with the broader group dynamic brings confusion to team projects, causing the work and your team management capabilities to suffer. Tackle teamwork problems before they come up with these 25 tips…

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How to Avoid the 5 Management Mistakes that Completely Kill Innovation

How to Avoid the 5 Management Mistakes that Completely Kill Innovation

By Dave Mattson / January 29, 2015

Being a manager that is both well respected and effective in the workplace is a difficult balancing act. While it is important to keep your employees happy, you also need to ensure that their work is still producing results. The first step in managing effectively is to recognize the problems you may be inadvertently causing.…

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