The Five Most Important Factors in Professional Relationships (According to Modern Thought Leaders)

It is imperative for any individual striving for success in the workplace to learn how to establish professional relationships. Take note, as thought leaders from Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Chron weigh in on the five most important factors involved in professional relationships.

Five Love Languages and Other Frameworks to Empower Yourself

“Greatness belongs to those who have mastered their internal world.” — Brendon Burchard

This is one of my favorite quotes from Brendon Burchard’s Motivation Manifesto. In the quote, Burchard’s point is that greatness comes from within. You need to understand yourself before you can contribute anything truly wonderful to the world.

The Beginners Guide to Motivating Your Team: The Top 6 Do's & Don'ts

As a leader, you have no doubt discovered that one of your biggest challenges is not just how to motivate your team, but how to maintain a consistent and ongoing tenor of morale that translates into results.

The 7 Keys to Reduce Employee Turnover According to 7 Famous Leaders

Retention. Attrition. Turnover. These words ring loud in the ears of business leaders. While all turnover may not be preventable, there are strategies that management can use to reduce the number and frequency of workers who join the ‘dearly departed’.

TED Talks Leadership: 5 Videos You Need to Know

TED Talks leadership videos do more than stir your curiosity. They’ve become a go-to for the leading ideas on where our world is heading. With thousands of videos to pore through, I wanted to offer you the 5 TED Talks I recommend to business leaders across the country.

Swift Trust in the Gig Economy

There’s growing evidence that recent growth in U.S. employment has been almost totally the result of an increase in part-time and freelance work. A startling analysis by economists Lawrence Katz of Harvard University and Alan Krueger at Princeton University, reported by Dan Kopf in Quartz, lays out a stark reality:

Trendsetting Companies That Are Nailing Employee Recognition

The American workplace has changed. For better or worse, hiring the right people is no longer the holy grail it used to be—it’s just a start. Now, more than ever, employee recognition is a key ingredient for reduced turnover, increased profitability, and overall success.

The Leadership Series: How to Stay Positive for Your Organization Despite the Uncertainty of 2017

The world’s greatest leaders demonstrate great strength of purpose, tolerance, empathy, and endurance ― all of the characteristics of staying positive through uncertainty.

How to Reduce Employee Attrition Before You Lose Profits

High employee attrition costs way more than you think. A study by the Center for American Progress recently found that the cost of employee turnover for a single worker can add up to more than 16 percent of their annual salary, and for un-salaried employees it can come to a whopping 213 percent of their wage especially when it comes to individuals with specialized training.

13 Super Simple Ways to Show Employee Appreciation Without Breaking the Bank

According to a study by Gallup, “The number one reason most Americans leave their job is that they don’t feel appreciated. In fact, 65% of people surveyed said they got no recognition for good work this year.” It seems simple enough—if you show your employees you appreciate them, they will in turn be more engaged and less inclined to leave your organization. However, finding unique and inexpensive ways to appreciate employees has gotten increasingly difficult as recognition programs have...