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Dynamic Teambuilding: How to Enhance Communication and Build Effective Teams

Team Building

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailPeople differ from each other in fundamental ways including their values, behaviors, talents, temperaments, wants, and beliefs. Powerful communication skills and an understanding of the differences in the way people communicate are essential to effective relationships in the workplace. People will learn how to understand each other and resolve their differ... Read More »

The Spaghetti Management Syndrome – Good Employees Require Good Managers

Leadership

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailWhen an employee quits, many times they don’t quit the company — they quit their manager. I validated this fact in an employee retention survey which showed in 46% of the cases the main reason people quit their employer was because of their first-line supervisor; a painful statistic when you consider how difficult and expensive it is to find and trai... Read More »

What Businesses Do To Drive Good Employees Away

Employee Engagement / Employee Retention / Employee Turnover

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailAuthor and Consultant, Gregory Smith to Speak at SHRM Conference in Atlanta The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) ~ Atlanta is pleased to announce Gregory P. Smith will present at the 17th Annual Southeast Human Resource Conference in Atlanta, Georgia on Monday, October 15, 2007. He is speaking on employee retention, employee recruitment, and em... Read More »

Executive Coaching Program Helps Leaders Improve

Leadership / Leadership Speaker

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailI know you realize how competitive the business world is. In order to get ahead, you have to have knowledge — specialized knowledge. Studies repeatedly show people that succeed in life have made their development top priority. Unfortunately, only a few organizations invest their resources in your personal or professional development. If you are going... Read More »

Healthcare Worker Shortages Will Affect All of Us

Surveys and Statistics / Talent Management

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemail“Estimates from the National Institutes of Health show that U.S. health care organizations could face a shortage of 1 million registered nurses by 2020. A study released in July 2007 by Watson Wyatt Worldwide and the American Society for Healthcare Human Resources found that more than two-thirds of health care employers report having moderate to grea... Read More »

The Sinking of the Titanic: An Analogy of Failed Leadership

Leadership

FacebookTwitterLinkedinPinterestPrintemailTHE SINKING OF THE TITANIC An Analogy of Failed Leadership Gregory P. Smith The Sinking of the Titanic Provides Lessons for Leaders “We have struck iceberg … sinking fast … come to our assistance.” On a cold evening in 1912 that message came blistering across the airwaves. Before they tapped the last bit of Morse code, those words became the epitaph over t... Read More »

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