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Dan Rose

The greatest boss that I ever had invited disagreement with his decisions … up to a point. He actively sought out differing opinions and ideas, but at some point, it was his decision to make. Afterwards, it was up to us to make it come true. And this was back in 1978 before the “treat your employees like human beings” trend started. On the other…


Dan Rose

Whether it’s a networking event, dinner with acquaintances, first date, or business meeting, you’re going to have to engage in small talk. And most of the time, small talk can seem unimportant—even downright painful! The awkward silences … the struggle to find something to say … all you want to do is get out of there! And while you may think small talk is inconsequential,…


Cameron Bishop

Difficult employees. Every workplace has them, and the common cry resounds, “Why can’t we just fire them?” Why? Because firing people is expensive. Termination means you’re throwing all that employee’s training, experience, and corporate knowledge away. Add in the time and overall cost of searching for a replacement, interviewing all the candidates, screening them, hiring them, training them, and getting them up to the level…


Brenda Smyth

  An employee’s first performance review can be a real blow to the ego, but it shouldn’t be. The scale on these forms at many businesses is 1-5, with a standard rating of “meets expectations” being a 3. Most of us have grown up with an educational grading system running A-F, so that middle range…