Welcome to the October 10, 2007 edition of how to keep employees.
Charles H. Green presents How Sales Contests Kill Sales posted at Trust Matters, saying, "Instead of burning out your sales force with destructive sales contests, here's how to make both your sales team and your customers happy."
Wayne Hurlbert presents Staff training: A business essential posted at Blog Business World, saying, "In the hustle and bustle of a daily business routine, proper training of the company staff is often forgotten. Whether the personnel requiring instruction are new hires or long time employees, good staff training is essential to business success. If an employee is unable to do the job assignments, simply as a result of not knowing how to complete the tasks at hand, the company bottom line can experience some severe damage."
Karel Vandenberghe presents 5 Essential Thoughts for Open Source Innovation posted at Open Innovators - Open innovation and crowdsourcing, saying, "An essential way of empowering employees is to involve them in new, open innovation processes. This article present 5 thought to stimulate open source innovation."
GreatManagement presents How Not To Give Staff Feedback posted at The GreatManagement Blog.
Leo Blanco presents How Employee Recognition Affects Your Company | Logo Design Works posted at Small Business Tips.
Doris Chua presents How Do You Manage Your Employees? posted at A Meeting Place for All Home Office Women.
Tupelo Kenyon presents Choose the Companionship of Positive People Who Inspire You posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, "If the people you spend the most time with are inspiring, supportive, encouraging, and they demonstrate qualities you want to emulate – great, you are on the right track. If not, it's up to you to do something about it. Life is too short to put up with other people's pity parties, bitch-and-moan marathons, and oh-woe-is-me clubs"
Ivan Rios presents Why Leadership is About Measuring Success posted at artofleading.net.
wilson ng presents Incompetent Bosses, Inutile Employees, Messed up Systems posted at Reflections of a BizDrivenLife, saying, "What destroys company value faster? A system with established process/brand name but with a bad boss, or an excellent boss but bad systems. In many ocassions, there might be a limit on what a good CEO can do in the face of inutile processes."
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