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Recognizing Milestones: 8 Solid Options for Honoring Employees

How do you celebrate big employee milestones at your company, like 5 or 10 years? 1. Take Them Out to a Nice Meal I insist on taking team members who achieve a large milestone out for a nice meal.


11 Simple Ways You Can Impress Your New, Millennial Boss

  Question: How can a new team member impress their Millennial boss?   BECK BAMBERGER – BAM Communications Follow the Three “W’s” “We constantly need to hold clients accountable, manage expectations and tell each other what we’re relying on. I never want to wonder, “What are you doing? When will I see that? Why are you doing it?” I created the three “W”s, which stand for “What you are doing,” “Why you are doing it,” and “When it will be done.” Communicate these constantly to your clients, team and me, and you’ll be golden.”    DOUGLAS HUTCHINGS – Picasolar Be Passionate “I love seeing people enjoy their work.

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Top 10 Ways to Change Compensation Structure Without Causing Panic

Business owners often need to make employee compensation alterations for various reasons, whether it’s to adjust for new business goals, launch new incentive programs or simply lower expenses. Unfortunately, many organizations forget to include employees in the process.


14 Important Leadership Lessons Learned From Great Bosses

1. Listen to What Your Team Says The best boss I ever had truly listened to what everyone else had to say. I had bosses who just told us all what to do and walked away when we started talking, but my best boss would sit down and really listen.

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Best Advice I Ever Got: Nicolas Gremion

Nicolas Gremion moved to Costa Rica with a credit card and an idea for changing the book-publishing business. Crazy? Maybe, but it’s working.

Nicolas Germion is the founder and CEO of Paradise Publishers Inc., the company behind Foboko and Free-eBooks, an e-book publisher.


Why you should write a business book

Everything has a story behind it, but if that story isn’t told, who cares? If no one had written down the tales of Camelot, King Arthur and the Round Table would be unknown today.

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Self-Publishing in the 21st Century: It’s Not Just for Authors

Five years ago, if you’d felt like doing a little reading, you would most likely have reached for a physical, printed book. Today, you might grab your iPad or Kindle. Our idea of a “book” has changed dramatically with the advent of e-readers and tablets, but today, what constitutes a “publisher” is also up for debate.


Stop, Smell the Roses, and Prevent Startup Burnout

When I started my business, the commute from my bedroom to my office was just three steps. While wearing a bathrobe to work was an undeniable pleasure, there were other aspects of this arrangement that were not so relaxing.