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Reduce Turnover Without Breaking the Bank

It’s the worst kept secret of the business world—turnover is expensive. Estimates of the cost range from 20% to 213% of the employee’s salary, which adds up to hundreds of thousands, if

Succeeding as a New or Younger CEO

Imagine you’re a camp counselor. You love your job—being around the kids, planning events, and doing what you love in general. Your director has a hike planned for all of the campers.

Using Process Documentation to Work Remotely

A lot has happened in the approximately 19 months since the pandemic officially began. One of the biggest changes is a workforce that has moved largely to remote work to limit the spread of the Coronavirus. While this was initially a shock, we

Can Feedback be Effective?

Have you ever given someone feedback and it went poorly? Whether on your end or theirs? Feedback, though highly necessary for improvement in any area of life, can be difficult to give

How to Break through the CEO Ceiling

CEOs have many skills and habits that push their business to grow and succeed, but once a business reaches a certain level, often referred to as the CEO ceiling or the CEO

This Meeting Could Have Been an Email

If you haven’t had that thought after leaving a meeting, you’re one of lucky ones. Meetings go with the workplace like peanut butter and jelly. Because of COVID-19, many meetings have shifted

Creating a Learning Culture

Wouldn’t it be great if all your employees were rockstars? What if your company had minimal drama, an entire team of employees willing to go the extra mile, an attrition rate below