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10 Tips For Reducing Employee Turnover

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Many people agree turnover is a growing issue, particularly as hiring picks up.

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Simon Sinek: How Extraordinary Leaders Evolve

Simon Sinek: How Extraordinary Leaders Evolve | Organizational change | Scoop.it
Leadership writer and top TED speaker Simon Sinek explains how great leaders create a "circle of safety" for their teams.
Simon Sinek doesn't have the second-most-watched TED talk for nothing.

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The Big Difference Between Leaders and Managers

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Leaders are a causal force — they cause things to happen that were not going to happen without their influence.

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Can a toxic boss be managed? - TechRepublic

Can a toxic boss be managed? - TechRepublic | Organizational change | Scoop.it
If you have a toxic boss, the last thing you want to do is spend your valuable time trying to bring out the best in him or her. But that's just what you might have to do. (Can a toxic boss be managed?

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4 Ways To Manage Your Emotions For Better Leadership

4 Ways To Manage Your Emotions For Better Leadership | Organizational change | Scoop.it
Your emotional state can have a profound effect on the people around you - and your business. (RT @UPrinting: 4 Ways To Manage Your Emotions For Better Leadership!

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4 Things That Keep Employees Loyal (Hint: It's Not Money or Perks)

4 Things That Keep Employees Loyal (Hint: It's Not Money or Perks) | Organizational change | Scoop.it
Hey, if Google and Amazon can't keep employees from leaving, then money and perks aren't the answers. Here's what is.

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Turn around a toxic work culture - Human Capital Magazine Online

Turn around a toxic work culture - Human Capital Magazine Online | Organizational change | Scoop.it
Turn around a toxic work culture
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Toxic cultures breed hostile, pessimistic team members, drive away top talent and prevent organisations from reaching their full potential.

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William Rowell's curator insight, January 8, 2014 3:59 PM

Like this article, I have found workforce surveys to be very helpful in identifying what’s working well, but more importantly what’s not working for the organization.  Leaders build trust and empowerment with their personnel by listening and effectively acting as a leader or a team to address the agents or issues leading to the toxic work environment. 

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Toxic Leadership

This article describes and defines toxic leadership. Although written for a military audience the content applies to many organizational settings.

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Toxic Trait To Avoid #1

Toxic Trait To Avoid #1 | Organizational change | Scoop.it
By James Kwak I generally refuse to be drawn into the Yellen-Summers horse race because (a) everything that can be said, has been said, (b) I have no original information or insight, and (c) it's a...

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george_reed's curator insight, July 29, 2013 6:19 PM

Toxic Leaders tend to kiss up and kick down. 

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Rudeness at Work: What Can Leaders Do?

Rudeness at Work: What Can Leaders Do? | Organizational change | Scoop.it
Leaders can have a tremendous positive (or negative) impact on the incidence of rudeness. Many leaders are under extraordinary pressure to do more with less, which often impacts their own well-being and tolerance levels.

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4 Keys to Coaching Underperforming Employees

4 Keys to Coaching Underperforming Employees | Organizational change | Scoop.it
Dealing with an employee who's struggling to keep up? These 4 simple steps will help you make your team stronger.
Winning leaders are those who coach good employees to become better people.

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Organizational Development Falters When Leaders Fail to Give “Permission” to Change

Organizational Development Falters When Leaders Fail to Give “Permission” to Change | Organizational change | Scoop.it
organizational development falters when leaders fail to give "permission" for change: http://t.co/wP9LmQosl0

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10 Tips For Managing A Moody Boss - In Photos: 10 Tips For Managing A Moody Boss

10 Tips For Managing A Moody Boss - In Photos: 10 Tips For Managing A Moody Boss | Organizational change | Scoop.it
Does your boss experience mood swings on a regular basis? Does he or she
suddenly become irritable, negative, or isolated for no apparent
reason?

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