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Be a Victim or Be a Hero: It’s Your Choice

If you’ve been a leader for very long, you have no doubt heard these complaints from the people on your team, explaining why they aren’t successful: “I need to hire more people. There’s just too much work and we’re overwhelmed.” “This project isn’t a good fit for my team. They’re just not motivated to really …

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Why Do Good People Underperform?

By Mark Fenner Why Do Good People Underperform? For a new hire, you may now be wondering what you saw in that person in the first place. For existing staffers, there may be a change for the worse in their performance, and you’re puzzling over why. There are a few general reasons why someone is …

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TDECU Embraces Rise Performance Group Assessment Tools to Enhance Hiring, Job Moves

DALLAS, July 29, 2013 – TDECU, one of Texas’ largest credit unions, is now using powerful job candidate assessment tools from Rise Performance Group in its insurance and investment divisions, to optimize its hiring and internal promotion and transfer decisions. TDECU, the largest credit union in the Houston area, serves 170,000 members through 32 branches …

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Managing Change with Social Intrapreneurs

By Sally Ann Moyer The business world is starting to sound more like science fiction with the rise of a new hybrid species: the social intrapreneur. You can rest assured that the science fiction stops there and these hybrids are nothing to fear. Social intrapreneurs move easily between the corporate and social worlds and add …

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How to Recover from a Slump in Workplace Performance

By Sally Ann Moyer You’re stuck. Your workplace performance has stagnated and you’re frustrated. You start to get anxious, so you try even harder. More effort does not always solve your problems. How can you stay sane when you feel like you’re stuck in a rut? Author Garret Kramer suggests employing “Stillpower” (the title of …

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The Importance of Retaining Customer Service Employees

By Jaylyn Schumpert Employee turnover is a challenge that every organization faces at one time or another. It is uncommon in today’s world for an employee to remain at the same company for more than five years. Sometimes an employee leaving may be the result of a managerial decision and other times it may be voluntary …

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What Tim Duncan Can Teach Us About Leadership in the Office

By Sarah Watson For anyone who played team sports in high school or college, you know their importance for building strong leaders with solid work ethics. Even if you didn’t participate in a sport, the similarities between team sports and work life are easy to spot. They teach teamwork, responsibility and personal accountability. With the …

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