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NO EXCUSES! Building a High-Performance Culture

Want employees who really care -- and work hard to achieve goals? Threats and constant monitoring don't work. Whether your team works remotely or onsite, here's how to build a "no excuses" culture and get people to live up to their commitments.

IN THIS EBOOK, YOU WILL LEARN:

  • What accountability means in the modern workplace
  • Why accountability is essential
  • How to inspire accountability and high-performance in your employees
  • Tips for building a high-performing culture
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SOLVING THE $95,000 PROBLEM: Improving Employee Productivity in the Post-Pandemic Workplace

Since 2005, output in the U.S. nonfarm business sector due to the labor productivity slowdowns have cost $10.9 trillion -- which comes to about $95,000 in lost output per worker.

...and the pandemic didn’t help improve the trend.

So, what can you do as an employer to help reverse the trend in your workplace?

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PREVENTING THE TURNOVER TSUNAMI: A Manager's Handbook for Keeping Great Employees

More than half of U.S. employees intend to look for a new job this year.

Will the "return to normal" tempt your best employees to leave? Here's how to drive loyalty and performance at every stage of the employee experience.

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Skip the Sugar: The Modern Manager’s Guide To Providing Feedback Effectively

Do You Dread Giving “Constructive” Feedback?

You’re not alone.

This eBook shares how to effectively tell employees what you think -- without the sugar -- while strengthening relationships and building your team's receptiveness to change.

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YOU'VE GOT THIS: Retooling Your Team's Skills for 2021

Nobody needs to tell you how much the workplace has changed. The question is: How can you equip your team to perform at their peak as their jobs continue to evolve?

Focus on the skills employees need in the coming month and years -- and the steps you can take to develop them.

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