5 results for tag: Gallup


Good Leadership – It’s About Being Engaged

Managers believe that it is enough to show up and be seen, but then this is why I refer to them as managers and not leaders. Leadership requires more than just showing up, it requires engagement; but if a manager doesn’t know what engagement looks like ...
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Driving Results Through Culture

How are employees treated every day in your work environment? Are they treated with trust and respect? Are they validated for their efforts and their accomplishments? If yours is like most workplaces, the answer is no. Gallup's research says that employee ...
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Ignoring Employees Wreaks Havoc on Your Team and Your Bottom Line

Leaders are busy people who need to set and manage priorities, often dismissing or delegating tasks that don’t provide a strong return on their investment of time. Nonetheless, there’s one area of responsibility that leaders should never ignore — ...
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Managerial Malpractice, or Why You Just Can’t Ignore Employees

We're all leaders in the workplace. Whether you manage a small, medium, or large staff, or are solely responsible for your own conduct during the work day, you are a leader. Others are watching, learning, and evaluating everything you do and say, whether ...
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Strengths Based Development: 4 Lessons From Expert Coaches

Have you ever worked on your weaknesses and felt like you were beating your head against a brick wall? Or maybe you’ve been in a role that tapped into a lot of your weaknesses. A friend of mine was in this situation recently. He was in a high level manage...
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