Generational Differences in the Workplace

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Companies tend to believe stereotypes when it comes to how Baby Boomers and Generation Xers work, according to a study by the University of Illinois published earlier this year in the Academy of Management Review. “Our message is the problem isn’t that simple and there are no one-size-fits-all solutions,” said one of the study’s authors,… Read more »

Effective Problem Solving as a Manager

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If you are now, or if you hope to become a manager someday, you’ll need to be a good at problem solving. After all, solving problems is a big part of a manager’s day-to-day work life. So, to help you become better at solving problems, we present the following tips: 1) When starting to tackle… Read more »

How Organizational Morale Improves When Leaders Become Better Listeners

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It seems so simple, yet it is often one of the most overlooked aspects of running a successful business – keeping your employees happy. What makes it even more amazing that this is so often overlooked is the fact that it usually only requires one single thing – listening to your employees. There is no… Read more »