The Globoforce Work Human Research Institute recently asked 2,700 American workers to name what motivates them at work . . . and what demotivates them too. Based on the study, the Institute identified what it calls the Three Biggest Performance … Read More
“I predict that multi-level marketing in some forms will move to the mainstream and could become part of your strategy for growth.” For most of us, the term “multi-level marketing” calls up images of Amway and similar businesses that enable … Read More
Many people today are concerned with establishing a healthier balance between their professional and personal lives. Some are worried simply because they are working too hard and placing greater weight on professional success than they place on living fulfilling personal lives.
Start to listen for what other people are saying that is right, not for what is wrong. In this way, you will discover nuggets of wisdom that you can then focus on, ask about, and develop.
Whatever services or products you sell, most Younger Generations can provide you with the latest intelligence about what is taking place in your industry.
Explosive Trend: Trend: Autonomous Self-Driving Vehicles Will Become Much More Prevalent by Evan Hackel Today’s post introduces a series of predictions about explosive trends that I believe will soon transform your company and your way of working. I invite you to … Read More
Most marketing professionals spend their days in a world of SEO, click-throughs, brand messaging, online advertising rates, demographics, market segmentation. There is a lot to think about . . . and the list of things to manage goes on and … Read More
I’m an executive who was born before 1980. Are you too? If so, I believe we have something in common: We worry about supervising millennial workers Some managers in our age cohort are even scared to work with millennials. But … Read More
No matter what kind of franchise you lead, chances are that you have a dream you would like to achieve. And that is positive, because goals motivate us and give us benchmarks to measure.
“Why don’t employees do what we tell them to do?” is a question we hear a lot in business. It implies that employees are intentionally misbehaving, frustrating company leaders, and ignoring instructions. It also implies that they think they have … Read More