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5 Ways To Better Engage Millennial Employees

By butler.jeff1 / April 21, 2019 / Comments Off on 5 Ways To Better Engage Millennial Employees

According to Gallup research only a third of employees are engaged in the workplace which means employees, low productivity and high turnover. As a consequence, companies spend thousands of dollars searching for qualified candidates to only find out that the employees they hired a year ago, just left. While turnover can be across all different…

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How Do You Handle a Millennial Employee Who is Prone to Leaving Work Early?

By butler.jeff1 / March 31, 2019 / Comments Off on How Do You Handle a Millennial Employee Who is Prone to Leaving Work Early?

“I need to run, I got another thing I conveniently planned that I need to attend to.” Leaving early is something that happens at every workplace. However, a lot of employers have consistently have been complaining about Millennials arriving to work late. While this may seem like a Millennial issue, many generations run into people…

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6 Signs That You Have An Entitled Employee on Your Hands

By butler.jeff1 / March 30, 2019 / Comments Off on 6 Signs That You Have An Entitled Employee on Your Hands

  “I want to be promoted to VP even though I have been here few months.” Dealing with entitled employees is a common problem in the workplace today. With only 30% of the workforce engaged at work, you will continuously face different variations of entitlement coming from different age groups. Whether you have new Millennial…

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3 Ways to Manage an Unmotivated Millennial Employee

By butler.jeff1 / March 27, 2019 / Comments Off on 3 Ways to Manage an Unmotivated Millennial Employee

The evidence is clear and abundant- 71% of Millennials, according to Gallup Research are not engaged in the workplace. So, what do managers usually do when they deal with younger employees who are not engaged or motivated?  Complain, read about them online, and for the more ambitious, go to Human Resources and ask them to…

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How to Manage Career Impatient Millennials – 3 Management Strategies

By butler.jeff1 / March 25, 2019 / Comments Off on How to Manage Career Impatient Millennials – 3 Management Strategies

Trying to shut down a Millennial’s desire for career development is like designing a Lamborghini with economy friendly miles per gallon. You just won’t be able to do it, and if you did, it won’t be a Lamborghini anymore. According to Gallup Research, 87% of Millennials say that they want career opportunities in the jobs…

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How to Deal with Entitled Employees – A Four Step Process

By butler.jeff1 / March 24, 2019 / Comments Off on How to Deal with Entitled Employees – A Four Step Process

[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IBN2SCONIbc[/embedyt] In the world of management, entitlement does not come up very often, but when it does it’s enough to make anyone want to quit being a manager. Simply having someone think the world revolves around them, or certain rules don’t apply to them can not only disrupt your working relationship with them, but…

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Want to Make Better Decisions? Researchers Say Do These 5 Things to Succeed

By butler.jeff1 / March 16, 2019 / Comments Off on Want to Make Better Decisions? Researchers Say Do These 5 Things to Succeed

Wherever you are in your career, it never hurts to learn how to make better decisions. In fact, the point that you are at in your career currently can be attested to various decisions that you made in the past. Poor destination, poor decisions. Great destination- you get the picture. When articles are written about…

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That’s Not Fair! How Being Fair Creates Poor Decision Making

By butler.jeff1 / March 14, 2019 / Comments Off on That’s Not Fair! How Being Fair Creates Poor Decision Making

“Wow! I can’t believe they did that!” If you ever been to a car dealership you might have said this once or twice. Dealerships are known to be a battleground for top notch sales people manipulating unaware buyers. While this not always be true, many people have had extremely uncomfortable heated negotiations at dealership that…

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Can’t Seem to Focus? Here’s a 4-step Strategy that a Nobel Prize Winner Suggests to Increase Self-Control

By butler.jeff1 / March 13, 2019 / Comments Off on Can’t Seem to Focus? Here’s a 4-step Strategy that a Nobel Prize Winner Suggests to Increase Self-Control

  “I just can’t seem to get it done.” Whether you are trying to lose weight, be financially smarter, or make better decisions at work, mastering self control can completely transform the direction of your life. However, the promise of increased self control has been promoted by so many fitness experts and personal development gurus,…

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7 Blind Spots that you Need to be Aware of

By butler.jeff1 / March 8, 2019 / Comments Off on 7 Blind Spots that you Need to be Aware of

Inspired by Judgment in Managerial Decision Making by Max H. Bazerman. Earlier this week, I wrote a post on six common mistakes that people make in decision making. This particular post, there are seven entirely new loopholes that people have in their minds when they are going through the decision making process. If you haven’t…

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