New to the Job? Ways to Improve Your Observation Skills

New to the Job? Ways to Improve Your Observation Skills

The most important thing you can do at the beginning of a new job is to observe. Think of the Alligator as it floats on the lake with just its eyes and ears above the water. Alligators and their cousins, crocodiles, have been around for millions of years while other...
Things Only Bad Bosses Say to Their Employees 

Things Only Bad Bosses Say to Their Employees 

Good managers are easy to spot. They say things like “Great job!” and “How are you doing?” all the time, because they know how to interact with their teammates and how to listen to them. They know that encouraging their teammates is the most important part of a...
Value-Based Decision Making

Value-Based Decision Making

Hiring new employees means a disruption to your existing team. When planning for a new hire, culture fit must be combined with skills to build a cohesive team. A good team requires surrounding yourself with people whose skills are complementary to each other, who...