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Tips for Managing Remote Workers [FAST COMPANY]

More people are using remote workers than they ever have before. It is a different skill set required to bring on and be able to succeed with remote workers. Here’s 3 tips from a Fast Company post. Just be compassionate Check in personally–even if you can’t physically Encourage team members to interact

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Bet on your Strengths

Betting on strengths might be the most underrated strategy in modern business. I’m serious. We have an obsession with improvement. We spend time trying to correct weaknesses, when we could be just paying attention to the strengths. Why? Again, I’m talking about a strictly business scenario, because weaknesses in personal and family life should be given attention and care. But ...

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How to Diversify Your Talent Pool

Bringing new people into your organization can change your business for the better.  It’s easy to evaluate candidates and choose individuals with relevant work history, but this practice does not help to bring new ideas into your business.  Consider selecting a leader with a different background than you would normally consider. Individuals with different experiences will help your company to ...

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Don’t Break Trust

Dove had been working with a client for well over a year on one project. They were nearing the finish line when there was a slight issue with what he had completed. Looking back over his work he realized that he had made an error when writing some of the content. It was due to his customer later that day. ...

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Creating a Platform

Elephant was interviewing some new employees before placing them on the schedule. He liked a lot of what they brought to the table and complimented each of them on their successes. One of the greatest joys of being the CEO of his company was the fact that he knew he could give these young workers a leg up when it ...

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Ethical Corporate Culture

Cow had one priority for his company. Typing up a memo to everyone he made one declaration for how he wanted his business model to be and if people weren’t interested in it, they could leave. His most important rule was to build an ethical company culture. He wanted his business and himself to be at the front line of ...

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Know and Have a Good Sense of One’s Self-worth

Turtle wanted to make a good impression on his new staff. He knew he was at the top of his game and that he had a lot more experience than most of the workers he led. Instead of tooting his own horn and acting as though he were the best in the industry, he took a much different approach. He ...

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Getting Attention

Kangaroo was at a business lecture as one of the presenters. He didn’t have to give any speeches but when a group of young entrepreneurs came up to him after the day ended they had some questions for him to answer. The biggest one being what the biggest hurdle was when he was trying to start his business. For a ...

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Put Skin in the Game

Armadillo had been working on changing things up with his business. A group of business partners had met to discuss some exciting changes which could be made to liven up things around the office. Armadillo had been having some ideas of his own during the meeting and decided to speak with his co-owner when he returned to the office. He ...

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Focus on Customer Service and Satisfaction

Turkey had just opened his third franchise and things were definitely looking up. After the first month of the franchise being in business he decided to call a meeting with all the owners. Turkey was proud of what they had all accomplished but he wanted to make one thing very clear to each owner. Customer service was always going to ...

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