Tag Archives: employee engagement

Workplace Communication Riddle of the Week:
When Is A Chair Not Just a Chair?

Tweet Here’s a riddle for you this week… When is a chair not just a chair? The answer: When it gets in the way of employee motivation and morale. Recently, I learned that Randi, one of my clients’ employees, struggling … Continue reading

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Average Employee for 15 Years Becomes #2 Lead Generator – Here’s How:

Tweet They say you can’t teach old dogs new tricks. Many small business owners feel the same about long-term employees. Often they give up too soon. Some think 14 years is too long to tolerate employees who barely do the … Continue reading

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Teenage Employee Surprises Customer At Fast Food Drive Thru

Tweet At a Dunkin’ Donuts’ drive through last week a teenager working the window amazed me. Teenagers today supposedly do not have the work ethic, attitude or focus to contribute to a business. Well, this one did. My standard breakfast … Continue reading

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