Too much faith in resumes and interviews can lead to bad hiring decisions, with negative repercussions, including low morale, high turnover, and the high cost of starting the hiring process all over again.

This step-by-step guide will help you put hiring best practices in place in no time!

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Why are you waiting until the end of the year to review performance with your employees? Informal ​performance reviews turn managers into effective coaches who help their employees achieve desired outcomes and increased performance. Read about our simple three-step process.

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Learn how to turn what traditionally has been a judging act into a coaching process.

This article will walk you through the top formal performance review best practices and then give you an easy​-to​-follow three-step process to help you conduct best practice performance reviews with your team.

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Asking the wrong questions or making improper inquiries can lead to discrimination or wrongful-discharge lawsuits. Recognizing these potential danger areas is the best way to avoid saying the wrong thing during interviews.

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(1) "We'll be sued​." (2) "It costs too much​." (3) "It takes too much time." (4) "It doesn't work." Sound familiar? Read about why all of these are myths.

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What do you do when the vacancy is the CEO's chair and the stakes are even higher? We'll tell you how to search for and sign the right leader.

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The skill of asking the right questions is an art form, but senior managers who have cultivated this skill set the stage for ​employees to discover their own solutions and increase their competence, confidence, and ownership of outcomes.

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Employee turnover is costly, but it doesn't have to be. Follow these seven steps to reduce turnover.

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Have you ever said "You didn't understand my directions" or "We don't see eye to eye"? Most problems in an organization are the result of people failing to communicate effectively.

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Do you know the difference between a leader and a manager? Managers make the system work, but leaders make things happen, and they make the people around them better.

Here are the emotional intelligence competencies that make a good leader.

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Emotional intelligence has no greater application than in a sales position. While different sales roles require most of the same competencies, ​five EQ ​sales ​competencies are found consistently in top sales performers.

Does your sales team have these competencies?

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Emotional intelligence quotient, or EQ, is a term that is being used more and more within human resources departments and that is making its way into executive boardrooms.

This article will help shed some light on what EQ is, how it is different from personality, and how it has proven to impact the bottom line in the workplace.

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