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Five Ways to Retain and Re-engage/Rehire Your Temp Staff

If your company uses contingent labor, you want to do what you can to retain these people so that your business runs as efficiently as possible. Constant turnover is not good for any business because it also requires time and effort to train new people. Retaining your contingent workers is much like retaining your regular… Read More »

Why Your Power Stance May Not Be as Important as Your Ability to Engage Your Employees

The concept of power stances has garnered a lot of attention in the business world. These are poses a person takes – how they position their body – that, some researchers claim, can increase the feeling of power, self-confidence, resolve, and, as a result, make a person a better leader. Power stances may help to… Read More »

Great Books on Leading Highly Productive Teams

Teamwork is the key to an innovative and productive workforce. Collaboration among a group of people simply generates more ideas and accomplishes more than any one person can do alone. But it takes real leadership skills to enable a team of diverse people to work together. Here are some books with advice on how to… Read More »

Understand Your Body Language in an Interview (Without Overthinking It)

When preparing for an interview, job candidates focus on researching the company, preparing answers for common interview questions, and having a professional appearance. All of these things are important. But there is one other key element of the job interview that many people overlook – body language. Don’t underestimate the importance of body language. Some… Read More »