Holiday Gratitude Inspires Success

The holidays are traditionally a time to reflect on the year that has been and look forward to the year ahead. While holiday cheer may be tough for some to muster after a year that has given us so many unprecedented challenges, it is still the perfect time to pause and share some genuine, positive moments. The holidays, especially this year, give us the opportunity to celebrate accomplishments, recognize individual and team success, offer special thanks, and inspire motivation for the new year.

While your team may be well into planning the virtual holiday party full of stress-relievers and online fun, what are you doing to incorporate a healthy dose of appreciation at the holidays and throughout 2021? Learn more!



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Culture, it’s your most important job.

As a leader, you have an incredible opportunity to inspire and change someone’s life every
single day. An opportunity you should never take for granted. -Leadership First

Leaders have both the responsibility and the opportunity to contribute to a positive culture. Involved leaders energize and encourage their teams, developing connections and empowering education and growth. By acknowledging employee value through moments of encouragement and recognition, leaders can cultivate positive relationships and experiences that inspire results.

What can your organization do to keep your teams connected and make the workplace shift work for you? Learn more!






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Keeping Teams Connected

Many organizations have implemented remote working strategies to keep up with the changing world. With this change comes challenges in finding new ways to elevate culture, motivate employees, and keep teams connected. Virtual recognition and social connections have become integral to engaging employees, bringing teams together, and inspiring performance. Finding a balance between what worked before and what works now is key to your organization’s success.

What can your organization do to keep your teams connected and make the workplace shift work for you?
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Millennials have earned a reputation as being job-hoppers, quick to leave a job they don’t like out of boredom. But is this an inaccurate generalization? Maybe the issue is not boredom or a lack of loyalty, but high standards and fearlessness. This generation seems willing to take a risk on opportunities that excite them rather than remain in a safe, but mediocre position.

What you need to ask yourself is what do your millennial employees want from your organization, and how are you making sure they get it? Learn more!






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The benefits of promoting employee engagement are wide-reaching. By focusing on employee engagement and satisfaction, you impact not only your employees but your customers and organization. The reality is that your people are critical to the success of your organization, and it’s your job to treat them as such.

One benefit you can expect of engaged employees is that they are more likely to care about and stay with your organization longer. Employee loyalty saves costs on recruiting, onboarding, and training.

How does employee engagement impact your organization and what other benefits you can expect from an engaged team? Learn more!



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Good communication skills are what set excellent leaders apart. How we talk to our team is a direct reflection on how we are viewed as a leader. Taking the time to learn to effectively communicate with our employees is key in relating to our team in a meaningful way. By learning and incorporating effective language into your interactions, you will help your team to feel valued and will encourage a happy and healthy workplace. Here are some tips to keep in mind when communicating with your team.

Tip 1: Communication Styles Differ: Different people have different communication styles and preferences. Some employees may enjoy regular face-to-face conversations, while others may prefer to communicate through technology. Taking the time to learn individual preferences will encourage team members to be comfortable and open in their communications with you.

Click here to learn five more valuable communication tips!



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In today’s economy, there are many opportunities for skilled individuals. This job market offers
employees the freedom to be selective in choosing the perfect job for them.

The motivation behind their choice depends on many factors – pay, opportunities for growth, rewarding work, flexibility, social interactions, manager communications, and more.

These factors are all elements of the most important part of an employee’s time with your organization, and what ultimately makes your organization desirable – the employee experience.

Click here to learn how your organization can cultivate the best possible employee experience to attract and retain top candidates.



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