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The Fine Art of Praising Employees

Performance Review Management Workplace Boss Jeff Haden cbsnews.com

Submitted Nov 23 2011 by Victor Bennett, 8 comments

1. Treat employees like snowflakes. Every employee responds differently to recognition. Many appreciate public praise. Others cringe and want to run away. Recognize each employee in the way that pr...more»

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9 Snap Judgments Managers Make in Job Interviews

Job Interview Interview Questions Jeff Haden yahoo.com

Submitted Nov 25 2011 by Vincent Clayton, 9 comments

One of my favorite Gladwellian Theories (Malcolm Gladwell is the king of cool theories) is thin-slicing: the ability to find patterns and make decisions based on the combination of a limited set of...more»

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7 Things Employees Are Thinking - But Won't Say

Workplace Jeff Haden yahoo.com

Submitted Nov 24 2011 by Vincent Clayton, 4 comments

We all use filters, especially when we communicate with people above us in the corporate food chain. (Show me an employee who tells his boss everything on his mind and I'll show you an employee so...more»

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7 Ways to Ruin a New Employee

Starting A Job Workplace Co-worker Jeff Haden Human Resource cbsnews.com

Submitted Feb 1 2012 by Katie Baldwin, 7 comments

Here are seven ways you can set the wrong course, and in the process ruin a new employee: 1. Welcome them to the family. Strong interpersonal relationships, positive working relationships, friends...more»

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8 Things You Should Never Say to Employees

Management Workplace Boss Jeff Haden cbsnews.com

Submitted Nov 24 2011 by Katie Baldwin, 5 comments

1. "I'm in charge, so this is what we're going to do." 2. "I have a great opportunity for you." 3. "Man, this has been a long day. I'll see you guys. It's time for me to get out of here." 4. "Hey, ...more»

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The Worst Question Your Employees Can Ask

Workplace Boss Jeff Haden cbsnews.com

Submitted Nov 22 2011 by Jason Edwards, 5 comments

When you deliver good news: Never speak. When you deliver bad news: Always speak. When you have no news: No one speaks.more»

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