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Invest in employee engagement

Five Reasons to Invest in Employee Engagement

Employee engagement is probably a familiar term to anyone active in the workforce today. You hear it from HR, you hear it from your team leads and department heads, and you hear from your C-Suites. But it isn’t just another buzzword. Employee engagement is a win-win for both the employee and the employer, and with […]

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5 Ways the C-Suite Can Increase Company Productivity

Recently, I was in a conversation with two CEOs, two CTOs, and a COO discussing our businesses in pretty frank terms. Most were doing okay. One was experiencing pretty explosive growth. But all were struggling with how to increase company productivity so their businesses could deliver more. The C-Suite often has tremendous autonomy, but for […]

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How To Create Operational Systems for Business Growth

Working at a growing company can be exciting. In many ways, the experience embodies something very of-the-moment. Seeing a company grow from 10 to 50, or even from 500 to 1,000, employees brings about ideas of the mythical start-up that went from 2 guys in a garage to a successful IPO. It’s no wonder entrepreneurship […]

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Why a Digital Workplace Transformation Requires a Fundamental Shift

We live in the age of the digital workplace transformation, and companies are investing heavily in digital solutions to keep up with the times. Unfortunately, many organizations seem to think that merely purchasing a digital solution is the final step of undergoing a digital transformation. It’s not.   When you buy a DIY perm kit […]

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Two Ways Ignoring Sales Enablement Can Cost You Money

It’s natural to worry about what it’s going to cost to implement sales enablement technology, but it’s more important to consider what it’s going to cost if you don’t implement it. A lack of effective sales enablement means your sales team could end up spending far more time and money than necessary to close deals […]