Yearly Archives: 2017

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60-second huddle: Is your feedback authentic?

Why do people hate getting feedback?   One reason: It doesn't feel authentic.   How authentic is your feedback delivery? Take this 60-second quiz to find out: http://bit.ly/2BSdXMc.   You'll get...

PODCAST #211: 7 Tips For First-Time Managers | From Individual Contributor to First-Time Manager...

NY Times best selling author and Best Place to Work winner, Kevin Kruse, offers tips, tools, and rules for managers.

Protect Your Employees From Difficult Clients

While working for a company in the past, I made a mistake that cost one of our clients $800. I owned up to my...

PODCAST #210: Youthquake, Goals, Best Notebook | Kevin Kruse

NY Times best selling author, Kevin Kruse, answers listener questions about leadership, productivity, entrepreneurship and more.

One Simple Thing All Managers Must Be… (Builds Teams)

Responsive. Management responsiveness is mission critical to two key culture aspects: Productivity. The sooner you respond, the quicker your direct report can move on to...

PODCAST #209: Leadership Tips From A Submarine Commander | David Marquet

David Marquet served in the US Submarine force for 28 years. He was assigned Command of the nuclear submarine, USS Santa Fe, which at the time was suffering from low morale, low performance, and low crew retention. By rejecting the classic leader-follower model, our guest transformed the performance of the Santa Fe from the worst to the best in the fleet. He is the author of Turn the Ship Around.

How To Find A Job You Love (Influence & Persuasion)

About a year ago I shared with you “How to Support Someone Who Wants to Leave Your Organization.” This Culture Tip is the other side of...
Aron Ain CEO of Kronos

Build The Best Place To Work: An Interview With The CEO Of Kronos

Kevin Kruse: Hey everyone, Kevin Kruse here. Welcome, to the LEADx Show, where we are helping you get just a little bit better every...

PODCAST #208: Keys to Amazing Employee Engagement | Aron Ain

Aron Ain is the CEO of Kronos, a company that provides workforce management software. He joined right out of college in 1979 when there was just a few employees, and today he leads a company which has over 5000 employees and does 1.3 billion in revenue. Kronos has been named a best place to work by The Globe and Mail, the Boston Business Journal and Montreal Gazette. He’s personally one of the highest rated CEOs on Glassdoor.
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