This Week on Inc.: A New LinkedIn Report Says Employees Stop Learning When They’re Too Busy. Here’s How to Fix It

Employees who continuously learn are often among the most productive, drive more revenue, and are more engaged than employees who remain stagnant in their roles. But a recent report from LinkedIn found that busy employees often put learning on the back burner. Read my latest Inc. post for tips on encouraging continuous learning, no matter… Read More

This Week on Inc.: New Research Says Company Culture Problems Start With Leadership. Here’s How to Fix Them

If you want to hire quality employees and maintain a positive reputation in the eyes of your customers, prospects and investors, it’s critical to get your culture right. Read my latest Inc. post to learn about several of the top factors that contribute to culture problems and steps to improve your culture overall.

This Week on Inc.: This 1 Leadership Quality Will Motivate Your Employees to Do Great Work

When you think of top leadership qualities, some that might come to mind include strong decision making, strategic thinking, and communication skills. But the trait employers are increasingly taking into consideration when hiring and promoting new leaders may surprise you. Read my latest Inc. post to find out what this quality is — and the key benefits… Read More

This Week on Inc.: This Is the Hiring Strategy Your Business Needs at a Time of Record-Low Unemployment

The lowest unemployment rate in nearly 50 years means most job seekers are already gainfully employed and, as a result, have the flexibility to be more selective with their job searches. Read my latest Inc. post for several hiring tips to help you stand out from the competition and secure top talent, even at a time… Read More

This Week on Inc.: New Report Says Most Employees Aren’t Interested in Leadership Training. Here’s How to Change That

Recent research published in Harvard Business Review found that while top-performing employees are most likely to be successful in leadership roles, few are interested in taking on leadership training. Promoting internal employees to leadership roles often works out better than hiring an outside leader, as current employees already know the ins and outs of your business and… Read More