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How to keep stars from jumping ship

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jan 28, 2015

Turnover is expensive, particularly when star employees depart, writes Dan McCarthy. Keeping them starts with compensating them well and continues with relationship-building, development opportunities and having a strong company. "No one likes playing on a losing team or going down with a sinking ship," McCarthy writes. About.com (01/24)


Tips for giving a speech you haven't prepared for

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jan 28, 2015

How Churchill grew into his leadership role

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jan 26, 2015

7 tips for telling effective stories

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jan 27, 2015

12 ways to make your offsite meetings more bearable

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jan 23, 2015

How to lead when you don't have all the answers

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jan 23, 2015

Good communicators don't rely on PowerPoint

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jan 26, 2015

"Zombie cat" escapes burial

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jan 29, 2015

How Fiskars stays a cut above the rest

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jan 27, 2015

Toilet paper isn't what it used to be

SmartBrief on Leadership | Jan 23, 2015


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