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- Mark A. Griffin

Personality clashes and disparate problem-solving styles are all too common, even in the most motivated organizations. Someone’s true character is often revealed in the way in which he or she acts and reacts in situations with others. The ripple effects can be devastating. They can even dam up the works altogether if you don’t take […]

- Mark A. Griffin

This blog series focuses on nine areas that keep employees committed to your organization. In our opinion, employees stay committed when they are Involved, Paid Well, Asked for Input, Challenged, Empowered, Trusted, Valued, Appreciated, and Mentored. Do You Mentor Your Employees? There are many factors that affect employee motivation and performance in the workplace. Although […]

- Mark A. Griffin

No organization, no matter how well run, is immune to employee workplace complaints. Whether you employ fewer than 50 employees or manage thousands, some form of complaint will inevitably be filed at some point in your organizational existence. In our diverse experience with for-profit and nonprofit organizations, including colleges, universities, churches and ministries, we have […]

- Mark A. Griffin

This blog series focuses on nine areas that keep employees committed to your organization. In our opinion, employees stay committed when they are Involved, Paid Well, Asked for Input, Challenged, Empowered, Trusted, Valued, Appreciated, and Mentored. Employees Stay Committed When They Are Appreciated The best way to create a healthy workplace environment is through communication […]

- Mark A. Griffin

This blog series focuses on nine areas that keep employees committed to your organization. In our opinion, employees stay committed when they are Involved, Paid Well, Asked for Input, Challenged, Empowered, Trusted, Valued, Appreciated, and Mentored. Do Your Employees Feel Valued? Every organization that hopes to achieve its goals and objectives needs employees to commit […]

- Mark A. Griffin

This blog series focuses on nine areas that keep employees committed to your organization. In our opinion, employees stay committed when they are Involved, Paid Well, Asked for Input, Challenged, Empowered, Trusted, Valued, Appreciated, and Mentored. How to Show Employees You Trust Them In order for any organization to achieve high performance in these difficult […]

- Mark A. Griffin

This blog series focuses on nine areas that keep employees committed to your organization. In our opinion, employees stay committed when they are Involved, Paid Well, Asked for Input, Challenged, Empowered, Trusted, Valued, Appreciated, and Mentored. Are Your Employees Truly Empowered? An organization’s most powerful asset is its workforce, and many leaders lose sight of that. […]

- Mark A. Griffin

This blog series focuses on nine areas that keep employees committed to your organization. In our opinion, employees stay committed when they are Involved, Paid Well, Asked for Input, Challenged, Empowered, Trusted, Valued, Appreciated, and Mentored. Are Your Employees Challenged? Wondering how to best challenge your employees? It’s likely easier than you think. One of […]

- Mark A. Griffin

This blog series focuses on nine areas that keep employees committed to your organization. In our opinion, employees stay committed when they are Involved, Paid Well, Asked for Input, Challenged, Empowered, Trusted, Valued, Appreciated, and Mentored. Do You Ask Your Employees for Input? No individual can competently run an organization singlehandedly. And when more than […]

- Mark A. Griffin

This blog series focuses on nine areas that keep employees committed to your organization. In our opinion, employees stay committed when they are Involved, Paid Well, Asked for Input, Challenged, Empowered, Trusted, Valued, Appreciated, and Mentored. Are Your Employees Paid Well? In our last post we discussed the concept of employee involvement in the workplace. […]