Safety Leader Shares the Greenbean Leadership Approach with Team
Got this letter from the president of a midwestern energy company . . . I was in your breakout session in Fort Worth at the NRECA...

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Employee Engagement – Correct Positive Enforcement
Think about it. We can try our best to give specific, focused reinforcement all day long. But if people don’t trust us, our re- inforcement...

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Employee Engagement – Employee Of The Month Programs
Proper employee engagement is critical; sometimes conventional methods need to be re-examined to ensure the right effect. While surveying the employees of one of the top...

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Positive Reinforcement Programs Effect Culture Change
It’s a business no-brainer that happy employees make better employees. But how do you get happy employees to deliver their best work on a consistent...

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A Great Example of Parental Leadership
Just got this email and wanted to share it with you. Thanks “A” for sending it and yes, I certainly want you to keep me...

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New Plant Manger, New Changes
Bill, I enjoyed your Raffles Sacramento presentation, you gave me some great ideas to work with. Also I  was impressed with your time keeping, you...

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Leadership Tip #1: Put Your Troops First
The best leadership tips often come from the stories of great leaders. In this story You’ll see how George Washington’s leadership tip was to put...

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The Best Leadership Strategies
The best leadership strategies are the ones that cause you to be better at developing committed employees. Employee performance is that extra something you’ve been...

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How To Design A Business For Success
Every leader wants to know how to design their business for success, but what few realize is that business is behavior. That means that in...

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Positive Reinforcement Systems For Leadership Development   Every leader or manager’s nightmare is a recognition program that is perceived as playing favorites. We’ve all heard...

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