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Propelling People to Succeed -An Interview with Levi Torres

Propelling People to Succeed -An Interview with Levi Torres

Hiring and retaining skilled workers in the trades is notoriously challenging. An apprenticeship program can solve this by ensuring a steady supply of well-trained workers who meet the company’s standards. This approach fosters mentorship, mitigates labor shortages, and boosts employee loyalty. Additionally, it enhances the business’s reputation, attracting clients who appreciate investment in workforce development, ultimately leading to long-term growth and success.

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Offering Flexibility in Your Business with Nicole Gann

Offering Flexibility in Your Business with Nicole Gann

All business problems are people problems. In today’s world, business leaders must leverage their people to create a flexible business that can swiftly adapt to market shifts, tech changes, and economic ups and downs. This agility sparks innovation, improves processes, and tackles challenges head-on, turning disruptions into opportunities. Embracing flexibility through your people ensures long-term success and keeps the company resilient and competitive.

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Colorado Employment Law Updates – Summer 2024

Colorado Employment Law Updates – Summer 2024

For Colorado business owners, keeping up with employment law changes is vital to creating and maintaining great places to work. It helps dodge legal headaches and expensive fines and keeps your workplace fair and busy with happy employees.

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The Power of Laughter in Building a Great Workplace Culture with Steve Cody

The Power of Laughter in Building a Great Workplace Culture with Steve Cody

Humor in leadership is vital because it creates a positive atmosphere, makes leaders more approachable, and lifts everyone’s spirits. By keeping things relaxed, humor helps ease tension, spark creativity, and improve problem-solving. It also strengthens team bonds and boosts loyalty. Overall, humor makes leaders more effective and the workplace more enjoyable.

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How You Can Make Work Matter – An Interview With Nancy McGaw

How You Can Make Work Matter – An Interview With Nancy McGaw

When employees feel love for what they do, magic happens. When employees are happy on the job, they’re more likely to stick around, meaning lower turnover and a crew that’s tight-knit and ready to tackle whatever challenges come their way. It’s all about creating a work environment where people genuinely enjoy showing up, putting in the effort, and feel like they’re making a real difference.

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How to Respond to a Write-Up at Work

How to Respond to a Write-Up at Work

Responding to a write-up at work isn’t just about checking a box—it’s about showing you’ve got what it takes to take constructive criticism and come back stronger. First off, owning up to any slip-ups and showing you’re willing to make things right speaks volumes about your character.

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Building a Global Network of Happy Employees – An Interview with Eran Mizrahi

Building a Global Network of Happy Employees – An Interview with Eran Mizrahi

For business leaders, it’s important to keep an eye on productivity and happiness. Think of productivity as the engine of your business—it’s what keeps things moving forward and the doors open. But, you can’t forget about happiness. It’s like the oil that keeps that engine running smooth. Happy workers mean less drama, more awesome ideas, and folks actually wanting to stick around. Plus, they’re less likely to call in sick or bail on you when the going gets tough. When you get the balance right, everyone’s winning—you’re hitting those targets, and your team is wired for success.

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“I Respectfully Disagree” – An Interview with Author Justin Jones-Fosu

“I Respectfully Disagree” – An Interview with Author Justin Jones-Fosu

In this episode, our guest is Justin Jones-Fosu, MBA, CSP, the CEO of Work.Meaningful. Justin brings over two decades of expertise in employee experience and inclusion. His book, “I Respectfully Disagree,” offers a refreshing take on conflict management, emphasizing the significance of genuine respect and understanding in difficult conversations. Through his unique framework, Justin encourages individuals and organizations to challenge perspectives, cultivate curiosity, and seek common ground. With a passion for creating respectful environments, Justin’s work has significantly impacted leaders and teams, fostering healthier and more productive discussions. His approach not only provides practical tools but also delves into the heart of respectful disagreement, making his insights invaluable for those seeking to enhance their conflict-resolution skills.

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