Around May of last year, the unemployment rate in the United States fell to about 5.5%, which economists consider the “tipping point” that puts job seekers in a position of control. At that point, there are too few of them, so employers compete for hires.
It’s possible that I spend too much time thinking about how to improve business so it benefits everyone.
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Hiring accountable people is the key to success for any business, but their accountability is only part of the equation. Here’s the secret to getting the best out of the best people you’ve hired.
Toxic employees cost you a fortune. A recent Gallup survey found that about one in five employees actually sets out to undermine the enterprise where they work.
I found the graphic to the right in the Harvard Business Review, and to me it speaks volumes about what we’re trying to accomplish here at Results.com.
It’s the twentieth-first century’s sweet sixteen.
And the business world is acting just like a teenager. That’s incredibly exciting. It means we’re starting new type of human society.
In his ground-breaking study, “Man’s Search for Meaning: The Case of Legos™,” behavioral economist Dan Ariely discovered something every business owner and executive needs to know if they want to succeed with today’s workers.
Learn how to figure out the “one thing” you need to do right now in order to achieve your definition of success.
There is a great scene in the movie City Slickers where Mitch, played by Billy Crystal, is riding on horseback in the New Mexico desert alongside the grizzly old cowboy named Curly, played by Jack Palance. The old cowboy is coaching him on the secret to living a successful life.