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2013-03-20

Eight things great leaders do

By Drake Editorial Team

What do you think is the number one factor that determines a high-performing workplace? High rates of pay? The threat of redundancy hanging over everyone's heads?

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2013-02-12

Practice the 5 P's of success each day

By Drake Editorial Team

The difference between successful business people and those who are not successful is not talent. The difference is that successful people have the guts to move forward, take intelligent risks, and work harder than anyone else.

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2013-02-12

Developing highly productive & positive teams

By Drake Editorial Team

In all walks of life teams exist to get results. Getting results depends on teams being both productive and positive. Teams can be highly productive running at 100 miles an hour but have low levels of morale.

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2013-02-12

Are you stuck in the middle?

By Drake Editorial Team

Are you waking up at night with workplace scenarios playing through your head? These are tough times, but there are definitely ways to cope.

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2013-01-15

Stop whining & start leading

By Drake Editorial Team

We all know people who suffer from "Victimitis" — the poor-little-me syndrome whose verbal symptoms include: "They are doing it to me again," "There's nothing I can do," "It's all their fault."

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2013-01-15

9 things that can improve the discussion

By Drake Editorial Team

When you conduct performance reviews, there is no way to guarantee that the discussion will end with both you and the employee in total agreement. This is especially the case if the review involves negative performance.

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