Welcome to the Good Leadership Skills for Life Blog.
There are over 300 articles on Good Leadership Skills and Business Management.
These articles are produced from over forty years in a leadership role, thirty years of marriage and four successful wonderful children.
Every healthy business is different, and it’s wise to tailor what you do to your own style, your product or service, and your unique audience.
Not everyone is a natural leader. However, there are many situations in the workplace that require us to become good managers.
Using a generic employee handbook is a great way to get started if you have no experience with producing an employee handbook!
Most people think a good leader automatically equates with a specific job title or position. If you think like that too, stop!
For some dreams are only dreams unless you just get lucky. This is a story of a young girls dream to play college softball some day and her willingness to do whatever it takes to get there!
These types of funny employee awards have a way of loosening up an entire work team!
Florida employment labor law attorneys can navigate the legal issues if you need help for things like having been recently terminated from your job, dealing with discrimination at your workplace, or are negotiating to an employment contract.
There are at least five communication skills that are worth mastering if you want to be successful! There’s no question that communication is a critical leadership skill.
Federal employment laws must be a part of your employee handbook so that you don’t get yourself in a bunch of trouble. Remember that ignorance is no excuse.
Good executive leadership training programs can more than pay for themselves. Therefore, do your research and make the commitment to advancing your leadership team.
We hear the term “Exempt Employee” all the time, especially as it applies to labor law. So what does it mean and how do we apply it to our workplace.
I have provided several examples of non verbal communication; however, keep in mind that there are always possible variances to all of them.
When it comes to examples of integrity we must not get it confused with honesty! After all integrity is much more than just being honest!
Using ethics in decision making can make it harder, or easier, depending on what perspective you have.
As competition in business grows exceedingly great it seems that ethical behavior in the workplace has been in a freefall.
When you are considering issuing a final written warning to someone you better consider how employment law will play a part if things go bad!
There are many rules, state and federal, governing employment law and layoffs based on the size of your company and the state in which you conduct business.
Knowing what your specific state employment labor law will help to insure that you do not violate any law unknowingly. I have provided information on employment law for nearly every state.
Preparing and issuing an Employee Warning Notice can be stressful; however, it is a necessary thing if you have been in a leadership role for very long. If you are not up for it this may not be the ri
Some of the more important Maine employment laws are equal pay for equal work regardless of whether you are male or female, employees leaving the company voluntarily or involuntarily must be paid in full within a reasonable amount of time