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Excited to Announce that Leathers is Merging with Inc. 500 Company—Talent Curve

Extending our reach and capacity to serve clients nationwide—better than ever. We are excited to announce our recent merger with Talent Curve of Cary, NC with offices in North Carolina and Maryland and counselors across the United States. This merger bolsters our capability and capacity in the southwest, and adds to our reach throughout the southern and northeastern regions of the U.S. “We are so excited about this merger with Leathers,” said Talent Curve CEO, Anne Brister. “With counselors and coaches across the U.S., it positions both firms to enhance our service and communications with our team members and our […]

Increase the Profound Impact of Strengths Interventions – How to increase profits by focusing on your team’s strengths.

Increase the Profound Impact of Strengths Interventions – How to increase profits by focusing on your team’s strengths.

Given low workplace engagement and high worker expectations about their jobs, companies need to focus on playing to the strengths of their employees, rather than help them improve on their weaknesses. Traditionally, employees are assigned where they are most needed in the organization, rather than placed where they can do the most good. The use of strengths interventions, defined as activities and processes that target the identification, development, and use of individual employee strengths, has a direct impact on profits. Gallup has studied thousands of work teams and millions of leaders, managers, and employees for more than five decades. They […]

How to Cultivate Good Relationships with Employees

How to Cultivate Good Relationships with Employees

Are managers the reason why employees don’t seem to be as engaged as they should be? According to a Gallup study, this could very well be the case as it revealed that 85% of employees worldwide are not engaged or are actively disengaged in their job. The State of the Global Workplace study of 7,272 workers showed that one in two left their job because of a manager they didn’t get along with. What is it that managers are doing that give their employees a favorable or non-favorable impression of them? Gallup asked respondents to rate their manager on behaviors […]

Signs of Unhappy Employee

Signs of Unhappy Employee

As Abraham Lincoln said, “you can’t please all of the people all of the time.” Your employees, however, are the ones you should always try to keep happy and engaged, because if they aren’t, your business could be in for some trouble. How can you tell if an employee is unhappy? Here are some telltale signs: Productivity Slips If you notice that an employee who used to go above and beyond in terms of work output is no longer producing at the same rate, you may have an unhappy employee. They Start Showing Up Late and Leaving Early While everyone […]

Six Reasons Why Your Best Employees Leave—And How You Can Prevent It

Six Reasons Why Your Best Employees Leave—And How You Can Prevent It

You have a terrific employee on staff. They shine in their work and commitment to the company—or so you thought. Until the day they ask to speak to you behind closed doors and tender their resignation. Your stomach sinks. Of course, your first question is why? The answer most likely lies within. For some reason, that employee didn’t feel engaged. Here’s why that happens, and how you can avoid it. 1. Employees Don’t Feel a Sense of Purpose “Good leaders organize and align people around what the team needs to do,” said Marillyn Hewson, CEO of Lockheed Martin. “Great leaders motivate […]

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