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Financial Targets Don’t Motivate Employees
Lisa Earle McLeod and Elizabeth Lotardo
HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW Online Article
It’s hard to imagine that you would feel much joy or pride of ownership in your work if your contribution was reduced to your financial output. While this specific wording may be a bit exaggerated, it’s not a far departure from the message that many employees hear on a daily basis.
As we move into what (we hope) will be a growth period, it’s natural for leaders to emphasize the importance of hitting financial targets. Financial performance is crucial, of course. But making numbers the centerpiece of your leadership narrative is a costly mistake.
5 Minute Resume Tricks That Can Land You A Job You Want
CAREER GEEK Online Article
A good resume is important when you are in a job search. The right font will ensure that both humans and robots have an easy time reading your resume. A good font is important because recruiting robots need to review your resume first.
Put the most important information in the top third of your resume. When someone looks at your resume, you want your best qualities to be straight in their eye-line without needed to scroll down on laptop. Here are 5 resume tricks that can land you a job you want. Very simply, follow these steps:
Slow Down and Write Better Emails
Misunderstandings are rampant in today’s workplaces. While poor communication habits may feel inevitable with colleagues, we should always strive to engage with clarity and empathy, especially as we come to rely more on remote work and digital communication. What is a good first step to improving our habits? Relearning what it means to read carefully and write clearly.
1. Given how central reading and writing comprehension is to our virtual lives, it’s time to remind ourselves what good communication looks like. As I describe in my book, Digital Body Language, reading carefully is the new listening, and writing clearly is the new empathy. So before you send off that next email, pause and ask yourself these three questions:
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