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By Julie Weber https://lensa.com Based on numerous studies and experiences the 21st-century workplace requires a different kind of atmosphere than what it used to be even a decade ago. The generation joining the workforce now thinks differently than their parents did.  This new generation has distinct desires, and they do their job differently as well.
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Increasingly when applying, interviewing, and negotiating for a position, candidates are savvy and ask to have coaching included as part of the package. More and more organizations are looking for ways to support the people they do have on the team in their growth and development because retention is more challenging than ever.  One of
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When that first conversation happens with a prospective client, how do you handle it? Sometimes clients come prepared to interview a prospective coach.  They may have read the suggested questions on ICF’s website or in other blogs.  They may have read the white paper provided free from the Center for Coaching Certification. Alternatively, some clients
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By Chatty Garrate https://www.linkedin.com/in/chatty-garrate1/ Following are strategies that can enhance employee motivation and performance: Showing Appreciation and Recognizing Efforts  According to a 2019  Tinypulse Employee Engagement Report, only 25 percent of the workers who participated in the survey felt that their employers valued their work. Many supervisors avoid praising workers for fear of losing power
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By Chatty Garrate    https://www.linkedin.com/in/chatty-garrate1/ Most employees desire good paychecks and benefits that match their competency, experience, and needs. Companies cannot just give big raises and bonuses to keep employees happy all the time. There are other practical ways to keep employees motivated to perform at their best. Employee Motivation and Benefits Employee motivation refers to
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