What Makes Employees Happy?

September 18, 2014 | by Paul Spiegelman
When LinkedIn released a report on the world’s most common dream jobs, “employee of a giant corporate retailer” didn’t make the list. But even if every big-box worker harbors a secret desire to become an astronaut, that doesn’t mean they’re all miserable. Right?

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4 Ways to Improve Your Company’s Culture by Focusing on Teams, Not Stars

September 16, 2014 | by Paul Spiegelman
You could almost feel the crowd’s excitement when LeBron James stepped onto the basketball court during this year’s NBA playoffs. And with talent like Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh by his side, the Miami Heat looked destined to win the season.

But despite great individual performances from “the Big Three,” the San Antonio Spurs stole the final and ultimately won the championship.

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Working Remotely or in the Field, Salespeople Still Need to be Part of Company Culture

August 22, 2014 | by Paul Spiegelman
There’s no denying that it takes a certain personality to succeed in sales. They’ve got a gift for gab and an even better gift for lending an ear. They’re expert problem solvers and flawless self-starters — not to mention, extremely goal-oriented and driven by the almighty dollar.

But for all their unique attributes, salespeople are still like any other employee in your company.

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