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How to Make It Safe for Employees to Give Feedback

by Kjanela Fawcett
Kjanela Fawcett Kjanela Fawcett is an intern with InsideOut Development. She is currently getting her degree in Public Relations at Brigham Young University. Kjanela is a firm believer in creating content that is both informative and engaging. When she's not writing, or otherwise working, for InsideOut Development, she's working on her editing skills, writing her first novel, or trying to catch up on sleep.

Most organizations make feedback a priority. They encourage managers to give good, actionable feedback, and teach employees how to make use of...

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How to Make It Safe for Employees to Receive Feedback

by Kjanela Fawcett
Kjanela Fawcett Kjanela Fawcett is an intern with InsideOut Development. She is currently getting her degree in Public Relations at Brigham Young University. Kjanela is a firm believer in creating content that is both informative and engaging. When she's not writing, or otherwise working, for InsideOut Development, she's working on her editing skills, writing her first novel, or trying to catch up on sleep.

You told your employees that you wanted to start having feedback conversations to help improve how things are going within the organization, but...

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Stressed Out Employees Are a Big Problem—Here's What You Can Do About It

by Pivot Point
Pivot Point InsideOut Development is the world leader in workplace coaching. Quite simply, we help clients hold the conversations that energize people, motivate action, and lead to better—even incredible—business performance. PivotPoint is the voice of the InsideOut Development blog. We hope you’ll find inspiration to act as a “pivot point” in your trajectory (be it personal or professional) and to fuel your everyday breakthroughs.

The World Health Organization defines a healthy job as “…likely to be one where the pressures on employees are appropriate in relation to their...

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How Managers Can Prevent Burnout with Coaching

by Pivot Point
Pivot Point InsideOut Development is the world leader in workplace coaching. Quite simply, we help clients hold the conversations that energize people, motivate action, and lead to better—even incredible—business performance. PivotPoint is the voice of the InsideOut Development blog. We hope you’ll find inspiration to act as a “pivot point” in your trajectory (be it personal or professional) and to fuel your everyday breakthroughs.

So many people don’t like their jobs that “workin’ for the weekend” isn’t just an ‘80s hit song. It’s a sad fact of life for a lot of workers....

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4 Ways to Show Employee Appreciation

by Lindsay Bragg
Lindsay Bragg Lindsay is a Communications Specialist at InsideOut Development and holds a degree in Public Relations from Brigham Young University. She’s also worked as a newspaper reporter and account director at a PR agency. When she’s not researching or writing great content on nearly every HR topic under the sun, she volunteers teaching leadership skills to children and adults with disabilities at an equine assisted therapy center.

Employee turnover costs an average of $15,000 per worker. According to a Gallup study, a lack of appreciation is the main driver of employee...

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3 P's to Make Tough Conversations a Little Easier

by Pivot Point
Pivot Point InsideOut Development is the world leader in workplace coaching. Quite simply, we help clients hold the conversations that energize people, motivate action, and lead to better—even incredible—business performance. PivotPoint is the voice of the InsideOut Development blog. We hope you’ll find inspiration to act as a “pivot point” in your trajectory (be it personal or professional) and to fuel your everyday breakthroughs.

Only 14% of HR managers think managers in their organizations are good at having tough conversations. It’s the #1 manager problem. Sometimes those...

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"What's Working?" How Optimism Drives Performance

by Cindy Holtom
Cindy Holtom Cindy is a seasoned designer with experience in brand creation, campaign strategy, event design, and product development. She delights in creating meaningful experiences for her clients and their customers, and is always jumping from podcasts to audiobooks, devouring ideas. She lives in Salt Lake City with her husband and 2 dogs. She loves to be outdoors and experience new perspectives.

Three Check-In Questions:

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3 Hidden Lessons Managers Shouldn't Learn the Hard Way

by Pivot Point
Pivot Point InsideOut Development is the world leader in workplace coaching. Quite simply, we help clients hold the conversations that energize people, motivate action, and lead to better—even incredible—business performance. PivotPoint is the voice of the InsideOut Development blog. We hope you’ll find inspiration to act as a “pivot point” in your trajectory (be it personal or professional) and to fuel your everyday breakthroughs.

This is an excerpt from a brand new e-book: How to Help New Managers Communicate Like a Boss. Download the e-book here to learn more about...

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4 Things Your New Manager Needs to Master Most

by Cara Hassey
Cara Hassey Cara Hassey is a marketing professional with InsideOut Development. She received her BA in English from Brigham Young University. When she is not writing, she enjoys playing tennis, golf and reading. She resides in Highland, Utah with her husband, four children and two dogs.

 

A bad boss is the number one reason employees quit their jobs.

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10 Tips for Top Coaches

by Pivot Point
Pivot Point InsideOut Development is the world leader in workplace coaching. Quite simply, we help clients hold the conversations that energize people, motivate action, and lead to better—even incredible—business performance. PivotPoint is the voice of the InsideOut Development blog. We hope you’ll find inspiration to act as a “pivot point” in your trajectory (be it personal or professional) and to fuel your everyday breakthroughs.

Coaching a team can be taxing whether you’re a catechumen or a connoisseur. These 10 tips can keep your team on track and moving forward.

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