Top Business Articles to Increase Employee Performance

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If you’re struggling to get more results from your employees, you’re not alone. Many small business leaders feel stymied by under-performing teams. Here are a few of the top articles from the last month that address the challenges of motivating your employees to take their performance to the next level.

The Dos & Don’ts of Team Development

Via Sandler Sales. Psychologist Bruce Tuckman identified four primary stages of team development: forming, storming, norming, and performing. Here’s how his model can help you develop your team’s performance.

[With Video] 4 Steps to a Winning Employee Engagement Strategy

Via Executive Street. For an employee engagement initiative to succeed, you need to be strategic about it. This article answers the question, How can you pick the best, highest ROI-yielding culture initiatives to say “yes” to?

Why a 10x Goal Is Smarter—And Easier—Than a 2x Goal

Via Strategic Coach. To multiply your company’s growth, you’ll find more success by reaching for a 10x goal rather than a 2x goal. Sounds crazy, but this article explains why you’ll get more results from your employees – and more easily – with a bigger goal.

[Video] 3 Effective Ways to Increase Your Employee Productivity

Via In this video, serial entrepreneur Aviv Grill explains the steps he takes to get the most out of his employees. Check it out for some great insights into improving employee performance.

Learning How to Laugh and Work Through Criticism Is Necessary, Roastmaster Says

Via Corp! Nobody likes to hear criticism, but it’s a necessary part of learning to become a more effective employee (or employer). Receiving criticism is an art, and the most successful professionals are those who have learned how to use negative feedback to grow in their roles. Jeff Ross, professional roaster and comedian, gives his advice on how to receive criticism at work.

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