5 Simple Tips to Extinguish Employee Burn-Out

It happens to everyone, even your brightest most valuable players will hit burn out every once and awhile.   Although we would love to be the everlasting support and cheerleaders to every member of our team twenty four hours a day, seven days a week there will be times when our employee’s motivation may fall… Read More

Utilizing your Past Relationships to Embrace Your Present Success

Feb 14, 2015 If you are anything like me you find yourself reliving the trials of your past and how you should have reacted to them, more often than you, or I, care to admit.  You find yourself cringing at a past peer, or laughing at the memory of a great employee all while you are… Read More

3 Simple Tips to Dealing with Difficult Adolescent Employees

So what is an Adolescent? On the surface they appear to be difficult, pigheaded, eye rolling, under-breathed back talking, trash tweeting employees.  Many times they may refuse to complete a task to its fullest potential, or they may even just skip out on it altogether.  Perhaps punctuality is not above taking the time to pose… Read More

There Will Be No Joy Here.

Read the following with your point of view in mind: As a customer, what would be your impression of the employees?  The manager? As a sales associate, has this happened to you?  What’s your story? As a retail manager, do you feel the action taken was appropriate, or what you would have done?  why or… Read More