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Designing Employee Incentives

Designing employee incentives can be a challenge for any business owner or manager.happyemployee Finding the sweet spot, and selecting the right incentive for employee motivation to keep top performers is key.

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Performance Culture, 2×2 Team Evaluations

Employee performance tracking can be a challenge for any business owner or manager. Untitled-1This webinar will provide you with simple tools to help business owners or managers identify the right jobs for the right people.

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Organizational Culture – Fundamentals for Business Owners

Organizational culture is the framework for how things get done in your company. The best chance for you to achieve your business objectives occurs when plans, people, processes and systems are aligned.

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Workplace Bullying: How Much Is It Costing Your Company?

A 2010 survey found that 35% of those surveyed reported being bullied at work. In 2001, the Bureau of Labor and Statistics found that the median number of days away from work as a result of related disorders was nearly 10% of an employee’s annual days of work. Costs associated with workplace bullying include increased turnover, depression, distraction, retaliation, and more. Join TAB Member, executive coach and family business adviser Kalli Matsuhashi as she reveals just how much this dynamic could be costing your business and what you can do to prevent it.

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Building an Accountability Culture

“Working below your pay grade,”, expectations of your people’s performance, keeping the wrong people (and why we do), and the effectiveness of your team are key areas that can negatively affect your company. Stephen Davies shares how addressing these areas can create an Accountability Culture that will improve your business’s profitability.

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Beating the Boomer Bust

The Baby Boomers drove a consumer and service economy to an unequaled streak of expansion for over 50 years. Based on extensive research on the issues facing Baby Boomer business owners, this webinar is a fast-paced look at the statistical inevitability of a shrinking market for sellers of small businesses, and what an owner needs to do to be successful in the last, biggest competition of the Boomers’ careers.

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Employee Motivation That Works

Are you confused and frustrated by failed efforts and significant time and money spent on various compensation schemes? Many leadership blogs are filled with posts on this topic, and corporations employ full time HR professionals who strive constantly to answer this question. You will leave this webinar with better understanding of human motivation.

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Writing Job Descriptions on the Right Side of the Law

In this session presented by Amy Newsom, of Newsom Law Firm, we will discuss how the ADA applies to your business and how it affects your hiring procedures. Specifically, Amy will be discussing job descriptions and how to keep them compliant.

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Grooming Engaged Entrepreneurial Employees

What would it mean to your business if you were able to significantly increase the engagement and therefore the value of your staff? Marty O’Neill of TAB Baltimore/Washington will explain the underlying reasons why many employees are not engaged and describe a strategy to correct the issue and develop a motivated and engaged staff.

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Seek, Assess & Onboard: How to Recruit Your Next Salesperson

If you have ever hired salespeople, only to be disappointed by their performance, then this fast-paced session is for you. Sales selection expert, Dave Kurlan, CEO of Objective Management Group, will highlight the most important steps, tools and best practices for getting it right when you hire salespeople.

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Effective Communication in the Workplace

Communicating effectively is more complex and challenging than ever before in today’s multi-generational workforce. Join Adam Wong, Vice President of TTI Success Insights, as he shares three easy-to-apply methods of enhancing your communication with anybody you encounter.

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Discipline to Termination: 5 Steps to Doing it Right

Terminating an employee can be one of the most difficult and stressful situations a business owner or manager faces. Aside from the emotional strain on both owner and employee, there are also legal ramifications involved in the act of termination. Courtney Berg of CourtSide© Consulting will show you how to apply a step-by-step process of progressive discipline to termination. Discover how to identify and correct poor performance, what to say in counseling sessions, what should be included in written warnings, and how to know if training or termination is appropriate.

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How Do You Determine When to Add Accounting Talent?

How do you know when the time is right to add accounting talent to your organization? What are the signs? How do you avoid overkill and excessive costs? Isn’t what you are getting now good enough?

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Human Capital Management = Your Freedom

As business owners, we have all heard at least once that our employees are our most important asset. But to that end, how much time do you spend involved in managing staff and the variety of personnel issues that arise? Learn how you can employ a solid Human Capital Management (HCM) strategy, that will protect your business from potential fines & lawsuits, but more importantly, will free up your time to work on why you really went into business… your personal vision!

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Recruiting When People Are Scarce

Sometimes it feels like small business owners are fighting an uphill battle in the proverbial “War for Talent.” This month’s BOSS Webinar will focus on pragmatic ideas and considerations for uncovering hidden sources of talent, flipping the traditional candidate pursuit conversation and leveraging tools/plans that you may already have in place. Join us to learn how you can get ahead of the game as we all prepare for the 2017 recruiting season!

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Multi-Generational Workforce: The Good. The Bad. The Ugly.


The mixed blessing of the Multi-generational Workforce, once a trending discussion for leadership, is now the fabric of every organization. The implications of a workforce from 16 to 80 years of age ripple throughout the lifecycle of a worker and throughout an organization. Generational differences can cause friction among colleagues and bosses, with their values, communication styles and work habits becoming even more pronounced, and they can take an organization to new heights. The challenge of organizations is how to be successful and, for most, this requires making their workforce successful too. One is not achievable without the other. Join us to learn about the multi-generational workforce, worker engagement and how to create a culture and work environment that enables each worker to bring their brilliance. From frustration to fabulous, make the most of your team!

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Employee Productivity Headaches

We will focus on the problems associated with Productivity: How to identify the problems, quantify and create a plan to address. Each business owner should be thinking about their business (We, Us, Ours) and each employee thinks about themselves (I, Me, Mine). Creating harmony among these “opposing” forces and ideas is critical to a company’s growth, the employee’s happiness and the leader’s freedom.

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Employee Retention: The Truths and Myths

This webinar will focus on insights Work Institute gleaned from over 240,000 interviews with employees. These findings helped create the 2017 Retention Report: Trends, Reasons & Recommendations. It revealed the true causes of turnover and what you can do about it.

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