Few leaders set out to make their employees feel like they don’t matter. But Christine Comaford says even the most well meaning among us may be doing it accidentally — and the repercussions can be severe.

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Written by AngelBiz
615 days ago

I have seen these in one form or the other in many situations. Points 3 and 4 are really important in my mind. You have to appreciate the contribution made by team members and celebrate small victories. The appreciation doesn't have to be in the form of cash bonus. Just saying Thank You sincerely can go a long way towards your employee loving you.



Written by tiroberts
616 days ago

Very insightful and informative piece. Thanks for sharing! :)



Written by BizRock
617 days ago

Great post about things how not to treat your employees!

Thank you for sharing here at BizSugar!



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