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About Billy Arcement

Billy Arcement, MEd. is a leadership consultant / professional speaker/ author and President of The Results Group. For questions about this article, call him at 225-677-9426 or email barcement@eatel.net. Learn more about his services at www.SearchingForSuccess.com. 2006 The Results Group.
Managing the Workforce of Tomorrow

If you are in a leadership position today, here are ten ideas to help you successfully lead the newest generation of workers-Millennials or Gen X. They are different and here is why.

How To Find Job Satisfaction

Life is too short to work at a job that brings daily dissatisfaction. It doesn’t matter what type of work you do. You owe it to yourself to find satisfaction with your work. If you are unhappy on the job, that unhappiness will spread to all part of your life. Unhappy workers make unhappy spouses, parents, and friends. Here are tips on how you can make your job a more satisfying experience and remove stress, unhappiness, and frustration from your job environment forever.

Praise–A Powerful Tool for Enhancing Performance

Everyone wants to feel important. That is the highest need we all have. Making people feel important is an essential part of managing people yet sometimes as leaders, we forget this powerful tool we have at our disposal. How effective is your management style when it comes to handing out praise to those you manage? Look through this list and see how many ideas you are not using.

Experience–A 21st Century Survival Strategy

“If a man with money meets a man with experience, the man with experience will gain some money and the man with money will gain some experience.”

Don’t Just Hire New Employees–Develop Them

Are you getting ready to add to your workforce? What steps have you taken to assure that these new hires will make a successful transition into your organization? New employees should be provided a fair opportunity to develop their skills and talents and remain on the payroll. Failure to do so could result in the loss of a potentially good employee, a waste of training dollars, or the threat of legal action from dismissals. Obviously, none of these are acceptable options for the progressive-minded company.