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Addiction in the Workplace
Employees are every organization’s most valuable asset. CEOs and other top executives know that keeping their emp…
Insight Business Works Tip of the Week: Be an Emotionally Intelligent Boss. Great leaders connect with their employees in meaningful ways. They remember their names and acknowledge contributions in a specific rather than general way (e.g., "You are so organized and on top of the details; I really appreciate that."). Lou Solomon in her HBR article, "The Top Complaints from Employees About their Leaders" gives other simple suggestions: give feedback often, remember people's names, ask employees for input. These are basic things emotionally intelligent leaders do--but if this is not your strong suit, hire a coach and seek feedback from others regularly.