JP George

JP George grew up in a small town in Washington. After receiving a Master's degree in Public Relations, JP has worked in a variety of positions, from agencies to corporations all across the globe. Experience has made JP an expert in topics relating to leadership, talent management, and organizational business.

All articles by JP George:

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    HR Improvements that Can Build a Better Company

    Jun 20, 2017 | In: Organization & Culture

    The role of HR has evolved significantly over the years. In the past, HR was focused only on hiring and making sure paychecks were sent to the right employees. Today, HR plays a much broader role in the strategic goals of a company. These following improvements can help your HR department meet your company goals.

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    Struggling with Company Culture? Here are 3 Ways to Improve Your Work Environment

    May 04, 2017 | In: Organization & Culture

    Company culture is an extremely important component of a healthy business. Culture serves as the personality of the organization and has a huge impact on the company’s reputation with both internal employees and externally with customers and clients. In addition, workplace culture can influence an employee’s productivity and results. Companies who focus on building a positive culture will reap the benefits of a motivated and high-achieving workforce as employees will feel much more contented and connected at work.

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    Learning to Communicate With Difficult Co-Workers

    Apr 04, 2017 | In: Organization & Culture

    No matter where you work, there’s always some difficult co-workers you’re going to have to deal with. Instead of wishing the situation away, which never works, it’s time to learn how to perfect your skills for dealing with them.

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    Great Companies Aren’t Built by Any One Person

    Mar 08, 2016 | In: Organization & Culture

    One of the biggest mistakes business owners make is thinking they can run their business alone. They think they can do all the heavy lifting by themselves. However, they are making a vital mistake. It takes many people working together to make a business run effectively. By failing to see this simple fact, business owners are putting themselves and their business in danger. By trying to control everything, they are limiting their company’s’ potential profits.

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    Let Creativity Reign When Appreciating Employees

    Jan 14, 2016 | In: Organization & Culture

    Everyone likes to feel appreciated at work. In fact, studies have shown that employees are motivated to work harder when their boss shows appreciation for their work. For most employers, showing appreciation might mean promotions and pay raises, but those opportunities don’t come along as often as we’d like to think.

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    5 Management Mistakes You Don’t Realize You’re Making

    Nov 26, 2015 | In: Organization & Culture

    The dictionary defines management as, “the process of dealing with or controlling things or people.” Sometimes, managers don’t understand why their team does not function cohesively. Below are five management mistakes managers don’t realize they’re making and tips to avoid these missteps.

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    6 Ways to Avoid Employee Burnout and Foster Innovation

    Oct 22, 2015 | In: Enabling Factors

    According to a recent Gallup poll, around 31% of U.S. employees were engaged in 2014. Why are employees less engaged? Some of the blame is due to burnout at work. This burnout, characterized by severe mental and physical exhaustion, is leading to a lack of interest, reduced employee engagement and less work being accomplished. Most of the theories that have been devised in this regard suggest that the main cause is too much work and strain, but this might not be the case.

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    5 Ways to Improve Your Small Office Culture

    Sep 14, 2015 | In: Organization & Culture

    Employers often seek cost effective, informal ways to enhance office culture. These strategies usually involve improving channels of communication in very basic, informal ways. But every company is not the same. Small companies have the advantage of creating a unique culture with no visible boundaries. So how can these organizations take advantage of this?

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    Strong Businesses Need Strong Recognition Programs

    Apr 14, 2015 | In: Organization & Culture

    It is the duty of management to ensure that the human capital they are responsible for are working productively. Appropriate recognition of excellent work by employees is a huge part of having a happy and productive workforce with less turnover. If employees are starting to work less efficiently, it may be time to reinvent management practices to rejuvenate your company culture.

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