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PRIDESTAFF presents Innovations
March 2014
Hi Reader,

Sometimes it's necessary for us to take a long hard look at the ways we've been doing things for many years. This month's issue of Innvoations will help you do just that.

We'll take a look at "Progressive HR" and also help you determine whether you are a true listener.

Best regards,

Bob Daniel
PrideStaff
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INNOVATIVE IDEA:
Progressive HR: It's All About Policies That Truly Engage Today's Workforce


Innovation

A "Progressive HR" policy allows us to nurture talent and creates an organizational incubator. We must remember that with our employees, it is a two-way street. We can't always have it our way. The days of us dictating and having all the power on our side is over.

What exactly is "Progressive HR"? Find out in this article.
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BEST PRACTICE:
Psst! Leaders, Are You Really Listening?


BEST PRACTICE: Psst! Leaders, Are You Really Listening?

We all understand the mechanics of listening. But too often today, when we have the opportunity to listen, we're content with just passively letting sound waves travel through our ears. That's called hearing. Listening is something entirely different. It's essential for leaders to pay attention when others around us have something to say. Why? Because developing better listening skills is the key to developing a better company.
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