Guy Farmer
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I help forward-thinking, creative individuals and groups build self-awareness by learning about themselves and others. I encourage people to let go of thoughts and behaviors that don't work and replace them with new ones that lead in a positive direction. The goal is to live happier personal and professional lives. My personal development workshop topics include: Discovering Who You Are, Creating Your Ideal Life and How to Be Happy. Workplace topics include: Leadership, Effective Communication, Team Building and Diversity.

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How to Praise Your Employees

Leadership is often as much about how we make our employees feel as it is what we are able to achieve. However, in many workplaces the drive for higher numbers leaves the people stuff on the sidelines. Inspirational leaders know that when they praise their employees on a regular basis the results will come. Here are some common thoughts I hear in workplaces and some ideas to help you praise your employees more effectively.

Praise Makes People… Continue

Posted on June 18, 2010 at 4:00pm

How to Use Your Employees' Skills

We may be sitting on a gold mine when it comes to our employees. Savvy leaders know that they can use their employees' skills to move their organizations forward and look good in the process. See the article I wrote on using your employees' skills.

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Posted on April 18, 2010 at 11:54am

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