Leigh Branham

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Would you like to prevent key employees from leaving? Leigh Branham joins Jim Blasingame to offer tips to help you see employee dissatisfaction signs before it becomes a letter of resignation.
Do you have policies that are good for your business but not for your customer? Leigh Branham joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how dangerous policies can be when they have the result of making you irrelevant to customers.
Could your policies be costing you good employees AND customers? Leigh Branham joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the damage that can result when you require employees to defend bad company policies.
Here's how to identify and eliminate your poisonous policies? Leigh Branham joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how to ferret out and kill your business policies that may be killing your business.
How can we help the different generations communicate better in the workplace? Leigh Branham joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the unique time we're in regarding multiple generations working together, and how we can improve communication between them.
The employee re-engagement challenge for management is the focus of discussion between Leigh Branham and Jim Blasingame, as Leigh explains how managers treat employees is the single greatest key to sustained success.
Leigh Branham join Jim Blasingame to identify seven of the most important leadership principles that are appropriate for the realities of the 21st century marketplace.
Re-engaging employees in a time of great workplace stress is becoming a unique skill in the wake of the Great Recession. Leigh Branham and Jim Blasingame talk about some of the motivational challenges that are unique to this recovery for most employers.
How do you keep employees engaged during a recession? Leigh Branham reminds Jim Blasingame and his audience that keeping employees encouraged during tough times isn't all that difficult, and he offers a few tips.
Want to make your business a great place to work? Where prospective employees are lined up to come in? Leigh Branham talks with Jim Blasingame about the six characteristics of the companies that were judged to be the best places to work.