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6 Things to Keep in Mind When Delivering Employee Feedback

Being a great leader means giving feedback that inspires growth and improves performance. It’s both essential to an...
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Ruth Erickson

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

With more than 17 years of experience working across and managing high-performing teams, Ruth’s passion is for leading and motivating members to be change agents. She is currently the Director of Marketing at ProService Hawaii. Before joining ProService, Ruth held various leadership roles at Microsoft in marketing and product organizations.

Recent Posts

Why You Need to Concentrate on Customer Experience

By Ruth Erickson
No matter what type of business you manage, your customers’ experience is an important part of marketing. More likely than not, the way they experience your product and/or service can actually make or break your marketing efforts to new buyers.

How to Get Your Team to Listen, Engage, and Care

By Ruth Erickson
Ensuring that employees are engaged, invested in, and included is crucial for retaining talent and driving company growth. When it comes to internal communications, implementing the right tools and strategies can be an important factor for...

How to Prep Your Business for Hurricane Lane

By Ruth Erickson
UPDATE: As you may have heard, all ProService Hawaii offices will be closed on Friday, August 24 as the islands prepare for the worst of Hurricane Lane. As your client experience is still our top priority, if you have an HR-related issue on...

Sheila Heen, New York Times Best-selling Author, to Headline Fall Growth Series Event

By Ruth Erickson
Gaining feedback from within your organization is essential to learning, growing, and innovating, especially as your business scales. But giving, receiving, and using feedback can be challenging.

Making Plans for Next Year: Why Feedback and Candid Conversations Matter

By Ruth Erickson
Next year may seem like a world away, but from an annual planning perspective, it’s just around the corner. As we cruise into fall, many of us are thinking about annual planning for 2019. We’re assessing what worked well, what we’d like to do...

Six Ways to Boost Customer Happiness

By Ruth Erickson
Did you know it’s much easier to keep a loyal customer than acquire a new one? Returning customers spend more and buy more often, and refer friends and family. In fact, according to Harvard Business Review, strengthening your customer...

Top 5 Tips to Get Fully Staffed: Key Insights From Our Summer 2018 Growth Series

By Ruth Erickson
Our summer Growth Series, “Get Fully Staffed: Finding & Keeping Great People", took place on June 27th with keynote speaker Eric Chester, with our largest audience ever. Eric has written six books about employee engagement, workplace culture, and...

Six Factors to Consider When Building an Employee Engagement Program

By Ruth Erickson
When it comes to developing an employee engagement plan, the importance and necessity of it is enthusiastically agreed upon by most business owners—regardless of the industry or company size. Whether you own a restaurant, lead a team, or run a...

We Before Me: 4 Ways to Build a Team-First Work Culture

By Ruth Erickson
As a manager, when you think of your workforce, there are two primary entities involved: the individual person and the collective team. But it’s the relationship between those two that is the most important.

Can Diversity Help You Attract and Retain Employees?

By Ruth Erickson
Having employees from different backgrounds creates an enriched, engaged company culture that’s good for business. Even so, there’s a large wage gap in the U.S.– with women making 20% less than their male counterparts. Additionally, racial wealth...

Hear Me Out: How to Really Listen to Your Employees

By Ruth Erickson
It can be challenging to keep a consistent pulse and tune into what your employees are thinking (instead of what you think they are thinking.) Getting their feedback is important and responding to their needs, their ideas, and their suggestions...

Cultivate Engaged Employees With These Five Mad Libs

By Ruth Erickson
When I participate in leadership forums, it’s not uncommon to hear similar questions float to the top of the discussion: How can I motivate my employees? What tips do you have to encourage and show my team I appreciate them? What’s the best way...

5 Steps to Launching an Employee Coaching Program

By Ruth Erickson
What if your company could teach employees new skills, develop leadership skills, and improve overall satisfaction...for free? I’m willing to bet you would jump at the chance to get this in place. Well, with an employee coaching program, you can.

10 Ways to Recognize Employees for Under $30

By Ruth Erickson
Just like your people, rewards are not all created equal. But the undertone of all rewards is the same: A job well done. Great work. We appreciate you.

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