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Bruce Tulgan

Bruce Tulgan
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Bruce Tulgan is the best-selling author of It’s Okay to Be the Boss and the CEO of RainmakerThinking, the management research, consulting, and training firm he founded in 1993. All of his work is based on twenty‑seven years of intensive workplace interviews and has been featured in thousands of news stories around the world. Bruce’s newest book, The Art of Being Indispensable at Work, is available from Harvard Business Review Press wherever books are sold. You can follow Bruce on Twitter @BruceTulgan or visit his website at rainmakerthinking.com.
Becoming Your Workplace’s Go-to Person

Becoming Your Workplace’s Go-to Person

The real go-to person is the one who focuses on building real relationship power for the long-term, by focusing on helping other people get their needs met.
teamwork concept

How to Set Up a New Team for Success from Day One

In the startup-infused culture of workplaces today, it is likely for managers to find themselves responsible for new teams that have never worked together. The members will likely have a variety of backgrounds. No matter, the goal is the same: to get everyone working together as effectively as possible, as soon as possible. Here’s how.

Why We’re All Millennials Now

Millennials don't won't to work hard, have short attention spans, don't want to be managed, don't care about long-term careers, want more money than they're worth. True or false? Here are the fourteen most common myths about the millennial generation’s attitude toward work and career.
Workplace anger

The Key to Resolving Workplace Anger

As much as individuals may struggle with anger in their personal lives, anger is even more challenging when it is felt and expressed—even nonviolently—in the workplace.

The Talent Wars Are On: How Leaders and Managers Can Retain Their Best Employees

The number-one issue troubling business leaders today is the increasing difficulty of recruiting, motivating, and retaining the best talent. There is a talent shortage at every level, in every industry.

The Numbers Problem

For decades, demographers and workforce planners have been anticipating a transformation in the workforce, a trend that the team at RainmakerThinking calls The Great...
loss prevention managers

Loss Prevention Managers: How Do You Deal with Problem Employees?

You hate confrontations with employees. They only seem to make things worse. Sometimes you even end up firing an employee. For these reasons, you generally avoid giving...

The Great Generational Shift

In just the last year alone, millions of First-Wave Boomers and pre-Boomers have left the North American workforce, while millions of Second-Wave Millennials have...
loss prevention job openings

Gen Z Workers Will Fill the Next Round of Loss Prevention Job Openings

Older, more experienced people are always more or less annoyed by the attitudes and behavior of each successive new young generation. New, young employees...
Professional Development Loss Prevention Employment, loss prevention education

The Great Generational Shift: How the Post-Boomer Workforce Will Affect the Nature of Loss...

There is a Great Generational Shift underway in the workforce today. This is the post-Baby Boomer shift that demographers and workforce planners have been...

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