This Week in Business Strategies

Jan. 17, 2022

This week's roundup discusses how to become a better goal setter, increase employee retention and why your most passionate employees may not be your top performers. 

Jan. 17, 2022—To better assist shop owners with their business-building tactics Ratchet+Wrench has compiled a short list of essential leadership material from some of its favorite sources. Here's a look at a few must-read articles from the past week.

Studies Show 91 Percent of Us Won't Achieve Our New Year's Resolutions. How to Be the 9 Percent That DoInc. 

Four strategies that the 9 percent of successful goal-achievers do consistently well. 

Tips for Small Businesses to Cultivate Loyalty and Increase Employee RetentionEntrepreneur

Here are a few ways that employers can adjust their business model to help retain current employees and attract high-quality talent.

Your Most Passionate Employees May Not Be Your Top PerformersHarvard Business Review  

Research finds that managers tend to reward passion — even if it’s not correlated with results.

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