1 / 1With 200-plus wins (and counting), motivation still peaking for Kyle BuschFORT WORTH, Texas -- When Kyle Busch was racing Legends Cars at a young age, the record was eight wins in a single season. The driver that would later be nicknamed "Rowdy" won 16 races that next year -- but had his sights set on more. "It was, 'OK, I won 16 in a year […]<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)--sm Mt(0.8em)--sm" type="text" content="FORT WORTH, Texas — When Kyle Busch was racing Legends Cars at a young age, the record was eight wins in a single season." data-reactid="37">FORT WORTH, Texas — When Kyle Busch was racing Legends Cars at a young age, the record was eight wins in a single season.The driver that would later be nicknamed “Rowdy” won 16 races th
IT teams, particularly in the tech and health tech worlds, face a high level of pressure in today’s environment -- whether it is supporting first-to-market launches or ensuring the highest level of security to prevent data breaches. But how do you keep an IT team engaged, motivated while ensuring they are "always on?" According to a recent Gallup poll, only 2 in 10 employees strongly agree their performance is managed in a way that motivates them to do outstanding work. That frustration can lead to serious retention issues. In fact, LinkedIn’s most recent talent turnover report indicated the tech software sector saw a 13.2 percent turnover rate, the highest in comparison to the other major categories (media and professional services). Here are 5 tips to keep IT staff focused and driven
Eric Charbonneau/AP Images, Samantha Lee/Business Insider Samantha Lee/Business Insider Marianne Williamson, a wildly successful author and self-help guru, is running for the Democratic nomination for president. She is known for several New York Times bestselling books on spirituality and her work leading a nonprofit food bank that has served 11.5 million meals. She's a confidante of Oprah Winfrey's and has made regular guest appearances on her show to discuss matters of spirituality and moralit...
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