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    In the best of worlds, you would always answer “yes.” Fact is, though, every business has some employees who have a tendency to look on the dark side of things, a habit that can create negative interactions with customers. Regardless of the reason, a grumpy employee alienates guests—and that means lost sales and lower profits.  Read More

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    Years ago, cozy familiarity between customers and an outside-services worker may not have flown. But a growing number of golf facility operators are spotlighting and empowering their service staff more prominently, making customer-facing workers of all ranks part of the marketing effort. Read More

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    Smart supervisors work quickly to address negative employee behavior. Smarter ones create workplaces where negative behavior doesn’t occur in the first place. Read More

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