Turn off your computer and go talk to someone

Bosses need to get out from behind their computer screens and have face-to-face conversations with employees, says Sandra Kurtzig, CEO and chairwoman of Kenandy. This sets an example for younger workers that there's more to life than e-mail. "You need to interact with people and not just your computers," Kurtzig says.

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