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what managers do

So… What Does A Manager Actually Do?

By | Posted Sep 23, 2016

What managers do is respond to daily crises, take on too much work, operate with continuous interruptions and make instant decisions. As a consequence, “fire prevention” doesn’t get the time and attention required.

leading change

Leading Change: How To Keep People Motivated When Chaos Reigns

By | Posted Sep 21, 2016 | 1 Comment

During periods of upheaval and change, your staff will inevitably wonder what’s in it for them, and if it’s even worth it to stick around. It doesn’t cost anything to make people feel appreciated.

convince people to say yes

The Yeas Have It: 6 Ways To Convince People To Say Yes

By | Posted Sep 20, 2016

Want to get things done? You need to learn how to convince people to say yes. Watch as Robert Cialdini, author of Pre-Suasion, describes the most important factors for influencing people.

open-door policy

How Open Is Your Open-Door Policy?

By | Posted Sep 19, 2016 | 1 Comment

An open-door policy is a good place to start when you’re looking to build a culture of open communication in an organization. But it shouldn’t be the only tool in your toolbox when you are looking for feedback.

effective communication style

Do You Have An Effective Communication Style?

By | Posted Sep 16, 2016

It doesn’t matter what level you’re on. Whether directing your staff or updating your manager about the department’s operations and needs, an effective communication style may make all the difference.

amazing boss

If You Do These 9 Things, Consider Yourself An Amazing Boss

By | Posted Sep 15, 2016

How many of these 9 traits describe you? Learn how to tell if you’re just a good boss, or head and shoulders above the pack—a truly amazing boss.

mindfulness

Being Your Best Self: Mindfulness For Work And Life

By | Posted Sep 14, 2016 | 1 Comment

If you want to become more focused, more effective, less stressed, more creative or anything else, you have the potential. The key is training your mind, and the tool is mindfulness.

burn bridges

Yes, Sometimes You SHOULD Burn Bridges Behind You

By | Posted Sep 13, 2016

You’ve always been told not to burn bridges behind you, right? Here’s how to know when you should throw in the towel, sever all ties, and set fire to that bridge—and never look back.

millennial entering the workforce

A Boomer’s View, Through The Eyes Of Millennials

By | Posted Sep 12, 2016 | 1 Comment

A Baby Boomer looks at things from the perspective of a millennial entering the workforce. We could all learn a lot about other generations, if we’d only look past our own preconceived notions.

successful people

Are You More Successful Than You Realize? Probably.

By | Posted Sep 8, 2016

Do you look at successful people and wonder why you’re not one of them? Well, you probably are. Here’s how to know if you’re a successful person, but just don’t realize it.

facebook status updates

Science Knows You By Your Facebook Status Updates

By | Posted Sep 6, 2016

Psychologists studied the Facebook status updates of over 500 people, as well as their answers to survey questions. Some of the findings won’t surprise you at all if you’re a regular Facebook user.

get the promotion

How To Get The Promotion You Know You Deserve

By | Posted Aug 26, 2016 | 1 Comment

Are you as far along in your career as you could be? Recruiting expert Steve Saah reveals the ways you can prepare yourself to get the promotion you deserve. Build the confidence to take initiative and move into a leadership position.

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