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One Big Mistake Every Manager Must Avoid (It’s About Your Time)

One Big Mistake Every Manager Must Avoid (It’s About Your Time)

As a manager, your day is likely filled from the moment you walk into the office until you (finally) leave at night. But what if […]

Good Worker or Good Parent? 4 Ways Working Women Can Be Both

Good Worker or Good Parent? 4 Ways Working Women Can Be Both

3 pm to 5 pm. These two hours have created more heartache, friction, and unnecessary drama than any other hours in the day. Why? Because […]

How Managers Can Shift Their Thinking and Respond to Change

How Managers Can Shift Their Thinking and Respond to Change

Managers need to alter their thinking patterns and try new things to respond to change. They may be stuck in a rut, however, which makes […]

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Make Your Best Effort, But No One Can Give 110 Percent

Everyone loves to let the world know just how hard they’re working. Athletes tell us they’re giving it 110 percent; business­people brag that they work 80 hours a week. We’re supposed to be impressed, but sport psychologist and author Stan Beecham is not.




losing focus

Losing Focus? Think About Two Rabbits

Losing focus is something we all face daily in our multitasking lives. But here’s a trick to help you easily visualize the pitfalls of trying to do too many things at once.




outspoken employees

How To Make Outspoken Employees An Asset

In group settings, the manager must take responsibility for giving everyone an opportunity to speak. This can be done in a positive way by channeling overly vocal personalities into an advantage for the team.




toxic employee

8 Signs Of A Toxic Employee Who Should Be Fired

Bad employees are easy to pick out of a crowd—their terrible work habits have likely already appeared on a performance appraisal. But what about the ones who fly under the radar because their worst characteristics aren’t performance related?



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