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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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Could your poor meeting etiquette be rubbing your boss the wrong way? Use these tips to leave a positive impression and create a more productive environment at your next meeting.




Push vs. Pull: Why Your Communication Style Matters

Take a closer look at your interactions with team members. Become knowledgeable in the push-pull communication method and discover how you can easily strike a balance with tips from Beth Noymer Levine.




Steve Jobs Knew How to Run a Meeting: Here’s How He Did it

Steve Jobs’ management style has always been a subject of debate. Whether you agree with it or not, he was still able to build the most successful company on the planet. Here’s an inside look at how he led company meetings and what you can learn from it.




Resilient Leaders Have One Thing in Common: Failure

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Failing at something can leave us confused and in a state of shock. HR expert and strategist, Debby Carreau , outlines what it takes to use failure as a learning experience and become a resilient leader.



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