Leadership and Management

Tips for Tackling Employee Disengagement as a Manager
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Tips for Tackling Employee Disengagement as a Manager

What do you do when an employee comes to you with a valid criticism – but you can’t do anything about it? We put this difficult question, and others, to Quantum Workplace president and CEO Greg Harris, who shared his insights. Disengaged employees are the bane of every workplace, posing particular challenges to managers and executives. The good…

importance of planning to achieve success
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The Importance of Planning to Achieve Success

You’re about to embark on a new project and are responsible for putting a plan in place, but it can be tough to know where to start. Whether it’s your first time tackling a big project, or you’re looking to refine your planning process, this article will provide you with useful tips on how to…

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What are the Dangers of Over-Promising? Ask Boris Johnson

As a CEO you possess great power – and we all know what comes along with great power. The downfall of a CEO can mean the demise of an entire organisation. Even if the company manages to survive the scandal, when a CEO stumbles, they bring the company down with them and its reputation continues…

Tips for smarter networking
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5 Tips to Getting Honest Feedback from Employees

Getting honest feedback from employees is a precarious balancing act. In one ear you have the staff member who always finds something to complain about, regardless of how trivial it may be. On the other side you have the team member who is polite to the point of paralysis. Here it takes a great deal of prodding to get below…

managers can learn from hillary
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What Managers Can Learn From Hillary Clinton

In 2008, the Democratic favorite in the US presidential race, Hillary Clinton, succumbed to a surprise defeat at the hands of an almost unknown senator by the name of Barack Obama in the presidential primaries. Eight years on, a more experienced Hillary is bracing herself for a final showdown against Donald Trump. Say what you will about her emailing habits,…

what managers can learn from donald trump
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US Election Special: What Managers Can Learn from Donald Trump

At the beginning of the presidential pre-selection battle, Donald Trump elicited at most a mocking or pitying smile from discerning observers. This initial amusement has given way to shock, disbelief, and in some cases horror. Seemingly unstoppable, Trump strode through the preliminary selections, going from strength to strength and seizing the Republican nomination despite having very little political experience….

Lessons We Can Learn from Famous CEOs
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Lessons We Can Learn from Famous CEOs

There is much that can be learned as a senior manager or executive from the success of famous CEOs around the world. The accomplishments of modern executives in the IT industry in Silicon Valley can also serve as a motivating force for senior managers in traditional companies. Read on to learn which creative tricks, tips and lessons you…

executives benefit from online presence
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How Executives Benefit from Online Presence

“Facebook, Twitter? Can’t someone from the marketing team do that?” Those looking to convince senior management of the relevance of their interactions on social media, are usually confronted with a reaction that goes a little something like this: “Social media is for private use only and looks unprofessional!” However, accessibility and interaction on social networks is more important than…

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Do You Need to Have This Meeting? A Checklist

“Do I need to have this meeting?” A checklist for when meetings are necessary – and when they should be avoided In today’s modern world some of the most dreaded words in a work environment can be “let’s schedule a meeting for that.” Meetings often drag on and seem unnecessary to everyone involved if certain…

what managers can learn from bernie sanders
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US Election Special: What Managers Can Learn From Bernie Sanders

He is 74-years-old, according to the New York Times looks like a “grumpy grandfather” and identifies himself in the heavily liberal United States of America as a “democratic socialist”.  Despite all of this, the senator from Vermont has plenty of young fans. Bernie Sanders must have done something right. Experteer has identified three strengths that…

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