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What is a manager to do?

Should You Be Friends With Your Employees?

If you are in a leadership role, then be the boss, not a friend. Nevertheless, one of the things that separate a great manager from a good manager is the manager’s ability to be cordial and friendly with the members of his or her team. Drawing the line between cordiality and friendship can be difficult, but…

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Team Management

How to Manage Harmful Employee Behaviors

It’s one of those unpleasant facts of business life: No matter how effective a manager you are, it’s inevitable that one or more of your employees will display problematic behaviors now and then. A top performer starts exhibiting less-than-stellar performance. A previously reliable employee is increasingly absent from work. A direct report arrives chronically late to important meetings. Today, we have curated four types of harmful employee behaviors and how to manage them as you move into management jobs.

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Valentine’s Day

Finding Your Better Half

You might have a secret admirer waiting for you – are you ready to find your perfect match? Click on ALLOW button to have access to more exciting career news!

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It’s all about your attitude

Ask the Headhunter: “You won’t get hired if you act fired!”

Is getting fired a state of mind? While it is a given that, if you are fired, particularly from a senior position, it may lead to feelings of work rejection and will surely not feel great. But moving on to find a new position needs a more positive and open mindset. You’ve heard the conventional wisdom:…

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How to Make the Most of Professional Disappointment

How to deal with work rejection

Plenty of managers or people vying for the next career step tend to go through a sine curve of emotions at various points in their careers. Maybe it is your new big idea that got turned down, or the fact that you got ignored for the promotion you had been secretly expecting. Worse still, the person you least…

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Stuck in a rut at work?

4 Strategies to Give Your Career New Direction

You arrive at work and get your first cup of coffee. As it’s sitting on your desk, still steaming, you start daydreaming about your plans for the evening. Sound familiar? If so, you may be stuck in a rut at work. It’s an easy problem to ignore, after all it’s terribly cozy in the comfort…

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What Leaders Should Know

The Secret to a Successful Stint Abroad

Champagne in France or beer in Bavaria? When working abroad you will discover new perspectives, but be prepared – it isn’t automatically the case that upon return you’ll be met with a promotion. Click on ALLOW button to have access to more exciting career news!

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Follow these simple steps and become a top-notch candidate

Cold-Calling a Headhunter – From Strategy to Success

High-caliber headhunters are considered to be the gatekeepers for the most exclusive career opportunities. Most people believe that, as a rule, headhunters contact candidates. But would this arrangement work in reverse? The answer is simple – yes, if you know how to do it right. Executive search recruiters explain how candidates can successfully contact headhunters. One thing is…

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Key attributes top companies look for when hiring

Pedigree or Potential: What’s More Important When Hiring for Executive Jobs?

At present, there is a lot of speak in the business world about hiring and retention of great talent with a very critical debate taking place on “P vs. P.” Pedigree vs. potential. What is more important to an organization – the educational pedigree of an individual or his potential?

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Unlock your team’s potential

How to Turn Yea-Sayers into True Thinkers

Do you find that no matter what you say your team is always nodding? If so, you could be surrounded by typical yea-sayers. But unproductive servitude and the fear of rejection can greatly impact how well a job is done and a company’s success. Social worker Martin Bergmann explains how to create an appreciative work…

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