Tagged Leadership & Management

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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…

Managing Specialists
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Managing Specialists

How to Lead A Team More Skilled Than You

Throughout the progression of one’s career, every executive will eventually run into the same situation: every talented manager will someday lead employees with more technical skill and know-how than himself. In these set-ups, plenty of talented managers are pushed to their limits – frustration ensues. With situations like this, it’s important to take on a…

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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.

5 interview Questions Your New Team Will Ask
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The Chosen One

5 Interview Questions Your New Team Will Ask

In interview situations, you won’t just meet the HR manager – you’ll be invited to impress the team that you’ll be leading, who are ready to judge you at a moment’s notice.  Answer these 5 interview questions cleverly, and you’ll definitely start off on the right foot. Click on ALLOW button to have access to…

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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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Making a plan of action

Establishing Career Goals to Achieve Your Dreams

If you’re looking to move forward in your career, it’s important to have a vision for your future. No matter what position you’re in now, establishing career goals can steer you in the right direction of where you want to go and can lead you to success. Without career goals, you can stay complacent and…

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Going off the Grid!

Permanent Availability on the Job

Being available at all hours is extremely important for many companies, but does this mean that employees have no right to switch off? Why shutting off your Smartphone and going “off the grid” should be allowed. Honestly, was it necessary to send that last email on Friday at 9:17pm? Could you not have sent that…

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The importance of values in the workplace

Ancient success strategy: value-oriented leadership

The former Benedictine monk Anselm Bilgri, along with the Andechs monastery in Germany, managed an enterprise worth millions – following an ancient rule of order. Which leadership values are really successful and what are the key roles they play in employee job motivation? The monk who led a company worth millions The great interest of…

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More than flat hierarchies, teamwork and innovative thinking….

The Modern CEO – Leading in the Digital Era

He wears Ray Ban sunglasses, and low-cut Chuck Taylors. No, not your younger brother – we’re talking about the modern CEO. Nowadays, when an employee has a lunch date with his company’s CEO, it isn’t about sitting nervously across from a grim old man in a pin-striped suit. The working world is approaching a large paradigm…

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