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Many readers tell us their most stressful time is when they prepare to head home. Inevitably, two or three last-minute tasks crop up or visitors drop in. By the time they’re out the door, they’re late for dinner. Avoid this by tying up loose ends earlier. Reach closure on decisions and give associates the information they asked for so they don’t have to block your exit. Stave off new projects until tomorrow.
Great leaders are confident and great leaders are assertive. Luckily, confidence and assertiveness are learned skills. They are skills that successful people perpetually refine, improve and strengthen. There are always opportunities to practice and build your confidence and assertiveness....Click here to find out more.