Managing People at Work

All managers form opinions of their team members, just as teachers assess their students. And those opinions tend to stick. But problems erupt when you mark certain employees as “bad” or “unreliable” or “scatterbrained.”

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You may think only movie stars, talk show hosts and hotshot trial lawyers have charisma. But anyone can radiate the kind of energy that generates awe and respect in others.

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You give a series of sterling evaluations to one of your employees and she suddenly asks, “If I’m so good, why is it that I’m never considered for promotion?” Which of these choices is the best way to respond?

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When employees face a serious problem, you want them to open up to you. But what you do is almost as important as what you say.

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You have much less time than you think to make a good impression on fresh employees. So how are you going to do it?

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Listen to management expert and speaker Jay Forte answer audience questions about how to manage remote workers.

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So you think you have what it takes to get the bottom of a serious conflict at the office? Maybe even one involving the threat of a lawsuit?

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Columnist and speaker Marie McIntyre recently let webinar attendees in on the secrets she’s been revealing since she herself was given a managerial title.

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A quick summary of a recent training webinar presented by Business Management Daily.

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They have a power that the most skilled managers know how to harness. Want your words to actually resonate with employees? Try posing one very telling question to each member of your team.

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