Managing People at Work

Many leaders use outdated methods of motivation like bribery and dangling a carrot. Perceived as manipulation, these methods backfire by creating mistrust, passive-aggressive behavior and inaction.

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Nobody enjoys filling out expense reports or tracking expenditures. But if you want to keep things organized, it’s important that you stay diligent when it comes to recording these expenses.

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When we get stressed, we often get caught up in details or situations that we can’t control. Stay focused on the big picture, and take action where you can.

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How to handle workplace romances on your team.

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Need an easy way to track your time or that of your team members?

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According to a Catalyst research report, women experience slower career growth and slower rates of pay increase than men, even as corporate officers in Fortune 500 companies—even in 2013.

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For the millions of Americans who suffer from gastrointestinal problems, the workplace poses special challenges.

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Employees are no longer functioning at peak performance in the modern workplace, reported best-selling author and performance expert Tony Schwartz. To help managers and employees, he developed a diagnostic tool, “The Energy Audit,” which measures how individuals are coping in their work environments.

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Americans spend up to 20 percent of their waking hours on social media sites. According to Mashable, use of social media at work is costing companies up to $650 billion in profits per year, so employers have good reason to be concerned. But how can a company protect itself while maintaining good relationships with its employees?

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While smartphones may have changed the way many managers communicate, technology is no excuse for abandoning old-fashioned good manners.

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