It was an honest mistake, but a sloppy error that’s going to cost the company thousands of dollars. What do you do? Even the best employees screw up, and while it’s your job to handle disciplinary issues, you don’t want to risk losing an otherwise valuable employee.
One of the biggest project management pitfalls is “scope creep,” otherwise known as the tendency for a project to expand over time. Here are six rules to prevent the pain and problems of scope creep:
How to leverage older employees’ skills and experience to build your team.
Follow these guidelines to deliver effective and efficient performance reviews.
Every social setting involves certain “rules” of etiquette. In the workplace, the manager who pays attention to etiquette sets the tone for everyone else. Here are some tips that should be part of your daily routine:
Flexibility and use of technology are key in managing men and women born between 1980 and 2000.
How to deal with managing the constant complainer.
Leading from the top down no longer makes sense in the rapidly changing workplace. The most effective management style includes meaningful, ongoing collaboration between managers and employees.
Management tips to ease stress in the workplace: As a team leader, you’re uniquely positioned to influence workplace conditions and keep the people in your unit as productive as they can be. Here are tips to reduce stress levels.
For managers, trust is a vital professional component that defines their ability to inspire others. Employees who do not trust their managers also do not respect them, and this can lead to a variety of acts of insubordination, from disdain to apathy to outright rebellion.