Managing People at Work

The key to being a strong leader is positive values and a positive outlook.

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Often managers feel caught between a rock and a hard place. Challenged to meet organizational goals in a tough economic climate, they push teams to do more and watch the stress levels rise.

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Do your comments during performance appraisals always hit the mark?

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“Would you lead this project?” It’s no surprise that these words can cause anxiety.

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Loyalty is often a big motivator for employees. A feeling of belonging can lead some to put forth just a little extra effort toward accomplishing team goals.

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No employee should ever be taken by a “You’re fired!” surprise when it comes to subpar performance.

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Team meetings are the equivalent of football huddles. As such, they are one of the most visible arenas in which you can exert control over the players.

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When is an employee ready for more responsibility?

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Even supervisors who normally communicate well with everyone sometimes meet the exception: an employee who seems to take everything the wrong way.

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According to this myth, all a supervisor has to do is to keep his or her people happy. If he or she does, the work will take care of itself.

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