Managing People at Work

When you meet with employees, begin by stating your “what and why”—what you want to discuss and why now.

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Ideas for motivating your staff without monetary incentives.

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Keeping written records of an employee’s substandard actions or behavior gives you more disciplinary options if problems worsen. Here are some ideas to properly documenting events.

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How to successfully handle an office confrontation: You’re faced with a longtime employee who never caused problems until now. Suddenly, she is in trouble on multiple fronts. What should you do?

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The secret of learning how to lead: showing a lot of respect but little bossiness.

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Worrying about money poses a particularly serious health risk in this economy. Even if your bank account is fine, consider your employees’ ?financial woes.

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Follow these steps to be sure you identify a problem correctly and the means of arriving at a viable solution.

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While it’s great to feel comfortable in your own skin, refusing to alter your communication style to win over others could prove to be hazardous.

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Charlie, a manager at a cosmetics firm, reflects on the changing nature of his relationship with his employees during the current economic slowdown.

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Listed are three managing goals for the month of March.

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