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Managing People at Work

How to keep yourself from reacting too impulsively to every bit of good or bad news and exhausting yourself and your employees.

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Three managerial goals are featured for the month of July.

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While it’s normal to talk to your boss differently than you talk to everyone else, there’s a fine line between sounding deferential and fawning like a lamb.

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Many otherwise skilled managers subtly belittle their employees. Here are some common ways that supervisors unintentionally hurt the feelings of their subordinates.

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Work with each employee to identify five metrics that you’ll use to evaluate performance.

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These three questions will lead to a more meaningful performance review.

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Physical exercise strengthens your cardiovascular health, but here are some ways it is also good for the brain.

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How to respond to irksome co-workers.

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In the absence of trust, individual needs will trump group goals. See if you know the trouble signs of diminishing team cooperation.

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It’s easy to manage people when everyone’s happy and free of office politics. But conditions are rarely so rosy.

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