Managing People at Work

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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You manage a group of talented people who operate in an environment that’s almost always stressful. If they make just one mistake, it can lead to costly consequences. Occasionally, an employee loses it. You need to impose calm while letting the hothead blow off steam.

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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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