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Situational leadership changes depending on the type of leadership (direction and support) each of your employee’s needs. Emotional leadership is based more on the theory of emotional intelligences and relates to the situation at hand.
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Want to create an instant retaliation claim after an employee says she lost out on a promotion because of discrimination? Just let a supervisor or manager react angrily to the accusation. It’s dangerous for managers to make any negative comments in the wake of what an employee says was discrimination. Bosses must learn to hold their tongues ...
In 1976, Betsy Bernard worked as a summer intern at AT&T. About 26 years later, she became the company’s president.
How carefully do you maintain your company’s personnel files? If they are a mess and don’t include relevant information such as applications, set aside time now to straighten them out! Courts are increasingly ordering employers being sued for discrimination to turn over any arguably related files ...
You face a pivotal moment in your career with long odds of success. The pressure's on and you need to perform at your best. Remember the 3 P's.
Take Holiday Inn founder Kemmons Wilson's advice on how to put your ego in check.
Many companies design succession plans so they can spot the next generation of leaders early and develop current employees to their full potential. But if everyone tapped for special treatment comes from the same race or gender—or the chosen group excludes older workers or the disabled—employers may find themselves facing discrimination litigation ...
Reason: Identity fraud is rising fastest in rural areas of the Midwest and West, according to a new report by ID Analytics.
Bill George, CEO of Medtronic, learned a critical but often overlooked truth about leadership: Holding people accountable drives success.
It's tempting to hide a costly error, but good managers know that the most serious harm rarely results from the mistake itself, but by the subsequent denial or cover up.
Perhaps you've heard the term "servant leadership." By serving your employees, you enhance your stature.