Some CEOs talk more than they listen. They bark orders, tell self-aggrandizing stories and show off their knowledge. True leaders prefer to extract knowledge from others. They ask questions in a friendly, engaging manner.
Leaders & Managers
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When training supervisors how to conduct performance appraisals, warn them to avoid these seven mistakes that can taint the evaluation process.
In less than a decade, once power-house Blackberry lost 95% of value. The reason is largely blamed on a lack of communication from the ground up. Employees didn’t share information, and management never fully realized the extent of the company’s problems. Make sure you follow these tips to avoid a breakdown like Blackberry experienced.
Carli Lloyd was sick of losing. At age 21, she considered quitting soccer after being cut from the U.S. under-21 team. “I’m a winner, and I want to go out there and win,” she said ...