Leaders & Managers

From the nitty gritty of daily management to addressing your aspirations of leadership, this section for leaders & managers tells you how to make strong leadership decisions, build effective teams, delegate and stay above the everyday management muddle.

Get tips, strategies, tool and advice on: performance reviews, preventing workplace violence, best-practices leadership, team building, leadership skills, people management and management training.

Page 30 of 946« First...1020...293031...405060...Last »

Stepping into a management role is exciting and scary all at the same time. While leading others is extremely rewarding, it’s also challenging—especially if you make these rookie mistakes.

In early 2011, Ofra Strauss was enjoying life at the top. She ran Israeli food maker Strauss Group, a global company with revenues of $1.8 billion. But then an unemployed young man started criticizing the company on Facebook for pricing its chocolates too high ...

In 2011, Brian Chesky’s luck ran out. For nearly three years, the company he had co-founded, Airbnb, had grown into a global giant. Then crisis struck.

When you’re running a fast-growing company, you need to get along with your board of directors. As Yishan Wong discovered, failing to win over board members can backfire.
When your actions frustrate employees, it lowers their productivity, morale and motivation. That ultimately hurts the bottom line, so you should do everything in your power to avoid annoying them. Here are five things you should stop doing now.
When you are overwhelmed with work, you may unknowingly take your stress out on your employees. You become more demanding, curt or rude. However, no matter how stressed out, frazzled or overwhelmingly busy you are, you still have to be a great boss. Follow these tips to do just that.
Some airlines are now selling in-flight data packages instead of providing unlimited Wi-Fi at a flat rate, reports Runway Girl Network contributing writer Paul Thompson.
It's the flaw nobody really thinks they have—an inability to delegate effectively. Here's how to do it right.
Most business travelers (88%) consider their trips successful. According to an industry survey, three factors make for a good business trip: the number of meetings, the length of stay and how early you book the trip.
Grazer, 64, has learned over his three decades in the film business to avoid acting bossy. He has found that telling people what to do risks triggering their resistance. That’s why he prefers asking questions rather than issuing commands.
Page 30 of 946« First...1020...293031...405060...Last »