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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.

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Consider making a new employee’s first day at work a culture-only affair.
Mark Murphy has advised on the hiring processes at hundreds of companies—and in doing so, has slowly revealed commonalities among job candidates when they speak during interviews.
Most change efforts—70% in fact—fail, usually because of botched communication.

Team management wants to pay a football star a crazy number of millions of dollars per year, but his agent would like just a smidgen of an increase over that already astronomical amount, or the man with the golden arm walks. How many times have you shaken your head over the greed displayed in a situation like this? But if you were that football player, you’d likely make a similar demand.

Seeking to reduce employee injuries, Paul Anderson sought ideas from his top safety official who declared, “It’s your fault.”
Holding onto anger can eat away at your well-being. Even if someone upsets you, choose how to respond. And remember that time is a master healer.
In two experiments led by Christopher Oveis of the University of California at San Diego, high-status individuals had different laughs than low-status individuals, and strangers could tell the difference.
“The lesson is you have to find people that you trust who will guide you.”
As I write this, the local pro football team is engaged in a familiar dance with an emerging star: Management wants to pay him a certain crazy number of millions of dollars per year, but his agent would like just a smidgen of an increase over that already astronomical amount, thank you very much, or the man with the golden arm walks. How many times have you shaken your head over the greed displayed in a situation like this? But if you were that football player, you’d likely make a similar demand.
Employees whose pay is just above minimum wage usually have trouble connecting their tasks with the big picture. And that disconnection is often at the root of their lack of motivation.
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