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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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When you oversee hundreds of employees, it’s tough to ensure they all understand the organizational mission. That’s why you need to personalize your communication so that it sinks in.
When you lead a team full of em­­ployees who feel a sense of responsibility for reaching the organization’s goals, productivity and performance improve. Tips to encourage employees to act like they run the place.
By deciphering clues from their words and their eyes, you can vastly improve your communication with them.
Even the smartest, most diligent leaders fall into traps that can stymie their performance. They may not realize that their actions or behavior can work against them. Steer clear of these four common traps.
It’s hard enough to effectively communicate with the people you see every day in the office. So how do you do it when your co-workers are spread across the globe? Use this advice.
It’s worth pulling alongside drifting employees to discuss how to get more wind in their sails. Here’s how to do it.
Without realizing it, you may be reacting to good per­­form­­ance in ways that discourage employ­­ees from repeating the achievement.
We’re all subject to lapses that make us look unprofessional. Here are seven reminders of what to avoid.
The problem for many managers who are hesitant to allow telecommuting is that they have no way of knowing if employees are actually working. Follow these tips to ease that concern.
Furniture retailers took a hit in 2009 when the economy fizzled. As competitors scraped to survive, Art Van Furniture—a Michigan-based regional chain—hired Kim Yost as CEO to help it weather the storm. Yost hit the ground running.
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