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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.

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

Exceed Expectations

by on February 1, 2000 5:30pm
in Leaders & Managers

When sharing your results, begin with the initial company expectation and show how you exceeded it.

Reach out

by on February 1, 2000 5:30pm
in Leaders & Managers

Make sure your workers have access to you by giving them several ways to express opinions, ask questions or make suggestions.

Cull pending files

by on February 1, 2000 5:30pm
in Leaders & Managers

Use budgeting to advance your corporate goals and motivate your employees.
Consider your audience before you resort to trendy management terms.
Promoting lower-level employees to supervisory roles, even if it's on a temporary or "acting" basis, can backfire if you fail to educate them on their new legal responsibilities. That's what happened ...
The Export-Import Bank reassigned several employees in the early 1990s, and Regina Brown wasn't happy about it. The 50-year-old black senior loan officer filed suit, claiming her transfer to what ...
If you were watching the U.S. Labor Department last month, you might have whiplash from its quick turnaround on policy guidance regarding an employer's responsibility for the safety of employee home ...
When setbacks occur, all eyes turn to you for leadership. Deep down, you’re panicking. But on the outside you’re tough as nails. During troubled times, you must restore employees’ faith in the future.
Some managers invest thousands of dollars on motivational seminars to make employees care more about their jobs. What a waste. Most employees will motivate themselves— if you let them.