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Even as the public continues to wonder: “What was he thinking?!”  It is clear that former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner has plenty of company in making social media mistakes (including a flight attendant, IBM employee, job applicant and a crime reporter, to name a few). As more workplaces are dealing with embarrassing—and legally risky—online behaviors, Business Management Daily new webinar provides answers to employers and HR departments on how they can protect themselves from social media mistakes, misjudgments and legal risks.
Jerry Seinfeld once pointed out, “If surveys show that Americans’  No. 1 fear is public speaking and their No. 2 fear is death… that means that at a funeral, the average American would rather be in the casket than doing the eulogy!”  All kidding aside, you can't let the fear of public speaking affect your ability to effectively sell your ideas. Instead, ask yourself, "What would Steve Jobs do?"
On a shoestring budget? No need to order up an expensive round of paintball to gain the benefits of proven team building exercises. A new report—17 Team Building Ideas from Business Management Daily—offers free, effective team building ideas you can choose from and try at your very next meeting.  Help your employees reach their state of optimal challenge and “flow” with this inspiring new report.
Supervisors and managers don’t need to become certified mediators to settle disputes and avoid lawsuits. They just need to understand some basics about human behavior and be aware that all employees bring their personal histories to the workplace. Good supervisors empower employees to resolve most disputes on their own, but also know when to step in to avoid potential legal issues. BMD's new free report explains how. 
See Business Management Daily’s new free report:10 Secrets to an Effective Performance Review:Examples and tips on employee performance evaluation, writing employee reviews, a sample performance review and employee evaluation forms
Business Management Daily, part of Capitol Information Group, has acquired the publishing assets of the Alexander Hamilton Institute, a New Jersey-based publisher founded in 1909.
David Letterman has come under fire recently for having sex with employees of his late-night CBS talk show. But while Letterman may be guilty of bad judgment (he’s unlikely to make any Top 10 Lists of good bosses), does his misbehavior rise to the level of sexual harassment?
Communication strategies help managers build productive teams. A recent study says that 40% of managers in the United States are considered “bad bosses” by their employees. Yet most managers assume that their relationships with their employees are running smoothly. Obviously, some of those bosses are wrong …
Without deadlines, employees flounder. They can’t be aware of the urgency or priorities of a project unless their supervisors tell them. Following are four tips to help supervisors set realistic deadlines for their employees:
Managers spend a good part of the workday listening to other people. But bear in mind, there’s a big difference between “passive” and “active” listening. In many cases, managers are too busy thinking about their response rather than listening to the employee’s full statement. In a business setting, this lack of attention can result in costly mistakes, wasted time, poor service and management failure.