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In staff meetings, go around the room and ask each participant, “What are the top three things you’re working on this week?"
Be fair, open and consistent.
You’re prowling the job market for leads, but you’re not ready to tell your current employer that you’re thinking of leaving. Here’s how to proceed.
An aggressive boss asks you to explain a “screw-up” or justify your “bad judgment.” Don’t rush to defend yourself.
Many readers tell us they’re spending more time managing diverse teams.
When you can’t afford outside training or fear it would be a waste, train in-house.
An interview with Dee Hock, founder and CEO emeritus of Visa International, now a $1.25 trillion global business
Many supervisors take worker bees for granted—until they quit in
bunches and the race is on to hire and train new people. If this
pattern sounds familiar, break it.
Elizabeth Bellaver, a manager at a manufacturing plant, consistently earned excellent job evaluations. But her supervisor noted problems with her ...
Vendors, customers and employees had complained about Jane Sturdivan, a 59-year-old office manager. But her fate was sealed when a 24-year-old office accountant ...