Office Management

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You spout lots of reasons why your proposal makes sense. Bad move.
With the holidays approaching, perhaps you’re preparing to send cards to your bosses, peers and employees.
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You want your employees to operate at peak productivity. But between their griping and dallying, you wind up settling for a halfhearted effort.
During the economic downturn, organizations of all sizes are making do with less.
If you wish to convey a series of unrelated but critically important points, ideas or to-do items, don’t bunch them together in one memo or e-mail.

Just say yes to boss

by on October 1, 2001 5:30pm
in Office Management

Here’s the conventional wisdom: Never conceal your deficiencies from your boss. Admit what you don’t know. Say, “I’ll need help with that.”
One of the worst mistakes of hungry managers is to tackle huge initiatives that get bogged down and never produce results. Our advice: Think small.
When a co-worker or employee does a favor for you, write a thank-you note. In just two or three sentences, express how much you admire the effort and convey your appreciation.
Keep setbacks in perspective.