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Your employees want a more casual work environment, but you feel this looks unprofessional to clients.
Some managers hire temps and then pray that the newcomers don’t get too far behind or make too many mistakes. But there’s a better way.
If your company’s leaders welcome and reward smart input from employees, take them up on it.
You earn credibility by doing what you say you’re going to do and proving your skills and abilities. The more you can show that you’re a reliable, knowledgeable asset, the faster you’ll rise to the top.
You can’t help it. Without trying, you form opinions of others. When managing your staff, the big question becomes, “Are my impressions correct?”
Savvy managers have exceptional “b.s. detectors.” They usually know when someone is lying to them, and this insight give them a more accurate sense of an individual’s character.
With all the hoopla about the benefits of teams, it’s easy to forget that some situations call for individual effort rather than group collaboration.
A new study shows that small businesses are hurt the most, on a per worker basis, by internal fraud.
When you’re checking on an employee’s progress, phrase your remarks so that you assume he’s doing fine.
Get them thinking and contributing by asking, “Has anyone found a really effective way to...?”