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Your employees tell you how their latest projects are going. You nod and accept their reports at face value. Risky move.
When you’re accepting a new job, there’s more at stake than pay. Consider how much paid leave you get.
You make a mistake and your bosses notice.
New managers often regard the most talkative, confident employees as the most intelligent members of the team. That can be a faulty assumption.
When someone or something breaks your concentration, you can react one of two ways: stay broken or resume your work.
Want to know what your staffers think of you? Ask them to complete the “Improve Your Boss” survey on ImproveNow.com.
You need to get colleagues in other departments to help you tackle projects, but they rarely seem interested. It’s the same pattern: You ask for help and they either dither or refuse. Here’s how to guide them to become more willing team players.
You can make insightful observations all day long. But the way you deliver them determines whether your bosses listen.
You wind up putting out fires all day, not coaching or leading. You’re
spread so thin that you rarely have time to praise fine work, ask smart
questions or serve as a sounding board for ideas.
If you’re running a meeting, log every assigned task, with deadlines.