Office Management

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When someone or something breaks your concentration, you can react one of two ways: stay broken or resume your work.
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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 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.
Goad employees to play devil’s advocate when they propose ideas.
A trainer or consultant prepares to explain a complicated procedure to you. Now’s the time to get out a notepad and concentrate fully.
Faced with a bad situation, Wax Works record stores managed to make it even worse, and paid a big price. One of Wax Works' store managers, Kerry Ogden, had compiled ...
If employees keep asking for more money or making unrealistic demands, don’t feel you must give a different answer each time.
With workers who won’t mistake your order for a request, strike a positive note.