Office Management

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Leading a team meeting? The worst way to start off is to ask everyone to introduce themselves and include their titles.
The number of employees who work from home is fast approaching the number of home-based self-employed.
You already know not to judge people based on their accent, skin color, gender and so on.
You probably like to review lots of information before you make an important business decision. But how do you know when you’ve accumulated enough data to issue a final ruling?

Issue speaking invitations

by on September 1, 1997 3:30pm
in Office Management

Whenever you meet executives with whom you’d like to build rapport, invite them to address your staff.

Called on the carpet?

by on September 1, 1997 3:30pm
in Office Management

Don’t lose confidence or question your abilities.

Managing a micromanager

by on September 1, 1997 3:30pm
in Office Management

I’m a VP at a small firm. The president and COO is a micromanager. But it is not that he micromanages me—he triangulates (i.e., he goes to others below me, my direct subordinates) and has them do things for him.
I am a technical assistant. My supervisor misunderstood the tone of an e-mail I sent her, where I was questioning a decision she made. She became very angry.
I need to get something off my chest. Just because I control a company doesn’t make me some evil corporate monster.

Question your boss

by on September 1, 1997 3:00pm
in Office Management

If your manager acts in a way that is offensive or upsetting to you, don’t adopt an accusatory or self-righteous tone.
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