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Turn your team into amateur sleuths.
If you use e-mail to communicate with employees, set the right example: Only send messages on safe, noncontroversial matters.
The problem often afflicts globe-trotting sales managers and account reps who rush from meeting to meeting. Solution: Give your employees the gift of cable.
You’re a hotshot. You get things done and rarely make mistakes. But even though you don’t screw up often, you’re human.
With upwards of 40,000 computer viruses lurking out there, you need to coach your team to play strong defense.
Today’s two most popular computer utilities programs—Norton System
Works and McAfee Nuts & Bolts—promise the same protection.
If your eyes are tired or watery after a stint on your computer, glare may be the hidden cause.
In the July issue, we suggested Jump.com as a useful Web site to help
you manage a project team. Another effective tool is Yahoo! Messenger,
a free instant messaging service (messenger.yahoo.com).
Don’t rush to open humorous messages that coworkers e-mail to you.
If you’re buried in paperwork, alert your employees not to copy you in on everything.