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After one year in her new job, Mary was ostracized by her bosses. They ignored her memos, gave the best assignments to others and didn’t invite her to staff meetings.
Much of the conventional wisdom regarding leadership development is wrong, says Morgan W. McCall Jr., author of High Flyers: Developing the Next Generation of Leaders.
Most employees think their companies do not take full advantage of their biggest asset: the intelligence of their people.
It’s always great to tell one of my managers that I’m giving him a promotion. We talk pay, office size, staffing—all that fun stuff.
Hundreds of books exist on motivational skills and team dynamics. But The Truth About Burnout doesn’t try to give you rosy formulas on how to be a warm, fuzzy manager of a happy, blissful office.
You already know the topics you cannot discuss at work: personal disabilities, marital status, lifestyle, pregnancies and the like. But beyond these basics, there are other types of verbal slip-ups that can prove costly.
I was shifted into a management job three months after starting my new position, but I’m not earning the pay I deserve.
You can talk a good game, but if you want others to listen to you, jazz up your remarks.
In a survey of 906 large firms by the American Management Association, 35 percent said they monitor their workers by recording their phone calls and voice mail, inspecting their computer files or even videotaping them on the job.
Career coaches claim that by helping you to burnish your image and plot your next move, they’ll guide you to a happier state. But at an hourly rate of $75–$150, what do you get?
There’s an old rule of thumb that says line managers should always make 10 percent more than anyone reporting to them.
Executives used to sign “employment contracts” that bound them to an employer for a set number of years.
Career advancers look beyond the organizational chart to identify the true power structures within their company.
Just because change is a constant in today’s workplace doesn’t mean employees like it.
In 1946 and fresh out of the Army, Harold Burson started a public relations firm. The rest is history.
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