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Leaders & Managers

From the nitty gritty of daily management to addressing your aspirations of leadership, this section for leaders & managers tells you how to make strong leadership decisions, build effective teams, delegate and stay above the everyday management muddle.

Get tips, strategies, tool and advice on: performance reviews, preventing workplace violence, best-practices leadership, team building, leadership skills, people management and management training.

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If employees are totally blindsided by poor reviews or terminations, they are much more likely to file lawsuits. But if workers receive coaching and progressive discipline, they’ll see the bad news coming a mile away, and they’ll have little reason or motivation to play the legal card. Follow this seven-step method whenever giving negative feedback:
Q. I just accepted a midlevel manager job. Yesterday, I met with a senior vice president who I’ll have to work with regularly. He said, “I don’t suffer fools gladly.” I interpreted that as arrogant, especially given his pompous tone. How do you cope with fools like this?
Q. My boss refuses to let me run an internal training program. He insists on wasting money on an outside consultant because he thinks this “expert” knows more than I do. I’m furious. Any advice on what I should do next?
Surround yourself with people who are smarter than you. The return on investment will be extraordinary.
Golf legend Arnold Palmer recalled half a dozen close rounds and playoffs in the 1960s and 1970s he could have won if he’d kept the killer instinct that won him the U.S. Open at Cherry Hills in 1960.
Allowing grievances to go unaddressed can hurt employee morale and productivity.
“It’s important to question your own assumptions before you try to communicate a message to others.”
Kate Brodock, co-founder and CEO of Women 2.0, has learned a few lessons she’d like to pass on.
Texaco CEO Peter Bijur made a big decision: He agreed to sell the company to Chevron. But his response to the deal proved his undoing.
As a leader, your words carry immense weight. Even a seemingly minor comment can unexpectedly make a major impact.
Performance reviews are an excel­lent time to exchange important information with employees. But to be effective, there must be a genuine exchange.
“I can’t hang with the guys (I’m the boss, after all), but I also can’t seem to influence their behavior. What do I do?”
During the final testing of Apple’s PowerBook, Anthony Soohoo discovered a small flaw that could harm its performance.
More than your employees, more than your vendors and investors, and more than your customers, you and your behavior on social media are the online embodiment of your company’s brand.
Make your internship program a win-win for both the intern and your company.
As the first woman to lead a major bank in Australia, Gail Kelly has developed a down-to-earth leadership philosophy.
Gary Cohn had a dream. But he needed to lie to attain it.
It’s counterintuitive, but CEOs who befriend their rivals may do better than those who don’t.
Wander far and wide, to several different aspects of your business, if your destination is the corner office.
Do you have current job descriptions for every position on your team? If they're more than six months old, you may have a lot to gain by updating them.
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