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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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A spring cleaning can work wonders for both morale and environment.
Key to the success of NASA’s Apollo 11 moon landing was an unassuming black woman named Katherine Johnson.
“I’ve always thought that time management comes down to the choices that you make, and the process has to be intentional.”
Even true leaders sometimes have their dreams deferred.
Yes, your employees have jobs to do. But there’s no reason why you couldn’t put a little zing into their daily grind to keep up morale.
In a diverse workplace, you may make repeated attempts to get four generations of employees to work together seamlessly. Good luck with that.
Some people are fine with imposing on you and don’t see it as inconsiderate or rude. If you don’t put an end to the behavior, it may continue.
As you work to build a team, keep these points in mind.
When you think you’re done, always do one more thing.
If you run a growing organization, it’s easy to detach yourself from support-level employees. But losing touch with the front lines can come at a cost.
When Robin Hayes took over JetBlue in early 2015, he imposed a series of controversial changes.
It’s simple. If you are unable to connect to people on a basic level, you won’t be a good leader.
You’ve got to talk a walk you can walk.
When you hit rock bottom, it’s tempting to cut your losses and give up, to drag out plan B and settle for something different than success. But resilient leaders find that perseverance pays off.
“I said, ‘Please tell me why we can’t do this. I’m all ears.’”
Goal-setting focuses energies, opens lines of communication and keeps everyone on track. That's where an IPP comes in.
Yemeksepeti CEO Nevzat Aydin decided to distribute $27 million of the proceeds from his company’s sale to 114 of his employees.
When a manager gets wind that someone views her as a bully, evaluating the charge oftentimes isn’t cut and dry.
Q: I’ve got a perfectly good employee with one annoying habit: He’s chronically late for meetings. I’ve repeatedly asked him why. I get excuses, not answers. I’ve started to disinvite him to meetings, but then he complains that he’s left out. Help!
Relentless curiosity has propelled Leslie Wexner’s career—and made him a billionaire.
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