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Understanding the difference between criticism and constructive feedback is vital to anyone who desires to be an effective manager.
The first can cause bruised egos and an atmosphere of negativity. The second can help people learn, grow, and improve both their work products and career.
Which is the standard in your company? If there’s room for improvement, now is the time to start and the place to start is with this quick read.
Do you know what you don’t know? It’s a bit of a conundrum, but wise business leaders know the limits of their knowledge and seek advice when they run up against those limits.
On the other hand, as Elvis sang, fools rush in and make ill-advised, hasty decisions.
Fortunately, understanding the limits of your expertise and in fact, growing beyond your current limits is not impossible and in this concise article, we explain your critical first steps.
New York Governor Cuomo’s resignation showed us how charges of sexual harassment can bring down one of the most powerful politicians in the United States. If that’s so, imagine what similar charges could do to you and your company.
This makes it imperative that you have the proper policies and systems in place to not only handle sexual harassment allegations but create a safe and productive company culture.
This doesn’t happen by accident. It happens with thoughtful planning and the eight strategies outlined here.
Duh. It’s a word we say all the time when we miss something that suddenly seems so obvious.
It’s no biggie if you’re playing a board game with friends, but when you’re running a business, being blind to an obvious problem can cause serious problems.
Why do our minds fail to notice the obvious? What can we do to fix this dilemma? Well, the first thing you can do is read this article and get the understanding and communication tools you need to turn things around.
Are you ready to make your business boom? In this Manager’s Minute, we’ve pulled together four tips that are indispensable to business growth in today’s economy and commercial environment.
If there’s any doubt in your mind about your current rate of growth or your ability for success in the future, click here and make the principles embodied in these four tips part of your company’s DNA.
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