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Tag: Management Advice


3 Reasons Why You Need to Listen to Your More Introverted Employees

April 2nd, 2020

By some estimates, about one in every four people is an introvert. Introverts build up their energy stores with alone time, and they expend energy when they interact with people. Introverts aren’t always “loners.” Most need and even enjoy social interaction; they simply approach it differently due to its demands on their mental and physical… Read more »

Delivering a Negative Performance Review

March 5th, 2020

The beginning of the calendar year is performance review season for many companies. While many managers have the opportunity to give positive reviews to every team member, others find themselves faced with delivering a negative review to at least one worker. Delivering negative performance reviews constructively can be difficult. Fortunately, it is also a skill… Read more »

How Much Is a Bad Hire Hurting Your Company?

April 17th, 2019

Making a bad hire does more than merely hurt the work done in one position. Poor hires have a ripple effect throughout an organization, causing damage beyond their own individual role in the organization. Here’s where a bad hire can hurt your organization: They’re Less Productive A hire who is a poor fit will struggle… Read more »

Could Your Job Posts Be Costing You The Best Candidates?

February 5th, 2019

Candidates who are serious about landing a job in their field read dozens of job postings from dozens of employers. In this context, it’s easy for a particular employer’s posting to get overlooked or forgotten if it’s written in a manner that doesn’t capture a job-seeker’s attention. Here are several best practices for creating a… Read more »

Five Secrets to Being a Likable Manager

May 22nd, 2015

Being a good boss isn’t about giving orders. That’s what a dictator does. An effective manager should to lead by example, show respect for his or her employees, and inspire subordinates to give their best efforts. It helps greatly if employees like their managers. It takes an incredibly rare individual to be unlikable but still… Read more »