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Just like most people have their own clothing style, so do all employers have their own leadership style. Although not everyone may be aware of what their style is, there are styles that benefit both the boss and the employee, and those that may need to be changed for everyone’s benefit. While most art...
As a manager, you likely know that your presence is required to empower your team to succeed. You’re one step ahead if you are involved in the daily workings of your department and keep up with face-to-face time with your staff. You also probably realise that the way you communicate with your staff mem...
At first glance, the title of this article may seem redundant, as you may believe that the terms leader and manager are synonyms. However, if you take a moment to think about it, can you come up with certain clear distinctions between the two? For example, when you conjure up a mental image of a [&hellip...
Every organisation needs to consider risks that can threaten its existence. From natural disasters to lawsuits to technology malfunctions, there are many factors that can influence a company’s productivity. Do you have insurance to cover these possible incidents; if so, do you have sufficient coverage?...
Once you have advanced to a leadership position, you have a choice to make: do you want to be a strong or weak manager? Remember that no position is guaranteed, and that as a boss, you must not only answer for your individual success, but the success of your group. That is largely determined by […...
It can be nerve-wracking to enter a new team as a manager while getting to know your employees and earning their respect. When your staff are older than you, the challenges can be even more overwhelming. Your staff can have many reservations about a young boss, possibly viewing you as inexperienced, enti...
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