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No BS Management Advice
Hiring beginners often has challenges to a manager's time. Here, I was asked when to stop spoon feeding staff.
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As a manager, as a leader, one of your responsibilities is to develop your team. You can't do that when you're on autopilot.
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Chris Tuff and I discuss managing Millennials, the largest cohort in the workplace. We start by acknowledging they are not one monolithic group and go from there.
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Have you ever been in a situation where you and your boss had a different idea about how to handle something? This is how to deal with it.
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Have you ever sat in a meeting where everyone agrees and then are shocked to find out the idea didn't pan out? How did that happen?
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"I have two employees that usually leave work at 6 pm. They are good, but I don’t like that their commitment lasts for work hours only. What should I do as a CEO?"
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Whether you are a new manager or a senior manager, you are shooting yourself in the foot if these words ever come out of your mouth.
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Who do you pay attention to at your firm? Who SHOULD you pay attention to at your firm. Here's some more No BS Management Advice
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Managers I have worked with will complain about how their teams offer nothing in the way of advice or input as to how to do things better. That's because the environment wins!
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