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59 that save you time: Admin tech tips to maximize your workday
February 21, 2016
Joan and I started at this company at the same time. I wouldn't call her a close friend, but we did eat lunch together sometimes and I knew her job was a lot like mine --- lots of interruptions because too many bosses wanted too many things. I had thought we were moving at about the same pace career-wise, but a few months ago she started acting like she was eating steroids for breakfast every morning. And then, smack in the middle of tough times, she got promoted. And I exploded. Read More

Avoid 'talented terrors': Hire for attitude
February 22, 2016
"If you don't have a good attitude, we don't want you, no matter how skilled you are. We can change skill levels through training. We can't change attitude." --- Herb Kelleher, Founder, Southwest Airlines. A study by Leadership IQ found that 46% of new hires are either fired or disciplined within their first 18 months. And in a staggering 89% of those cases, the reason for the action isn't incompetence, but attitude: poor motivation, bad temperament, or emotional issues. Read More

What keeps you up at night?
February 23, 2016
Are you concerned that your employees aren't motivated? Worried about hanging on to your most talented performers -- and finding new ones? Perhaps you're bothered by the negative attitudes of a few workers, or even your overall workplace culture. These are problems -- real ones. And as a management professional, it's up to YOU to solve them. But just as you can't do everything all by yourself at work, you can't have ALL the answers to EVERY management problem you and your supervisors face. Read More

Small words, big results
February 24, 2016
The little things we say---or don't say---can make a big difference in employee morale and productivity. Which of these do you use, or don't use? Read More

Racial remarks? Respond quickly and forcefully
Februrary 25, 2016
As a manager, it's your responsibility to ensure that none of your people behave in a way that diminishes the sense of mutual respect and dignity in your unit. That's what insensitive racial remarks do. From jokes, to ridicule or innuendo, comments made at the expense of a person's individuality are inappropriate in the workplace. In response to such behavior, you can't respond with a weak chuckle, or by pretending you didn't hear. You need to respond forcefully: Read More

Mastering the 3 most important motions in meetings
February 27, 2016
Many boards struggle with learning the basics of Robert's Rules of Order. Susan Leahy, MA, CSP, encourages you to slow down the learning process and start with what she calls the 3 Most Important Motions. By learning how to make and vote on each of these motions first, you will exponentially improve your board's effectiveness. These three motions are used the most, and unfortunately, are also the ones that are misused the most. Read More

Stop drama from upstaging productivity
February 28, 2016
"And the Oscar for best dramatic performance by a team member in a supporting role goes to ... ." Got someone on your staff whose flair for the theatrical could rival Cate Blanchett? When this aspiring diva is oversharing vivid details of her latest marital crisis, loudly lamenting a new company policy, or turning the search for a lost document into a Mission Impossible-style hunt, the one thing she isn't doing is her job. And worse yet, the person wastes everyone else's time and energy, too. Read More

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