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Training Managers into Role Models

Is there a way to train managers to model appropriate, considerate behavior to those working under them? What do you do to encourage mannerly managers?

Does Every Department Need a Boss?

Today, many, if not most, companies have been downsized so that departments in which the boss is a participant, rather than just a planner, are much more common. In this kind of arrangement, is it still appropriate and necessary to have one person known as the boss?

Managing Slacker Work Teammates

Do you make accountability easy for work teams, or do you suspect slackers (maybe even the boss!) are going undetected?

What Workplace Trends Are You Thankful For?

Consider doing a quick e-mail survey to see what your employees are most grateful for. It might tell you something about your company’s strengths and weaknesses.

Are Expectations Too High for Women Execs?

How do you ensure women job candidates and employees are held to the same standards as men candidates and employees, and how can you teach women to not hold themselves to detrimentally exacting standards?

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