The Management Blog
Tips & advice to help you improve your performance
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An effective leader can increase productivity and efficiency in the workplace, create a better corporate culture and dencrease a high employee turnover.
A conflict at work is inevitable at one time or another.
Whether it is between yourself and another employee or between other colleagues, different attitudes and opinions mean that a disagreement is bound to come up.
There are many reasons why you may need to transition a new employee into your team.
You may have let go of a staff member, they may have given notice, or you can have promoted an employee to a senior position, and need to fill that role.
The process of saying goodbye to one staff member while introducing another can be stressful not only for the manager, but for the entire team.
Additionally, it can hurt productivity and the company’s bottom line. Learn More
As a leader, you may encounter a situation where you experience conflict with an employee.
The modern paradigm of work is beginning to shift away from the 40-hour work week spent in a cubicle. With a new focus placed on the work produced instead of the work process, workers are beginning to demonstrate that offering flexible work arrangements can greatly benefit both the employee and the organisation as a whole.