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Leaders Should Never Do

4 Things Leaders Should Never Do

Leaders Should Never DoYou may be so laser focused on the things you should do as a leader, that you may not notice the things you are doing that you should not be.

It’s always great to aspire to how you can improve as a boss to better your team’s morale and productivity, but it is just as important to consider things you may be doing that are hindering those benefits, and take steps to stop it.

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3 Quick Tips On Running Effective Competitor Analysis

Technology Internet BusinessThe key to getting ahead in business is to stay ahead of the competition.

If are not staying on top of what products your competitors are releasing, what prices they are setting and what initiatives they are spearheading, how do you know if you are duplicating something unknowingly, or not being innovative enough? Learn More

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5 Quick Tips On Making Your Business Card More Attractive

Confident businesswoman handing

A business card is just a small piece of paper, but it can mean the difference between landing an important client or making a vital connection or not.

Although the wording and the layout of these documents are typically pretty standard, read this article to consider how to perfect your business card. Learn More

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The 3 Most Common Reasons For High Employee Turnover (And How To Reduce It…)

Staff turnover vector sketchFew things are as disruptive to a business’s success than valuable employees leaving the nest.

As the leader, you then have the option to promote other staff members that may not be as qualified, or start a long search for a suitable replacement. Learn More

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How The Worst Managers Destroy Office Progress

businessman in stressA manager’s primary purpose is to encourage productivity, efficiency and progress in the office.

This position doesn’t only require the work to get done, but also to create and inspire staff to create processes and ways to generate creativity and innovation. Learn More

Social Media And Connections

5 Interpersonal Skills ALL Effective Managers Need

Social Media And ConnectionsWhen new managers are appointed, employers often evaluate their technical skills or industry-related experience before hiring them.

However, managers need other valuable skills to effectively lead teams to do their jobs, as well. Learn More

Delegate

Apply These 5 Principles For Better Delegation

DelegateDelegation is an ability that is not innate to every person.

Managers are often overwhelmed with their responsibilities, but don’t quite have the necessary skills to hand down assignments to their employees. Learn More

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3 Quick Tips On Adopting An Open Door Policy

Businessman walking through a doorMany people prefer a silent place to gather their thoughts when they work.

This is why most companies create offices for their managers, allowing them to have their own spaces. Learn More

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What Inspiration Can You Take From These Companies?

The sky is the limit road signGreat managers should dedicate the time to find inspiration on how to improve working conditions and work culture for employees. The more content and appreciated your staff members feel, the better they will perform at their jobs, and the more loyal they will be. This will result in better employee retention and work output. A great tactic to use to improve your workplace is to pay attention to notable companies around the world that are striving to make their offices and work cultures better. Read about the most interesting companies and their ideas below. Learn More

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3 Effective Ways To Reprimand Employees Without Causing Conflict

manager with unhappy teamWhen managing a team of individuals, supervisors are the ones responsible for making sure that employees are conducting themselves professionally, and working efficiently and ethically. When staff members act accordingly and follow all the rules, managers may praise them and reward them. Learn More

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The Six Thinking Hats Infographic

We’ve all heard of the Edward De Bono’s Six Thinking Hats haven’t we? Well, we should hope you have! In this infographic we are going to revisit these 6 learning styles and asess how you can use them in your role.We’ve all heard of the Learn More