Set Your Workplace Goals High

Many managers are apprehensive in their approach to goal setting. On the one hand, they know that goals should address the most important challenges facing their organizations. On the other hand, they know that those challenges will be, by definition, difficult and risky

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Engage—Don’t Enrage!

Who wants to work for a lame boss? And yet, a lot of us do. In fact, Gallup found that most employees who moved on from a company said they did so because of their boss, not their actual job. Yep. And get this: Poorly managed companies are 50% less productive and 44% less profitable than well-managed groups.

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A Bridge To Cross the Gender Divide: Managing the gender issue in the workforce

Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In (an honest, perspective-inducing, good oratory for every man) has been in the spotlight lately based on her polarizing opinions regarding women and their will to lead. I have come to the conclusion that even though she makes what some would call uncomfortable statements about the gender divide in the workplace, she kind of has to. […]

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