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Fire To Save Your Business

One of the biggest mistakes a manager can make is not letting people go until the ship is already sinking. Laziness is seeping all throughout the workplace, and you know how frustrating and discouraging this is when your team doesn’t have your back… or any excitement for the business. Hours. Money. Talent. All wasted. People want to work for good […]

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Help Your New Employees To Get A Grip

What’s the number one perk of getting that new job? Panic attacks. You’ve got a new employee, David, on the scene, stepping into a new position, and he feels like he is in over his head—barely hanging on, questioning why he wanted the new position. He mulls over in his head how would rather be comfortable with his old position […]

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Prioritize 101: Why Are Things Not Getting Done?

If we’re really honest with ourselves, not everything gets completely checked off our to-do lists. It’s not because we are incapable, sluggish, or unproductive—our daily workload sometimes exceeds the allotted time and priority plays a major role in what gets done first. As a manager, you’re not only overseeing your list of priorities, you are keeping other people on track with […]

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Competition and Collaboration: Finding a Balance

In the marketplace, competition is a natural tendency, and the “every man for himself” mentality emerges. Although competition fosters quick thinking, critical problem solving, and ambition, it can be detrimental when this external competition begins to internalize. But, it’s necessary and vital in the business world between competitive companies. However, as manager, you must be aware of when this combative […]

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