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Employees Aren't Practice Dummies for Testing Management Styles

Even if you don't have formal managerial training, your employees deserve a competent manager

If you don’t manage people well, they will find someone else who will.According to The Mercury News, Americans are quitting their jobs at the highest rate in 16 years. In January alone, 2.2 percent of the entire American workforce either left in ...

by Drew McLellan  | August 03, 2017 08:00:00
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3 signs it's time to fire the boss

A management change can define long-term company goals and culture

Fox News Channel recently found itself making headlines when Andrea Tantaros, host of “The Five” and “Outnumbered,” filed a lawsuit alleging that her boss, Fox News’ then-chairman Roger Ailes, had sexually harassed her. Other female hosts at the cable network, including Gretchen Carlson, quickly ...

by Cris Burnam  | October 20, 2016 05:00:00
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Fixing problems with mid-level managers can fix everything

Communication is the key to any relationship, more so in professional ones

There’s a bad relationship trickle-down effect happening between leaders in companies. A study by Vanderbilt University published in January 2015 found that when mid-level managers don’t have a good working relationship with their boss, the effects are felt down the line from senior leaders to ...

by Thuy and Milo Sindell  | July 22, 2016 06:00:00
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Invest in growth: Your employees' growth, that is

Because too many leaders forget about the raw talent of the young rookies.

Warren Moon, Jim Kelly, and Dan Marino were some of the best quarterbacks to ever play the game, yet they never received the Vince Lombardi trophy. That is because it takes more than just seasoned players to make a winning team.As a ...

by Brook Price  | March 03, 2016 01:00:00
Startup Tips

7 caustic management behaviors to avoid

Change these behaviors to avoid losing your top performers.

The number one reason employees leave a company is because of poor management, period. And most anyone who's ever worked can relate to that statement. Each time I've left a position, the reason hasn't been because of low pay or poor benefits. Instead, I left ...

by Beth Miller  | February 03, 2016 07:00:00
Run & Grow

6 ways to improve your management style

Improve your management style, whether you're an old hat or a novice.

Whether you’re just starting out as a manager or you’ve enjoyed considerable success over the years in management positions across a wide swath of sectors, the ever-shifting work landscape and the generational shift of workers entering it mean that what worked effectively one year ...

by Entrepreneur Staff  | July 02, 2015 01:00:00
Business Ideas

4 free online tools for your business

Save on expensive business software with these precious finds online.

Despite the numerous ways Internet moguls are able to monetize what people consume online, there are still a handful of useful online tools (aside from Google Docs and Skype) available for free—collaboration platforms, customer generation tools, data recovery systems, among others. Most ...

by Lorela U. Sandoval  | June 13, 2012 10:00:00
Business Ideas

22 questions to ask during exit interviews

Knowing why they resign can help you develop a better human resource aspect

Resignations present companies an opportunity to acquire information about systems and policies that often can’t be obtained in ordinary situationsTo an employee, resigning from a company could mean simply lying low from a current job or stepping up to a higher career ...

by Entrepreneur Staff  | September 16, 2011 04:00:00
Business Ideas

Enhance your staff's effectiveness with transformational coaching

Coaching guru Thomas G. Crane differentiates a coach from a boss, and brings to Manila a new concept of creating a high-performance work environment

There are probably hundreds of books on coaching available in local bookstores, coaching guru Thomas G. Crane of the United States said during a recent visit to Manila, but he says only The Heart of Coaching, the book he co-authored with Lerissa ...

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