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Category: Bosses
1) Try to find a career path for the job you are in. What is the next logical promotion or job that would give you greater responsibilities if you do your job well? Is it higher paying, does it have more responsibilities? If there is no career path and you are ambitious, you may realize that you are in a dead-end job
24.02.2017
 
Most of us get an occasional streak of perfectionism. A little of it can be fine. But it can be a real problem if you often get it in your head that whatever you are doing must be completely right, and if it's not, it's completely wrong. Perfectionism is not about doing a job to the best of your abilities. It is about trying to obtain the
24.02.2017
 
Conflict Resolution Management tangles important characteristics. It is a strong preventive tool to encounter and defuse potential conflicts. It brings efficient and applicable skills to cope with interpersonal clashes and business conflicts. It teaches how to manage collaborative negotiation
24.02.2017
 
It's time to debunk them and get your team on the right track. Myth: Individuals aren't responsible for the quality of their team experience because teamwork is a group skill.
24.02.2017
 
To lead people, walk beside them ... As for the best leaders, the people do not notice their existence. The next best, the people honor and praise. The next, the people fear; and the next, the people hate ... When the best leader's work is done the people say, "We did it ourselves!"
24.02.2017
 
Being “boss” sure is tough. What really makes it tough is that being the ”boss” you have two facts that are working both “for you” and “against you” at the same time. Yet these two relatively simple facts are what being boss is all about. And how you decide to play one fact against the other will make ALL the difference in your successes.
24.02.2017
 
To review: A) You’re the “boss.” B) The two simple facts are: 1) You make the rules; and 2) you enforce them. C) You can play one fact against the other ineffectively. D) When you play so that you’re not following the business plan, your operations suffer. E) What can you do to assure you play by the rules - your rules?
24.02.2017
 
To review: Successful bosses & business owners have systems of high accountability in their businesses called “structured autonomy” to bring about “outcome control.” And those with unstructured autonomy, well they breed chaos and lots of useless stress.
24.02.2017
 
So! Where were we? Oh Yeah... Performance Zones... My company has an interesting statement at the beginning of one of our web pages (http://www.coach.net/expect.htm) regarding what we expect from our clients. It starts out by saying, “First and
24.02.2017
 
Yes. I know we were going to talk about putting in a support structure to get you flying high in that “performance zone.” Before we get there, we need to take a side trip and talk about some fundamentals that make it all happen. So, let’s have a little fun here...
24.02.2017
 
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