Too many project managers suffer from a horrible workplace affliction: micromanagement. Whether you’re a perpetrator or a victim, understanding why people nitpick and how to communicate effectively is the best cure against this disease.
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What is sustained thinking and how does it benefit us? Thinking is an ability that we must nurture, grow, and use continuously.
Do you believe in something? What does your faith have to do with your emotions? You may be surprised to find that faith and emotion are tied together very closely!
Many companies are hopping on the remote workers train, even though there are some positions that just can’t be done remotely. Small businesses are beginning to hire employees that work remotely.
You may not be a natural born speaker, but as a small business owner this skill is important. Therefore, let’s share several tricks of the trade for those of you hoping to improve.
Do you find yourself drowning in work that you could have easily delegated to other members of your team? Why is it so hard to hand over tasks to others?
Researchers have determined that intellectual confidence is part of our DNA, proving again that what you think you know is overshadowed by what you believe about yourself.
Every successful operation must have a high performance team working seamlessly to reach the company’s goals. If you wish to truly become successful, then it’s time to put the work in.
In conversation with others about the subject, I find myself a contrarian. For some reason, I cannot shake the notion that we have replaced people in personnel, for humans in human resources, and now we call the endeavor just plain talent.
If I were to tell you that there is a factor for success that increases your ability to influence others and be more efficient, collaborate better with your team, and be more effective as a leader, would you be interested?
Whether for the purpose of instruction, direction or warning, we see and follow signs on a daily basis. But is signage really effective in communicating the meaning and expectations contained in their words?
Today’s post is from Chris Arnold. He is the owner of Arnold Business Advisors, LLC which is a coaching and consulting business primarily focused in the areas of strategy implementation, leadership development, team alignments, and executive coaching.
The modern office is evolving as we try to support cohesion without sacrificing productivity. But boundaries remain crucial—and difficult to implement.
Develop close ties with peers to enhance accountability and performance. Everyone benefits from mentoring.
Social media is often viewed as a menace at work, a complete waste of time. Yet , Twitter, LinkedIn, and other social media services also receive incredible hype as tools for improving your business.
The phrase “open door policy” is famous, and many offices claim to have such a policy. Yet many employees don’t feel very open vibes from management!
On Wednesday, March 8th, Robby Slaughter will speak at Crane Credit Union in Franklin, Indiana, on the topic of failure. The event includes light refreshments and is free to the general public, but registration is required for planning purposes.
On Wednesday, December 7th, Jack Klemeyer will speak at Crane Credit Union in Plainfield, Indiana, on the topic of networking. The event includes a light breakfast and is free to the general public, but registration is required for planning purposes.
On Wednesday, July 6th, Robby Slaughter will speak at Crane Credit Union in Franklin, Indiana, on the topic of mentoring and coaching. The event includes a light breakfast and is free to the general public, but registration is required for planning purposes.
On Wednesday, July 6th, a nationally-recognized expert will speak at Crane Credit Union in Plainfield, Indiana, on the topic of mentoring and coaching. The event includes a light breakfast and is free to the general public, but registration is required for planning purposes.