Management Style

New Manager Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

It’s okay to admit that you need a little extra help when you’re in a management position the first time. Mistakes happen, but you can also learn from others so you can avoid some of the more common problems. What are some of the mistakes people make when they become new managers, and how can […]

Be a Leader by Becoming an “Agent of Change”

2020 has been a radical year. Due to forces beyond all of our control, more businesses have had to embrace remote work or flexible schedules. On top of the already life-altering pandemic, our society has also faced civil unrest, wildfires throughout half the country, and a hectic hurricane season. Through it all, employees still need […]

3 Ways to Convey that You Are A Hard Worker in the Job Interview

Your single job in an interview is to convince the manager that you’re the right person to hire for their job. But how do you convey that you’re a hard worker without drawing from the same over-used well as your competition? Before you simply say you have “good communication skills,” that you’re “a self-starter,” or […]

Do’s and Don’ts of Leveraging Social Media for Recruiting

Social media has really changed the way we communicate with others. That’s true for finding and hiring top talent for your company. Everyone is on social media, so you can tap into the resource to find great people looking for new positions. But there are some gray areas when it comes to leveraging social media […]

Is Your Management Style the Reason Your Top Employees Are Quitting?

Did you know people don’t quit jobs? What they quit are bad bosses. Dissatisfaction with employment is rarely about the work but rather their ability to work with the people in the organization, especially management. An incompatible boss can be a major problem, so make sure you’re not causing discontent in the workplace with your […]

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