Inheriting a new group and the people in it can be challenging. You can’t make wholesale changes without assessing the people, equipment, software, expenses and everything else.
Get your new team on your side by making small, quick changes that make the biggest impact.… Read entire article
One thing that many executives don’t do well is communicate, especially when it comes to changes in the company.
Change is inevitable and change management is very important. How the changes are communicated from the top down spells doom or success for the implementation of change.… Read entire article
Great leaders have “emotional intelligence”. It’s not a high-level job title or money or because they come from a privileged family.
They connect with people. They care.
They have vision. It’s written down, so people remember it.
They have passion. And, they share it with others.… Read entire article
People in business, whether formal or informal, take others more seriously when they project themselves with confident and trustworthiness.
Here are some tips to help you:
- Maintain a confident posture. Plant your feet and stand up straight. Don’t be stiff and don’t slouch.
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In order to produce quality work, you have to demand excellence. That means accurate information, proper spelling, proper grammar, proper punctuation, clear imagery.
When you bring on new employees, don’t hand them off to someone else on their first day. Spend the first half-hour to an hour setting the standard.… Read entire article