Leaders who possess EQ can manage their emotions and the emotions of others through David Goleman's five key elements; self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills.
Strategies for fixing recurring problems in organizations of all sizes. This Zombie Problems article includes videos and success tips.
Leadership does not necessarily come naturally, but through thoughtful determination one can successfully attain a strong leadership role. A good leader can be formed where a willingness exists.
Is your boss an evil, abusive jerk? How to identify a Bad Boss. Professional advice on what do to about toxic managers, and how to keep from going crazy.
Successful completion of a project requires managing much more than scope, time, and money. We must also address quality, risk, communications, and other factors. This article focuses on practical success and introduces the nine areas of project management as defined by the Project Management Institute.
Ever wonder how the other half lives? If you find yourself at the bottom of the corporate food chain, here are some things you can use to move up and stay, Postal-Service style.
A study guide to a Principles of Management course, according to the text "Management: Leading & Collaborating in the Competitive World (11th ed.)."
Besides the basics of salary, vacation time, and other issues, there are hidden things that your boss doesn't want you to know about. Find out their secrets in this article.
Turning problems into opportunities is an over-worn business tip. This is all the more testing when confronted by clients who seem to string you along. What to do? Here are some fresh strategies.
Business strategies for improving net income and bottom-line financial results. Options include contingency planning and negotiating.
Many teachers just want to teach so they are unprepared when they are promoted to positions of responsibility, such as becoming subject heads or heads of year. Suddenly you have to people manage.
Women fulfill many leadership roles. Just like men, women can be visionary, be peacemakers, be steady guides through difficult times, or be problem-solvers.
How do we create cohesive teams that get great work done? How do we manage different levels of skill? How do we increase motivation in our team members? And how do we do all of this while being fair, which is essential to employee retention? The answer is in flexible, emotionally intelligent leadership, combining situational and prescriptive methods and adapting them to the situation and the team.
Most projects fail, and the most common reason is that the goal is not clearly defined. When the goal, or scope of the project, is clearly defined, success becomes possible. Learn how to define project scope and goals clearly, and communicate it to the project team and the customers, so you can get it done right!
Sample thank-you notes and appreciation messages for a great manager or boss by employees. Show your thoughtful gratitude to your employer for his/her support, time and efforts shown to you.