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Working against yourself
Working against yourselfSaturday March 29, 2014 4:00AM ET
There are many managers around the world and exactly the same number of leadership styles. One style in particular, yelling at employees, may result in an irreparable damage for both the company and its employees.
How to solve complex problems
How to solve complex problemsSaturday February 8, 2014 1:58PM ET
One of the sentences you definitively don't want to hear as a CEO is "This is complex". It a) smells suspiciously like "I'd rather have a coffe" or b) "We'll have to spend a lot of time and money". However, you, as an experienced CEO, can solve this with a simple answer: "Break it down." Let's see how.
Ask enough, but not too much
Ask enough, but not too muchFriday January 24, 2014 1:39PM ET
Asking questions in the office is a welcomed practice because it clearly shows the engagement of employees and at the end of the day without successful communication there is no successful company. In the other hand, too much questions means it's time for panic.
Keeping a bad idea
Keeping a bad ideaThursday January 2, 2014 1:02PM ET
Why we tend to keep a bad idea in the first place? The answer is simple: we spent a lot of money, time and resources to bring it to life, we don't see yet it's bad, we see it's bad but hoping it would be fixed by itself.
You do know the best, you are the best
You do know the bestSaturday December 14, 2013 9:51AM ET
Everybody does as he knows best, sometimes that's cool, sometimes not so. But only people who do think they are the best make the world go round, only they make a difference.
Mistakes a boss must not make
Happy employeesSaturday December 29, 2012 2:08PM ET
There are many advice what a good manager should do but it's maybe easier to learn what a CEO must not do. Here are few things about managing people we learned from experience.
Find the right job for your employee
Managing employeesMonday November 26, 2012 5:01PM ET
All your employees can be divided in three subgroups: the best, the average and underperformers. Should you fire underperformers right away? Well, maybe you should try something else first.
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