It can be difficult to tell people “no” at work. But it can be the right answer and one you want to be able to give.
Emotions are a part of life. They are meant to be experienced. We don’t want to be numb all the time. But we like our comfort, no matter what emotion that usually is.
It can be easy to take those your closest with for granted. Family, friends and employees also…
It’s not easy being a boss. But it’s also not easy working for one. If you’re managing a team it’s easy to lose sight of everything that’s going on. So here are a few things that usually help a team environment.
Zoom and other online video chat apps are becoming very much the norm in the business world. And we’re doing it more with family and friends also. Here are just a few thoughts on how to conduct things.
Business relationships are important. I’ll admit that they haven’t always been my highest priority. But I continually see the value in forming strong relationships.
Bob Harlan was a great leader for the Green Bay Packers. He joined the staff in 1971 and in 1989, he became team president. In late 1991 he hired Ron Wolf as general manager. Their ability to admit mistakes early allowed them to move on to better options.
Sometimes it’s okay to give a vague timeline. But why not give something more definite? Even if it takes a little time to review your schedule.
Ground rules are important in a personal relationship. They’re also beneficial between employee and boss.
Being a mentor is important for a leader. Not every leader wants to do it. Not every leader finds a way to do it. And there is also an important requirement from the other person involved.