Tag Archives: management

Feb
14
  • When a manager is not assertive

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    When a manager is not assertive, then in real terms, he’s either aggressive or passive. Aggressive managers use their positions of power and authority to belittle, intimidate, and control those who report to them. As a result, their team members begin to resent them. Then their productivity begins to fall, and if the dictatorial behavior of the manager continues, it will not be long before the organization begins experiencing a high employee turnover. In other words, aggressive managers create an […]

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Apr
8
  • When teams work in silos

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    At some level, every manager understands that to deliver great performance they have to unlock the potential in teams. And to do this, they need to turn a collection of individuals into a high-performing group, the members of which support one another. In other words, managers must be team builders nurturing teams where members share resources, ideas and common goals and also develop a shared identity, often built on a combination of their skill sets and their perceived status in […]

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