Leadership Tips, Vol. 319

February 14, 2019
Silence is golden … A great interview question
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1-Minute Strategies: March ’19

February 7, 2019
Is it dos and don’ts, do’s and don’ts or do’s and don’t’s? … Make an effort to revitalize your workspace at least every six months … Nomophobia is the Cambridge Dictionary’s word of the year for 2018 … How your favorite hobby can ease work stress
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The U. of Hard Knocks: What business school didn’t teach about managing

January 28, 2019
Seasoned leaders discuss what they know now that they wish they knew when they graduated.
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Managers should start thinking like a coach

January 25, 2019
Here are some quick coaching tips that you can start implementing today, from the new book The Culture Solution, by New York Times best-selling author Matthew Kelly.
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Simple ways to remove wordiness

January 23, 2019
Follow these steps to remove word clutter from your messages.
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Be helpful, not condescending

January 23, 2019
A thin line exists between offering advice and being condescending. Follow this advice to make sure you aren’t the latter.
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Respond to a crying co-worker

January 23, 2019
When an employee breaks down in tears, it can be awkward for you both. Take these steps to make the best out of a difficult situation.
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5 time-wasting meeting mistakes

January 23, 2019
Most meetings don’t accomplish much, and they usually pull people away from more important work. You can’t abandon meetings altogether, but you can avoid these mistakes to ensure they’re worth the time you spend in them.
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6 effective ways to deal with people who bug you

January 16, 2019
Once you know what needs to be done and how to do it, you will be able to take charge of unpleasant situations and redirect them toward worthwhile results.
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1-Minute Strategies: February ’19

January 16, 2019
Fielding bad ideas and baseless complaints … Don’t take your employees’ judgments at face value
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