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Seven Steps to Productive Conversation

Seven Steps to Productive Conversation

Facilitating a useful and friendly discourse among co-workers is one of the hardest things a manager can do. There’s so many disparate forces at work in a brainstorming session, or a presentation, or a planning meeting. Egos need to be massaged, ideas need to be...
The Power of Ritual

The Power of Ritual

Every person has them—some conscious, some unconscious. Rituals can be as small as putting milk in your morning coffee, or as big as exercising for an hour every morning. Workplaces have them too, though sometimes we call them something different—an annual review,...
Spend a Week in the Life of a Leader

Spend a Week in the Life of a Leader

There’s a lot of good ways to learn how to be a better manager, or to prepare for your first leadership position. There’s plenty of material on sites like Leadfully; there’s co-workers to talk to who can give you advice; there’s management courses and classes to...
Measuring Morale in the Workplace

Measuring Morale in the Workplace

Employee satisfaction is a difficult thing to understand even if you’re spending every minute with your co-workers. The reality of the matter is, if you’re a team leader or even higher up the management ladder, you probably aren’t. But nothing is more important to...