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    If your team is going through a reorg, losing key staff, having its budget or a popular program

  • How to Set Ambitious Yet Realistic Goals

    As a manager, you want your staff setting and working toward clear, concrete goals. After all, goals are

  • IT Leaders: 5 Reasons to Encourage Citizen Development

    IT leaders who “teach employees to fish” may be feeding the business for a lifetime. Many IT leaders

  • Can You Be a Great Manager If You’re Shy?

    If you’re shy or introverted but want to move up in your career, you’ll probably have to manage

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  • How to Recover When a Valuable Team Member Quits

    If your top performer walked into your office today and said she’d accepted another job, would you know

  • Getting the Most Value from Your Subject Matter Experts without…

    It’s great to have subject matter experts on your team. In addition to your own team benefiting from

  • How to Handle a Colleague Who Doesn’t Respect Your Authority

    Ever had a colleague who dismissed your expertise and didn’t seem to think you had the authority to

  • 4 Questions To Ask Your Team Members Today

    Knowing how to ask the right questions can be the difference between being an okay manager and a

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  • Micromanagement Isn’t Always a Dirty Word

    Most managers dread being called micromanagers – “micromanagement” has become the dirty word of the workplace. But there

  • What to Do When You Inherit a Struggling Team

    When you walk into a new management role and inherit an existing team, you’re hoping that they’re all