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Respecting other’s opinions doesn’t mean being untrue to our own.

|   P. Forni

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Should You Investigate? Part 2

Last time we talked about Sally, who had come to management saying she was being “harassed” and was working in a “hostile work environment.” Management took her to HR. 684 more words

Managing Teams

A Practical Guide For Career Progression

Over the past several years I’ve talked in-depth with colleagues, friends and family about career progression. A decent chunk of the conversations are triggered because I’ve been in a management position for many years so that happens to be a natural part of my weekly flow.  1,184 more words


What Should An Effective Team or Group Look Like?

What Should An Effective Team or Group Look Like?

  1. All group members work toward the building of a “learning team.” This becomes the “shared vision.” A learning team constantly works to have good group process which they believe leads to maximised learning for each and every group member.
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Take the Love-Hate Change self assessment

Many of us have a love-hate relationship with change. When things stay the same for too long we crave change, but too much change and we desperately seek stability. 46 more words

Nurturing Growth

Workplace Favoritism: Perception vs. Reality

Favoritism in the workplace is bad. There’s little debate about that. If a manager favors his or her friends, college buddies, fellow poker players or baseball fans, sorority sisters, or whatever, this can have a highly negative impact on the morale and productivity of those who are not favored. 450 more words

Supervising Employees