Want employees to do their best possible work? Want teams to collaborate and smash goals? Want colleagues to support and you and your ideas? Show some respect!
Say the wrong thing in a heated conversation, and it’ll likely combust. But smart leaders never say things that add fuel to that fire.
You put together a dream team. And the odds of winning are still against you. Work teams fail to hit their goals almost 60% of the time.
It’s bad enough when the $#!t hits the fan. Say or do the wrong thing in the midst of that crisis and you’ll almost always make it worse.
Even good managers commit some bad boss behaviors.
Even the best managers hit “reply all,” cite incorrect data during presentations or publicly support an idea that turns out to be a really bad one.
Nearly everyone wants to work from home. But no one wants to look like an idiot doing it.
Being a manager is a job. Being a leader is an honor. o if you’re going to lead at work, why not be a leader everyone wants to follow?
Coming to a Zoom meeting near you: Sex, toilets and text! Sounds like something’s wrong with Zoom, doesn’t it?
Sorry to those of you born between 1995 and 2010, but researchers found Gen Z is a thorn in the side of many. But e should cut them some slack.