Articles about Management
Brooklyn Decker’s app completely simplified her morning routine
Did you know that most women only wear 20% of their wardrobe?
Left-handed CEOs share their best career advice
Because of how they’ve adjusted to life in a world designed for righties, left-handed people they’ve learned different strategies for success.
3 questions to help eradicate conflict in the workplace
When I see conflict, it often relates to turf. People retreat to protect their territory. After all, change means giving up something — right? Not always.
3 things to do when someone breaks your trust at work
It's a classic situation: Everything's going well for you and your team at work until someone breaks your trust, jeopardizing everything you've worked for.
Survey: 22% of workers ages 18-34 say they’ve been demoted
New data shows that 22% of workers ages 18-34 have "been demoted" on the job and 55% of those demoted ended up quitting after.
Nike gets accused of ‘hostile’ culture to women in new suit
Four ex-Nike employees said they endured a "hostile" work culture and were paid less than their male peers, according to a new lawsuit.
5 reasons why bold leaders are remarkably successful
There are two reasons people separate themselves from the crowd: They are either bold leaders or timid followers. The rest of the herd sticks together.
#MeToo movement finds an unlikely champion in Wall Street with the new ‘Weinstein clause’
If you were worried that the #MeToo movement might fade away, fear not. It has been carved into one of the most immovable objects in human history.
You’re a perfectionist but your boss is not: 4 tips to deal with the paradox without losing your cool
If you’re a perfectionist it may be frustrating if coworkers aren’t as impeccable as you. It’s even more frustrating if your boss is not a perfectionist.
To be a good leader, start out as a follower, study finds
A new study published in the Journal of British Psychology found that good followers make good leaders in the eyes of their peers.
When it’s out of your control, trust the coping strategy of a master
When we look outside ourselves for acceptance and don’t find it we reach for a lever of hope. Here is how to deal when they are out of your control.
‘Just do it!’ Finding motivation at your lowest point
Whether it’s achieving a target at work, losing a certain amount of weight, or saving money for your dream purchase; finding motivation can be incredibly difficult at the most important times. Although many challenges come with a physical battle, conquering a lack of motivation and overcoming personal hurdles undoubtedly begins within our own minds.
Why summer is the best time to ask for a promotion
While some of us consider summer to be a time for vacation, it may be the best time to hustle and ask for a promotion, according to a new report.
On why your disagreeable employee is a strong hire
Not every hire should be a skeptic about your mission, but it behooves you to hire some disagreeable employees to question your decisions.
The people with the most free time live in these states
Feel like you have no free time? Perhaps you are living in the wrong state. Coleman Furniture conducted a survey of all 50 states to see which workers have the most free time and they came out with some rather interesting findings.
Rhythms and red flags: How two restauranteurs prevent friction and frustration for employees
They show why many small problems are essential to prevent early — especially those that are linked to other essential and interconnected tasks.
Why managers should treat non-parents and parents the same
To truly create an empathetic and supportive team, managers must find ways that support the entire team regardless of their parent status.
4 ways leaders can foster a growth mindset within their team
As leaders, developing a culture of learning and innovation may be the key factor that allows your organization to outdistance the competition.
The body language of collaborative leaders
We are especially vulnerable in our desire to be included. This is why collaborative leaders need to be aware of their body language.
How being a suck-up to the boss backfires on you
For all you suck-ups who kiss up to the boss in hopes of earning their favor, enjoy the benefits while they last, because it comes as a cost later.
Author Marc Effron on why it’s OK to embrace ‘faking it’ in the office
Did this headline make you think, whoa, whoa, whoa, since when is ‘faking it’ ever a good idea at work? Hold on, before you brush off this idea.
The dos and don’ts of shadowing someone at work
Whether you're an intern shadowing an employee, or a full-time employee shadowing another, there are things you should strive for and avoid.
More companies lowering bar on degree and experience requirements
Job seekers have faced the frustrating conundrum of needing a job in order to get experience and experience to get the job. Well, not as much anymore.
6 signs you’re being taken advantage of – and what to do
If someone is continuously taking advantage of you, then they aren't showing you the respect that is due and owing to you.
6 writing mistakes leaders should never make
Here are six writing mistakes leaders often make. Correct the errors, and your reputation throughout the office will improve.