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In it, I also gave tips for being a better boss. Better is great, but amazing bosses didn't need the tips because they already knew what to do. 10 Things To Do Every Workday.
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The document, a bullet-point-happy PowerPoint, has become a cultural manifesto for the Internet’s economic epicenter, amassing over 3.2 million views on Slideshare.net. More than simply a management guide, it’s a window into a philosophy that thrives on uncertainty, creativity, and trust — a blinding contrast to the hierarchical culture that dominated much of the 20th century workplace. If you want people to act, do these four things. The VC Firm That Funded Facebook Explains How To Hire. The #1 Career Mistake Capable People Make. The One Conversational Tool That Will Make You Better At Absolutely Everything. Ask yourself: If you could interview like Walter Cronkite, would you get more value from your meetings? Would your mentors become more valuable?
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The businesses that win in the New Year will be those that iterate incessantly to define their own innovation curve, that establish strong and unambiguous company cultures, and those that use their data points effectively to minimize wasteful spending and increase their ROIC (return on invested capital.) The One Conversational Tool That Will Make You Better at Absolutely Everything. Hi 1) @LoneTruth look for 1) 2) @tearsana look for 2) 3) @TheRab and @Truefire guess (did you not see ChillyPepperz reply?)
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Nothing's simple anymore. Think about it. Even your Facebook page has a million things going on. The increase in complexity has led to a decrease in focus. It's hard to know what even matters anymore. What Great Leaders Have That Good Leaders Don't. “My loyalty to Country and Team is beyond reproach.”
--Navy SEAL Creed When you think of strong leaders, you probably think of people who are decisive, bold, confident, and fearless. Intuit's Scott Cook on Failed Global Expansion. What employees really need at work. By Padmasree Warrior, contributor FORTUNE -- In 1943, psychologist Abraham Maslow introduced the concept now known as "The Hierarchy of Needs" in which he outlined how people are motivated to fulfill certain basic needs (food, water, safety) before moving on to other, more advanced needs, such as creativity and self-actualization.
If we use that lens to look at our businesses, what are the needs of the modern employee? While companies are expected to fulfill employees basic "needs" to do their job -- competitive pay, a functional workspace -- modern organizations understand they need to do more to foster creativity, drive innovation and improve productivity. In many cases, topping the list is enabling choice and freedom especially as it pertains to mobility. The 5 Traits of High-Potential Employees. As your company grows too big for you to do everything--the way you do now--you're going to give over some of the leadership.
(Relax. This is a good thing!) For reasons of staff morale, economy, and your own precious peace of mind, it’s better to find your new generation of leaders inside the company. Job Interviews: 5 Questions Great Candidates Ask. Be honest. Raise your hand if you feel the part of the job interview where you ask the candidate, "Do you have any questions for me? " is almost always a waste of time. The Terrible Management Technique That Cost Microsoft Its Creativity.
Welcome to the Bossless Company. Career Advice: Keep the Boss Happy. My recent column, 8 Core Beliefs of Extraordinary Bosses, drew a flood of responses. But there's one thing I didn't mention: An extraordinary boss communicates his expectations clearly to his team. That way, everyone understands what it will take to make your company succeed. With that in mind: If you are the boss, you'll want to share this column with your team, because it will make your job a heck of a lot easier. And if by chance you're not the boss, memorize this column–because it contains the key to long-term success. Here are the rules for keeping your boss happy: Management Secrets: Core Beliefs of Great Bosses. A few years back, I interviewed some of the most successful CEOs in the world in order to discover their management secrets. I learned that the "best of the best" tend to share the following eight core beliefs. 1.
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