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13/10/2015

Team foundations and energy

By Jeff Davidson

Whether handpicked, assigned, or some combination of the two, team members need to get to know one another. First-time team leaders can be overly eager to tackle the tasks at hand...

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13/10/2015

Choosing a successor

By Dr. Marshall Goldsmith

Developing a great successor is one of the most important accomplishments that a CEO — or any senior-level executive — can achieve. The question is, should you develop an internal or an external successor?

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02/10/2015

On becoming a manager

By John Baldoni

All too often, people are thrust into management positions for which they are ill prepared and haven't received the training development needed to become a good manager — and the results can be disastrous.

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02/10/2015

Six common mistakes in leading high performers

By Drake Editorial Team

High performers are those people we often describe as driven. In their mind, a job is a problem to be solved, and they have the ability to solve it... 

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08/09/2015

Management series: how to manage an employee that needs to get organized

By Bruce Tulgan

When managers ask me about dealing with employees who are “disorganized” at work, usually what they mean is that this employee loses track of information...

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08/09/2015

“Stay interviews”: 6 practical questions for key employee retention

By Paul Falcone

When job markets heat up, top performers may feel naturally curious to see what sorts of “greener pastures” are available in the broader job market. And let’s face it...

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