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The Art of Preparing Performance Evaluations
Supervisor 101 - a performance evaluation should never be a surprise. All supervisors are taught this lesson from day one, but how often does it ring true? So many supervisors find evaluations difficult (or scary) to write. Here are some tips to make it easier.
Procrastination and the Big Project
Do you have a big project? Fear of failure, not knowing where or when to start often leads to procrastination. Here is what you can do to get over procrastinating on the big project.
4 Habits of an Effective Employee
Companies are focused on what it takes to be a good manager. When was the last time anyone thought about what it takes to be a good employee? Employee behavior is just as important as a manager's in the workplace.
Are you a Manager or a Leader?
Are you a manager or a leader? Companies are taking action to become high performance organizations. In order to accomplish this, they are striving to become "leadership rich". Is there a difference between a leader and a manager? Most definitely!
The Seven Characteristics of a Professional
Do you consider yourself a regular employee or a professional? Read the seven characteristics of a professional.
The Benefits of Mentoring
A workplace mentoring program is an effective tool for training in an organization. "Been there, done that" has its benefits.
Office Mate - A Book Review
At first glance, Office Mate - The Employee Handbook for Finding and Managing -Romance on the Job by Stephanie Losee and Helaine Olen, appeared to be the type of book that most companies would ban from their office, but read further and you will find sound advice on office relationships.
Making a Graceful Exit From Your Job
The first year on the job isn’t easy. If you’ve been on your job a considerable amount of time, situations can change. It's important to know when and how to say “when” it's time to leave.
Promotion versus Friendship on the Job
A promotion is an exciting time. All of your hard work has come together and management finally views you as a leader. What happens to your on the job friendships with coworkers? All of a sudden management isn't so easy.
You Don't Have to Learn the Hard Way - Review
Making it in life is difficult enough. You Don't Have to Learn the Hard Way by J.R. Parrish provides highschool and college graduates a road map to success not only in their career, but life as well.
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