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More Time for You - A Book Review
What do you do when there are not enough hours in the day? Have you tried hundreds of timesavers that actually create more work in the long run? More Time for You by Rosemary Tator and Alesia Latson provide simple tactics to help you tame your life and find time for what is important to you.
How to Help Employees Find Purpose
How do you help your employees to regain their footing when they have lost their sense of commitment? Here are 5 ways to help your employees gain a renewed sense of purpose.
Inside the Magic Kingdom Ė A Book Review
Do you know who your customers are? What about your competition? What can we learn from "the mouse?" Disney World sets the gold standard in providing customer service. "Inside the Magic Kingdom" takes us on a journey to see how.
When Your Boss Doesnít Like You
Is it your imagination or does your boss really not like you? Here is how to determine whether or not your imagination is in overdrive or if you need to make a few changes.
How to Write a Business Letter
In most companies, written communication is just as important as verbal communication. In this age of Twitter and Facebook, the ability to attract the readers attention and get your point across in a clear, concise manner is imperative.
Are You Ready to Be a Manager?
Promotions are often done regardless of whether or not an employee is capable of doing the job as manager. Are you management material? Think youíre ready? Here are the skills necessary to be a successful manager.
How to Work for Multiple Managers
Work is challenging enough when you only have one manager in the office. What happens when you have two? Chaos! Donít give up! Before you throw in the towel, here are 3 tips on how to work for multiple managers.
Is Your Support Style Overbearing?
You are now a star in a supportive role. Youíre receiving top assignments and endless accolades when suddenly things begin to change. Your boss does not seem to be as happy as when you first started. In fact, your boss has become downright snippy. What happened? Did your boss change or did you?
Are You a Bossy Boss or Meek Manager?
There are all types of bosses Ė hands off, hands-on, micro-manager. The lists of labels are endless. In order to be a successful manager, itís important to walk the fine line between being a bossy boss or a meek manager.
How to Star in a Supportive Role
Administrative assistants are not the only jobs involving supportive roles. Itís easy to think of a support person as the low man on the totem pole, in most cases that is not true. Even managers provide support. Do you support someone higher up? Here is how to star in the supportive role.
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