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New Manager’s 30-60-90 Day Plan for Success

Set yourself up for success as a new manager with a thoughtful and actionable 90 day plan. Learn what looks like plus examples to get started.

A 3-Step Process for Successful Strategy Execution

Crafting a winning strategy is only the first step toward achieving your goals for making your department or the whole organization better. You have to formulate a game plan for getting what you want to accomplish done.

The 3 Components of Leadership for Team Development and Success

To work as a team, every member of the group must be committed to a common purpose—and share in both helping to achieve that purpose and accepting responsibility for the outcome. And that requires leadership.

Managing and Leading: 6 Key Distinctions

Whether you’re a senior executive or a division supervisor, leading and managing are both important job functions. Success requires both leadership ability and management ability.

5 Steps of Effective Succession Planning

An organization is only as good as its people, it’s often said. So, to keep good people and ensure the stability and success of your organization, it’s vital to manage the succession of talent.

5 Facts of Conscious Communication

In all aspects of life but especially in the workplace, effective communication is about much more than choosing your words. Along with what you say, how you say it—your tone of voice, inflection, volume and rate of speech—and how you look when you’re saying it routinely affect whether your message

5 Steps for Managing Difficult People

As a manager, you’re expected to remain professional and evaluate team members strictly on their performance. Still, from time to time, you’re bound to struggle with how to manage someone you find “difficult.”

Having Successful Dialogues Across Cultures: Why Context Counts

In just about every work environment, the practice of having dialogues is vital to improving efficiency, fixing problems, sparking innovation, and maintaining high levels of employee performance and morale. A dialogue is more than a discussion, where coworkers talk together about a project, goal, or

Finding Your Leadership Style: Transactional vs. Transformational

Being an effective leader requires developing several core qualities and skills—courage, empathy, accountability, integrity, flexibility, active listening, and the ability to communicate across cultures with clarity and respect among them. It also depends on finding your style. Of all the various st

8 Skills to Become More Culturally Adept at Work

In a global business world and any organization where people of various nationalities, ethnicities, races, genders, and generations work together, cultural competency is a vital skill.