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JANUARY 13, 2012 Are You Managing or Just Nagging?
Four universal truths about management: 1. Managers are responsible for the performance of those that report to them. One of the core responsibilities of a manager is to take action when an employee’s performance is not up to par. In other words, they feel their manager is a nag. Performance issue. It’s what an employee gets paid to do. Work habits.
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GREAT LEADERSHIP Caring for the Commons
| FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 2012
Guest post by Fred Kiel, Ph.D. & Doug Lennick: If you’re in a leadership position, you make hundreds of decisions each day – and most of those have the potential to impact the well-being of others. They are moral decisions. On the other hand, Jim Sinegal, the recently retired CEO of Costco Wholesale, generously paid his warehouse employees. MORE >>
GREAT LEADERSHIP Creating the Conditions for Sustainable Innovation
| WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 2012
Here's some new research on innovation and a guest post by By Rich Wellins, Ph,D., Senior Vice President, Development Dimensions International (DDI): In the past year, innovation has risen to the top of the business agenda. With the recession out of the way, corporations are refocusing on looking for new ways to grow. Some research shows that the U.S MORE >>
GREAT LEADERSHIP How to Get the Most Benefit from an Executive Development Program
| TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2012
In my current role as Director of Executive Development Programs at the University of New Hampshire , I’ve had the opportunity to observe and interact with hundreds of our program participants. Along the way, I’ve learned a lot, including how to design programs that meet the needs of real-life executives. So what’s the secret? Take risks. MORE >>
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