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Assessing Your Fairness as a Manager

Your direct reports assess the fairness of many aspects of their jobs.

First Time Manager: Understanding a Manager's Role

The power gained by moving up in the organizational hierarchy isn't enough to get results. In reality, establishing and maintaining credibility is how you'll get results.

Strategies for Building Team Cohesion

Use this job aid as a reminder of the tips and strategies for improving communication, cooperation, and trust when building team cohesion.
Communicating within your team

Techniques for Managing a Diverse Team

Think about a great manager who's really motivated you in the past. What comes to mind? Many people describe such managers as fair, respectful, encouraging, objective, clear, and good listeners.

Managing Your Career in an American Organization

In the United States, career management is typically the responsibility of the individual. This can be challenging for employees new to the US who are unfamiliar with the norms and expectations that typically dictate professional advancement.

Demonstrating Fairness in Managing Direct Reports

It's your job to ensure an efficient and effective work environment – and that starts with you treating your employees fairly.

Surviving In Management Role by Learning

As with any new job, when you first become a manager, you will probably experience a very steep learning curve.

Myths about what it means to be a manager

Certain myths about what it means to be a manager and how the role is performed are common. As you approach your work as a manager, consider the five myths commonly held by first-time managers and avoid costly mistakes.

Simplet techniques to build Confidence

Todays modern life style requires us to self to assess each one to become an expert, overwhelming self help courses to executive leadership programs, unless you develop a self assessment strategy all will not

Acquiring Traits to Become a Caring Manager

As a manager or organizational leader, what you do and say is closely monitored by the people who report to you. Your direct reports focus a lot of attention on you.

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