Ever heard your team complain that they don’t have the power to take charge? Or feel frustrated by your employees’ inability to make decisions? Creating an ownership mentality within your team solves both of these issues—and helps you all work better together.
Having to confront an employee on a tough issue is one of the biggest challenges managers face—which is why they don’t always handle it the right way. Here, check out three of the most common confrontation mistakes, plus how you can avoid them.
Chances are, your employees aren’t going to come up to you one day and give you a piece of their mind. But that doesn’t mean they don’t have a lot to say. In reality, your employees probably wish you knew these four things.
Talking trash by the water cooler, comparing fantasy lineups at the staff meeting–many managers groan when football season rolls around. But this HR expert sees things in a different way. Here’s why allowing—and participating in—sports talk at your office is a good thing.