Got an angry client on your hands? While your instinct may be to hide under your desk, eventually you’re going to have to face the music (and your boss). So next time you’re caught in a hostile situation, use these strategies to get onto friendlier territory.
No one likes an egomaniac, but you know you need to show your boss what you’ve got if you’re going to get ahead at work. Try one of these smart tactics for striking the perfect balance of promoting your abilities without showing off.
What’s most troubling about Suzanne Venker’s recent opinion piece on the “War Against Men” is her apparent desire to unwind the progress women have fought so hard to achieve—and to do so recklessly, without an ounce of verifiable research to back up her claims.
Your employees probably won’t come right out and tell you what they think about your management style, but turns out, there are some subtle cues that can give you a hint. Here are a few ways your team might be telling you to get some management training.
Asking for help at the office is hard–of course you don’t want to look like you’re passing the buck, being lazy, or admitting defeat. But learn to ask for help the right way, and you’ll not only get what you need, but you’ll also look like even more of a team player.