Why Leaders Should Make a Habit of Teaching
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Why Leaders Should Make a Habit of Teaching

Why Leaders Should Make a Habit of Teaching

by Sarah Green Carmichael Every industry has leaders who see themselves not just as managers, but as teachers. And new research shows that approach strengthens not only the manager-employee bond, but also employee performance. Sydney Finkelstein, a professor of management at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, encourages leaders to approach their direct reports … Read More

How to Ask Your Boss for Time to Learn New Things
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How to Ask Your Boss for Time to Learn New Things

How to Ask Your Boss for Time to Learn New Things

by Rachael O’Meara We all want to learn and grow. Improving our skills and being exposed to new ideas not only makes us better at our jobs but makes us happier and more engaged at work. But with a full-time job, it can be tough to find the time and resources to dedicate to personal … Read More

Emailing While You’re on Vacation Is a Quick Way to Ruin Company Culture
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Emailing While You’re on Vacation Is a Quick Way to Ruin Company Culture

Emailing While You’re on Vacation Is a Quick Way to Ruin Company Culture

by Kate Denis Companies expend untold energy building culture—defining their values, revamping their office space, organizing holiday parties and volunteer outings. And yet many managers don’t seem to realize that while company culture can be really hard to build, it’s incredibly easy to destroy. And you may unknowingly ruin it in just two steps. Step … Read More