A LITTLE THING THAT MATTERS — Ask any subordinate if he or she wants to work for a manager who really doesn’t want their job
Let’s say you’re 44 and have been in you profession for over a decade. You have risen to the management ranks and by most reasonable
At times of stress, it is always valuable for a manager to keep her or his “COOL”. Subordinates are watching and there is something reassuring
If you have ever received a highly personal verbal attack from a boss, you know how embarrassing, demoralizing, emotionally traumatic, and infuriating that can be.
During a recent cross-country flight, I struck up a conversation with a fellow frequent flier about our professions and the various challenges we faced. An
During my interviews with practicing managers, I normally ask them at some point “what keeps you awake at night”? While the substance of their concerns