Management tip of the day. I allowed myself to reorder these tips:
Walk away from your writing before you proofread it. –> refresh and reset your mind
Use spell-check, but don’t rely on it. –> never a guarantee, but still a potential help
View the content in a new format + Change the font or margins –> I can confirm it based on my experience. Incredible how helpful this can be
Read the content aloud. –> old but gold
The management tip of the day from harvard focusses on making decisions, the right way.
One simple example: recruiting. Rather than looking at each resume and gauging each candidate, just compare them and skim some of them already.
The Management tip of the day from HBR: natural resources like living plants and solar light help reduce stress at work (and may increase productivity by 15%).
So, open blinders, hold meetings outside, have an outdoor lunch.
A golden management tip for all of those (lots) companies lookig to reinnforce their corporate values, but falling shorts on results: share an example of positive behaviour between colleagues or towards clients.
Storytelling is a powerful tool, often overlooked by mgmt.
Another golden managemetn tip from Harvard Business Review, focused on negative events.
Sometimes these can have an immediate negative impact but can grant a beneficial effect in the long-term, so why frenzying on the spot?
The advice, in this case, is to objectively analyse the first drawbacks and abstract them from the situation itself. Also, try to think on how this situation could be good to you and which opportunities it can lead you to.
Pointing fingers won’t solve issues and may earn you a negative reference in the future.
Rather, say somethig nice and stop your steaming when resigning.
(Golden) Management tip of the delay: when appointed as manager and when wishing to scramble some rules and policies, ou may want to first check-base with other managers on whether this is an accepted ehaviours, if previous attempts had already been attempted, if this is feasible and more.
Your counterparty is acting i a certain way for a certain reason; what might this be?
Another golden management tip from the HRB: being to oserious at work may lack conveying enough feelings to the your colleagueas.
Therefore, make sure you are showing emotions through your words and your mimic. Keywords exampled by HRB: “pride”, “powerful”, “eagerness”, “opportunity” and “missing out”.
Employees demanding too much of your attention need t obe addresed asap. Try limiting their request with short tie slots dictated by meetings or trying to limit the meeting times to once per week.