She’s one of your favorite employees. You love going out for happy hour with her. You have great talks about movies, music, books, and even your personal lives. There’s just one thing off. Your other team members are constantly complaining about her work performance.
Merging two companies is like trying to blend families in a second marriage. The decision to combine was made at the top by few, and everyone below has to deal with it.
Things have come to a head at the office. Due to a number of security requirements and organizational changes, our company’s IT department has had to set things up in […]
The amount of direction you give depends on what you are trying to accomplish. Putting a box around the discussion allows for many thoughts and ideas to be explored. It also prevents the team from hopping down a rabbit trail.