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10 Tips To Create Stronger Teams
May 18th, 2016
Management Matters - 10 Tips To Create Stronger Teams By Robert Boroff Positive office dynamics add great strength to a business, while strained ones create strife. Managers need to be able to bring team members together to complete projects, and to work together as a single unit. Tips to Help…
Staying On Top Of Your Game
May 4th, 2016
Staying On Top Of Your Game By Robert Boroff While most of our “Management Matters” articles have been geared toward what you can do as a manager, this article provides guidance for what to do after you’ve managed. World unemployment is still on the rise and it is clear that…
Recognizing Your Weaknesses
Apr 14th, 2016
Recognizing Your Weaknesses When your career is going well you don’t usually take time to think about what you’re doing wrong. If it appears that what you are doing is working you continue carrying out business as you have been. Be warned, this strategy can be extremely risky and can…
Training: How To Make It Stick…
Mar 31st, 2016
Training: How To Make It Stick... By Robert Boroff Training can seem like an easy answer for managers looking to increase employee productivity. However, many managers complain that the training session did not produce any long term effects or that the training participants did not make any changes in their…
You Want To Be A Good Boss But, Do You Need To Be Harsh?
Mar 24th, 2016
You Want To Be A Good Boss But, Do You Need To Be Harsh? By Robert Boroff Every manager has to work hard to balance maintaining a nurturing environment with maintaining a certain level of authority. It is by no means an easy task. Most managers fear that if their…
You Can’t Manage Others Until You Can Manage Yourself
Mar 21st, 2016
You Can’t Manage Others Until You Can Manage Yourself By Robert Boroff Before you try to improve the way you manage others you need to look inward to see how well you manage yourself. If you can’t manage to complete your own tasks on time you’re not going to be…
Management Theory
Mar 14th, 2016
Management Theory  By Robert Boroff We live in a profit-driven society. Weather your business provides a service, creates a product, or exists solely to suck some equity out of the global economy, its ultimate goal is clear: make money. Money is like food and water to a business. Without money,…
Becoming Your Own Boss
Mar 8th, 2016
Becoming Your Own Boss By Robert Boroff Ever wonder what it would be like to create your own work hours, hire your own employees, and run your own business? The opportunities are endless, yet that does not mean creating a business is always easy. Most people who attempt to establish…
Business Lunch Etiquette
Mar 4th, 2016
Sealing the deal at lunch  By Robert Boroff Executives can make or break a business deal using effective Business Lunch Etiquette techniques. “Dazzling a potential client, business partner or employers with your good manners and social graces can result in a job offer or lucrative contract. Alternatively, a lack of…
Minimize Wasted Time
Feb 23rd, 2016
Minimize Wasted Time By Robert Boroff Every manager knows that employees are going to spend a little bit of the work day dealing with a personal issue. But a recent study found that workers spend an average of 3 hours each week handling personal business. Employees average about 36 minutes…

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