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Creating a Learning Environment in the Office
Feb 26th, 2013
Creating a Learning Environment in the Office By Robert Boroff | Google + Although the working day may already be packed with conference calls, emails, meetings, overtime, training, and much more, many employees may feel there is no time left in the day to participate in learning activities. Employees who are growing…
10 Tips to Create Stronger Teams
Feb 19th, 2013
10 Tips To Create Stronger Teams By Robert Boroff  | Google + Management Matters - 10 Tips To Create Stronger Teams Positive office dynamics add great strength to a business, while strained ones create strife, according to AllBusiness.com. Managers need to be able to bring team members together to complete projects,…
Is Experience Necessary?
Feb 15th, 2013
Is Experience Necessary?  By Robert Boroff  Google + Record numbers of people are searching for jobs right now and employers are only beginning to start hiring.  This shift in dynamics has led to some changes in the recruitment processes and has left many experts wondering if past experience really matters…
Managing Long Term Growth
Feb 14th, 2013
Managing Long Term Growth  By Robert Boroff  Google + Careful consideration, planning and research are as essential to long-term business growth, as it was to the development of the business, according to AllBusiness.com. AllBusiness.com has developed the “60-Second Guide to Managing Growth Over the Long Haul,” which it advises will maintain…
Is Your Position of Power Going To Your Head?
Feb 12th, 2013
Is Your Position of Power Going To Your Head? By Robert Boroff  | Google + It’s a story we all know well, somebody you know reaches the position they’ve been striving for throughout their entire career and suddenly your once humble colleague becomes an arrogant manager. Often people in this predicament…
Managing the New and Improved Virtual Office
Feb 11th, 2013
Managing the New and Improved Virtual Office By Robert Boroff  | Google + Telecommuting for the majority of the work week is becoming one of the most popular trends for employees in today’s business world. This way of working is also one of the most hands-off management styles. Whether working from…
Leadership Skills and Styles
Feb 7th, 2013
Leadership Skills and Styles By Robert Boroff  | Google + Common leadership characteristics are widely known, but are there specific leadership styles that are more effective in different work environments? The author Daniel Goleman believes so. In his book, Primal Leadership, he describes six leadership styles: ‘Visionary, Coaching, Affiliative, Democratic, Pacesetting, and Commanding.’ A good leader…
How to Deal With a Difficult Coworker
Oct 31st, 2012
How to Deal With a Difficult Coworker Is there a womanizing jerk in your office that you do not know how to deal with? Or maybe a sarcastic coworker that takes their jokes a little too far? Follow a few of these tips to get through this irritating time in…
Stay Inspired/Productive While at Work
Oct 29th, 2012
Stay Inspired/Productive While at Work Whether or not you are in your cubicle or your own office, if you have nothing to look at but blank white walls, you might find yourself unmotivated and counting down the seconds till the end of your work day. If you are one of…
How to deal with discrimination/harassment in the workplace
Oct 24th, 2012
How to deal with discrimination/harassment in the workplace If you ever feel that you are being discriminated against in the work place it is important to take action right away. Some people feel that they don’t have the authority to speak up, but here are a few tips on how…

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