How to Deal With a Work Disagreement

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Most workplaces are filled with a group of unique personalities. This can be largely positive, as different types of people are needed to create a successful business. However, working closely with anyone — especially those very different than you — is bound to cause friction sometimes. If you’re in the midst of a conflict with… Read more »

5 Things to Know About Generation Z

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A new group of young professionals has entered the workforce. The eldest members of Generation Z — born from 1995 to 2010 — started graduating college about two years ago, so it’s possible you already have a few on your team. If not, get ready, because they’re coming. Generation Z shares many similarities with millennials,… Read more »

Four Tips to Improve Your Team’s Communication Skills in the New Year

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There’s no better time to start fresh than a new year. Now is the perfect opportunity to start thinking about ways to make your team even stronger. If a lack of communication was an issue last year, now is the time to find a solution. It’s hard to move forward when signals are constantly crossed,… Read more »

8 Pieces of Advice Every Manager Needs to Hear

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Serving as a manager is about more than just being in charge. As the boss, you set the tone for your team, and they need you to be great. Much of the job involves learning by doing, because  there’s no playbook explaining how to handle every situation you’ll face. Whether you’re a new manager or… Read more »

5 Do’s and Don’ts for First Time Supervisors

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Becoming a manager is a huge career milestone. Whether you were promoted or just landed a job at a new company, you’re probably equal parts excited and terrified. Working in a supervisory role is a huge adjustment, but you can do it. Mistakes will be made, so cut yourself some slack and vow to learn… Read more »