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  • How to Evaluate Your Performance as a Leader
    August 12, 2020

    How to Evaluate Your Performance as a Leader

    As a leader, you spend a lot of time evaluating the performance of team members. However, if you do not have someone evaluating your performance, how do you know if you are effective in the workplace? Here are three ways you can reflect on your work and create goals for improvement.
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    March 17, 2020

    4 Skills You Need to Be a Great Addition to Any Team

    While being hired for a new role is a great accomplishment, ensuring that you’re a long-term fit for the company involves developing new skills. As previously discussed in our blog post on ‘10 Tips for Acing the Introductory Period at Your New Job’, this is where planning for the future comes in. Thinking about possible opportunities for advancement by being a great team player is one way to get ahead. To help you get started on aiming for that promotion, here is a list of skills you should equip yourself with when working with a team:
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  • 10 Ways to Improve Your Chances of Getting A Promotion at Work
    January 20, 2020

    10 Ways to Improve Your Chances of Getting A Promotion at Work

    If you keep getting overlooked for promotion at work, it can be very demoralizing. You may have been looking at the people who have gained promotion and wondered why it wasn't you. The first thing to understand is that your lack of promotion is unlikely to be due to anything personal. It is more likely that you haven't made yourself a candidate for promotion.
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  • How to Stop Being Micromanaged
    December 9, 2019

    How to Stop Being Micromanaged

    One of the biggest complaints from employees is that they are suffering under micromanagement. But, what exactly is micromanagement and what can employees do to get their supervisors off their back? A unique perspective is offered for identifying the cause while siding with neither employer or employee.  

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