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The 10 Commandments of the Mid-Level Manager

The 10 Commandments have served as a code of conduct by which we can live a moral life. Wouldn’t it be interesting (and make organizational life a little simpler) to have 10 Commandments for Mid-Level Managers? See if the following help with professional effectiveness and clarity. As a Mid-Level Manager, […]

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If You Have Too Much to Do – Make Sure You Are Doing the RIGHT Things

Time is a precious and finite commodity. You can’t save it and you can’t manufacture more of it. You can only use it. The best use of this limited resource comes from mastering two keys tasks: • Prioritizing the many demands on your time, and   • Using as many […]

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Whose Time Is It?

The Managers in the training program I conducted this week were not happy. We were covering delegation and time management – tools that go hand in hand. I repeated a few of the mantras they hear me say over and over again in the several sessions we are together: You should […]

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