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Remember the importance of project management skills

Rather than taking project-based leadership for granted or assuming it will fall under the general umbrella of corporate competency, professionals can directly study the necessary skills and abilities. Management may sometimes seem like a single, monolithic ability – either you … Continue reading

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Supervision excellence in manufacturing

Manufacturing excellence starts with the right people, especially at the management and supervisory levels. When it comes to manufacturing, a company’s workforce is its source of strength. No matter how far automation technology progresses in the sector, businesses will be … Continue reading

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Creating an ethical workplace through leadership

Ethics in the workplace must be enforced. This is one of the building blocks of a functional company.  Strong ethics are one of the many signs of a desirable workplace, the kind of office where people want to work. A … Continue reading

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Mentoring and coaching: Essential leadership qualities

Mentoring and coaching can be excellent new elements for a manager’s tool kit. Leaders don’t just take the reins of their teams in a big-picture sense. In today’s office environment, it’s important for a manager or supervisor to be someone who … Continue reading

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Managers: Seek out feedback from team members

When employees feel free to give honest feedback, leaders thrive. Managers, how do your employees feel about you? Do you know for sure? And, if so, did that information come from direct and honest feedback? Becoming better at seeking out … Continue reading

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