Elon Musk, the revolutionary businessman, doesn’t put a lot of stock in customary office hierarchy. In another email gone viral, Musk explains how communication errors occur in the food-chain pattern of a management system: “There are two schools of thought about how information should flow within companies. By far the Click Here for Full Article
Reactive vs. Proactive Managers, from Mohamed Ibrahim, LinkedIn Reactive managers are not always a chosen managerial style. There may have been a crisis, poorly planned processes in place, or a manager who enjoys the “buzz” of reactive management a bit too much. While reactive managing in required in some situations, Click Here for Full Article
In every workplace, there are three basic kinds of people: givers, takers and matchers. Organizational psychologist Adam Grant breaks down these personalities and offers simple strategies to promote a culture of generosity and keep self-serving employees from taking more than their share.
Dr. Gary Chapman wrote the book 5 Love Languages in 2014. This book talks about the different ways people love each other and the preferences in how they wish to accept love. It dives into emotional relationships, giving readers a way to better communicate with the people around them. For an Click Here for Full Article
In a consistently connected world, it gets harder and harder to separate the professional from the personal. When employees stay eternally connected to the work, they run the risk of burn-out, extra stress, and lower productivity. In an article about Shonda Rhimes and her book, The Year of Yes, John Click Here for Full Article