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Cameron Bishop

“I perform better under a strict micromanager!” Quote from no employee … ever.   When you hear the word, “micromanager”, what is the image that immediately springs to mind? For most people, it’s the figure of a forlorn employee sitting at his or her desk as an overbearing supervisor behind them leans over the employee’s shoulder watching them work intently. A favorite cartoon panel of…


Dan Rose

You had a wonderful vacation for the last two weeks skiing in Steamboat Springs and then visiting your sister in Northern California. But now it’s Monday morning and you’re back at work. There are 200 unanswered emails in your in-box and your voice mail message light is blinking ominously. There is a stack of new files on your desk teetering to the point of tipping…


Dan Rose

A week from now, you’ll all either be up at dawn’s early light for Black Friday sales, or you’ll still be in bed recovering from a food coma. As I doubt hardly any of you will be reading many blogs next week, I decided to do my Thanksgiving quiz today so maybe some of you will read it. You’re all on the honor system when…


Dan Rose

The greatest boss that I ever had invited disagreement with his decisions … up to a point. He actively sought out differing opinions and ideas, but at some point, it was his decision to make. Afterwards, it was up to us to make it come true. And this was back in 1978 before the “treat your employees like human beings” trend started. On the other…