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Dan Rose

Delegating is an important part of being a manager. But, it can be tricky if you aren’t able to let it go. Most employees can’t stand it when you hand them something to do and hover nearby to see how it’s going. But, in your mind, you’re doing the right thing. After all, what if the employee fails to do it right?  You’re pretty sure…


Cameron Bishop

The best managers provide effective employee feedback to their staff frequently. Not just during performance reviews or before important projects begin, but constantly. Knowing how to give valuable feedback that doesn’t go in one ear and out the other is the key to increasing employee engagement and productivity. (Yes, employees will actually appreciate criticism when given to them the right way. Shocking, I know!) The problem…


Dan Rose

For just a minute, I want you to imagine yourself walking into a room of 100 strangers for a meet-and-greet at a local hotel ballroom. I’m standing just inside the door with a large stack of $10 bills. I tell you that I will give you $10 for every stranger you make small talk with over the next two hours. However, you have to tell…


Dan Rose

A manager’s motivation for giving negative feedback to an employee should be to encourage change — to help the employee grow, get better results, or stop doing something that is holding back success. While there are obviously differences in people’s receptiveness to corrective feedback, in general, research shows that people believe constructive criticism is essential to their career development. Millennials, in fact, crave feedback. Some…