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Monthly Archives: May 2012
If you don’t remember a question, move on; don’t hold everyone up trying to remember the question. The question just was not that important or you would have remembered it. Under most circumstances, you can return to the question if … Continue reading
If you’re a manager, you must train your manager on matters regarding your employees, such as the following, for the sake of your employees. Communication Expectations (your employees, and your manager’s of your employees) Feedback Opportunities Assignments For many reasons, … Continue reading
A way to gain additional background into a sensitive matter is to pretend to know nothing or very little about that matter. Generally, if one person believes a second person is unaware of a matter, he’ll provide details necessary for … Continue reading
Even though you might have prophesized something, don’t expect to receive credit for your foresight. People might not remember, and those whom do might not feel grateful for the forewarning.