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Cut the Strings: Provide Autonomy in Execution

Career & Jobs / Career Advice : Michael Lee Stallard

#47 Provide Autonomy in Execution –Monitor progress and be available to help your direct reports but refrain from “micro managing” unless they ask for specific help. This meets the human need for autonomy that allows people to exper...

3 Ways to Reduce Employee Stress

Business & Finance : The Mission Driven Business

The New Year is a great time to help your employees manage stress better. Here are three easy ways to help give them a fresh start. As your employees return to work after the holidays, they'll likely return to the same familiar dead...

Managing Employees to Manage Themselves

Business & Finance : Huffington Post: Business Blog

I am often asked whether there is a danger that providing too much oversight and engaged management will keep employees from developing their ability to manage themselves. The answer is no. In fact, the only real way to help employe...

Consider Your Employees’ Career Paths

Business & Finance : The Curious Capitalist

No boss likes to think about losing star employees. But it’s your job as a manager to help people find the next level of growth. Here are three things you can do to support your direct reports’ development: Redefine current roles. M...

7 Ways For You To Be Able To Trust Your Employees

Business & Finance : The Mission Driven Business

It's hard to give your employees autonomy if you don't trust them. Here are 7 things you can do to help them earn your trust.

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