Are you ready for your day or plan to take the day as it comes to you? Is your company working to implement changes that you disagree with and you’re not sure how to react? When was the last time you had a conversation with your team about the work they’re doing? These can all be challenges that face you on a regular basis. You need to know how to start your day and what works best for you so that you can make the day productive. You want to have a plan to embrace and handle the changes that will come your way without being left behind. You certainly need to talk to your team on a regular basis. The advice you’re looking for is contained within these three articles.
7 Career Conversations Good Bosses have with Their Employees on a Regular Basis
The Muse Article:
When you’re a manager of people, you have to treat them like people in order to get the most out of the work they perform. This means finding a way to connect with them on a regular basis with feedback given every week, month, and quarter. The conversations you have with each of your team members on a weekly basis need to revolve around what’s going on right now and whether or not they need your assistance. The monthly and quarterly conversations should have to do with moving forward, growing, and looking to the future. Have the types of conversations contained in this article and you’re going to see that your team is willing to work closer together, keep you updated on what’s going on, and have the ability to achieve the success you desire.
The Mistake that Almost Got Me Fired but Transformed My Career
Fast Company Article:
Change can be hard to accept in our careers. We tend to like to do things the same way and as long as that way doesn’t cause problems it seems fine. Unfortunately, that’s not how the working world exists. There’s always change and evolving that take place and we need to understand, accept, and embrace the changes that are presented to us. You can ask questions and even suggest reasons why a particular change won’t work, but be careful not to become the person that complains without a solution. This could cost you the job you have because your company has likely put a lot of time and effort into making the decision to change. Review this article and learn how the fine line of learning and understanding can be where you handle change rather than being the complainer that gets left behind.
4 Things to do Every Morning to Make Your Workday More Productive
CNN Money Article:
Mornings can be one of the toughest times of the day or they can be one of the most productive for you. If you like to get up early you know the value of the time before the rest of the world awakes, but if you aren’t an early riser you might miss out on this part of the day. Even if you’re someone that likes to get out of bed a little later, you can make some important changes that will improve your day. Start by getting your to-do list together if you haven’t done so already. You’re up and fresh with our mind ready to go, make the most of this time and start to get things ready for the day. Check out the article to learn more about what you need to do to make your mornings more productive.
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