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A training professional’s day-to-day responsibilities can become overwhelming, especially when your focus is on onboarding new employees. How can you focus on training the new employees who depend upon you when you have so many other fish to fry?

How to Provide Guidance Without Micromanaging

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Delegating can be liberating and stressful. How do you walk that fine line of delegating — providing guidance to another individual or a team and managing risks — without micromanaging? Here are five tips to help keep you from falling off this...

How to Handle the Tasks No One Wants to Do

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As a leader, it falls to you to determine who on your team does each job. How do you handle the tasks no one wants to do? First, consider the more popular tasks — the ones that have multiple volunteers willing to take them on.

The Art of Delegation

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Time is a finite asset, so efficient use of time is critical in order to ensure high performance. Becoming a leader who masters delegation is key for a happy, thriving and achieving team.

Everybody is Paying Attention!

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To be a best-selling author these days you almost have to possess the ability to stop readers in their tracks by offering up something provocative. Consider Simon Sinek’s best-selling book “Leaders Eat Last” as a testament to this assertion.
I am guilty of chasing shiny objects given I am a serial entrepreneur, constantly creating the next new service or product. And like many entrepreneurs, I find the management of things I generate to be a bit of a challenge. Am I in good company? You bet.