If you’re 50 or older and looking to go in a new direction, perhaps you’ve considered starting your own business. We've got a program for you!
If you are reconsidering whether to continue the practice of annual performance reviews, here’s some food for thought: According to Gallup, only 14% of employees say that their annual review inspires them to improve.
Recently on Askamanager.org, Alison Green posted about her week-long series about Terrible Bosses. While this makes for entertaining reading, terrible bosses can have a huge impact on their employees.
Do you ever find yourself reading an email from a colleague or boss and then feeling confused about their tone? As a communication tool at work, email is essential. However, it can cause stress, tension and anxiety. So what can you do to make your emails better?
Are you starting a small business and feeling a little overwhelmed about what you need to know? The US Small Business Administration can help!
Starting a business often means hiring new employees. It may be tempting to hire people quickly, but studies show it can be better to take your time and find the right person for a position (especially since a bad hire can cost your company time and money)
Definitely! If you are not being your real self at work and communicating clearly, you won’t build productive relationships at work. The skill to develop is how to be mindful of your emotions, as well as context and delivery of communication.
When you think “Manager,” do you also think “Manager = Leader?” Realistically, someone promoted into a manager role doesn’t automatically become a leader. So how do you make the transition?
We have some great small business programs coming up in July from The Missouri Small Business and Technology Development Center and the U.S. Small Business Administration.