Category: Management Training

5 Ways to Rock a High Stakes Presentation

5 ways to Rock a High Stakes Presentation

5 Ways to Rock a High Stakes Presentation In the business world, there are many variations of high-stakes presentations. From pitching your startup to venture capitalists, pitching your project to the C-Suite, presenting your ideas to a conference or at a TED talk, presentations come in many shapes and forms. The more success you seek…

How Understanding Your Personality Type Can Help You Work Towards Success!

How Understanding Your Personality Type Can Help You Work Towards Success!

What many people consider to be someone’s personality is very likely just one facet of that person’s makeup. Cheerfulness, seriousness, out-going or moody aren’t catch-all terms that easily define a person, but are summaries of that person’s most noticeable traits. What Makes A Personality? A personality is made up of many traits, including emotions, learning…

A Manager’s Guide to Passive Aggressive Communication

Passive Agressive

As a manager, the happiness and productivity of your team are one of your top responsibilities. You work hard to create an environment for all personalities to thrive in. But when a passive aggressive employee plants seeds of negativity around the office, they disrupt and undermine all of your excellent work. Ignoring passive aggressive behaviour…

Why Micromanagement Doesn’t Work

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Feeling overworked, frustrated and unsupported by your team? Micromanagement might be the issue. Micromanagers are often responsible for stifling productivity, innovation and happiness at work. Unfortunately many micromanagers don’t even realize they’re doing it, or that they’re holding their own team back. Read on to recognize the warning signs of micromanagement and learn effective leadership…