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Impact of Company Policies on Culture and Performance

  Tell people they’re inadequate long enough and they’ll believe it. Undermine their confidence with constant correction, tweaking, and complaints and they’ll pull back. Fill people with confidence and they’ll act with boldness. I’ve been working for the past couple of … Continue reading

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Culture Change: Why Leaders Should “Micro-Manage”

My boss seems to believe in my way or highway. He micromanages everyone and fires anyone who disagrees with him about anything. One of the quickest and surest ways to disenfranchise good executives and managers is to micro-manage them! For … Continue reading

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