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Presence Marketing CEO Bill Weiland on how he leads and communicates -- and what he expects in return.
Playing favorites leads to missed opportunities for you and your team. You lose out on new perspectives, new ideas and unique problem-solving techniques.
Management is not about getting involved in every little detail.
We’re told not to be emotionally attached to the outcome. But forget that: You and your team should care about results.
At your next meeting, remember that the best way to learn something is to shut up and listen.
Learn about project-specific mentoring and why growth springs from developing your people.
Try new approaches to how you give feedback, hold one-on-ones and motivate your people.
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