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Managing the Game: Open Door Policy

Have an open door policy and stand by it. Let your employees come to you about their problems. Listen to them and their concerns. Then do what you can to help them out. We are all busy with what we do but if you don’t take those moments to listen then a small problem can […]

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Managing the Game: Play to their strengths

I really believe it is important to play to your team members strengths while giving them a chance to build on their weaknesses. Too often I have seen managers assume that individuals are great at everything. Then these same people are surprised or disappointed when someone fails to accomplish something they aren’t good at. If […]

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Managing the Game: Do what you love and love what you do.

We are the root of our own happiness. You personally know what you love in life and what you have passion for. If you can wake up everyday and look forward to what you have to do than you are doing it right.  If you wake up and complain before you are out the door […]