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Management is a skill that can be learned. Some of the skills a good manager needs are explained in these articles.
Job Interview Questions to Ask
What are the top questions a manager wants to ask of a prospective employe in a job interview and what do they tell you.

Meeting Management
Meetings can be very productive. Or they can be a tremendous waste of time. These simple guidelines can help you make your meetings more effective.

Employee Coaching: When Not To Step In
Employees can't learn if their manager soes their work. You have to let people make mistakes if they are to learn. You can't just let them flounder on their own. Employee Coaching: When To Step In helps you decide when to step in and when to hang back and let them learn.

The Coffee Cup As a Management Tool
The best management tool may be a coffee cup. It gives you an opportunity to sit with someone and listen to them and learn. That kind of a conversation can be powerful employee motivation.

Business Email Is Not A Teenage Chat Room
Businesses waste too much time and money due to confusing emails. Treat business email as you would any other business communication. Make it clear and to the point. Don't let it sound like a teenage chat room.

Writing for Business
Writing, whether for business or any other purpose, has certain rules for success. To write effectively follow these rules.

Getting Your Point Across
Tailor your message to your audience to improve their comprehension. Don't worry so much about what you want to say as about what you want them to hear and understand.

Giving Positive Feedback
Don't ever underestimate the power of positive feedback. We are quick to point out to someone when they make a mistake. Sometimes we forget to acknowledge them when they do something right.

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