Personality Assessments - Drake P3
Getting your manager’s support when dealing with a problem team member
By Ken Warren
There is no doubt that if you are in a role where you need to address the performance of a team member with a long history of being difficult, that you need the support of your manager.
Making conflict work for you
By Jim Dawson
Conflict is inevitable. We may be afraid of it and handle it poorly, allowing problems to fester and grow. We may use it to control and manipulate others. Or we may accept that conflict is necessary for things to improve or change.
The new manager challenges
By Bruce Tulgan
If you are going to be my new manager, the first thing I want to know is: What kind of manager are you going to be?
Team foundations and energy
By Jeff Davidson
Whether handpicked, assigned, or some combination of the two, team members need to get to know one another. First-time team leaders can be overly eager to tackle the tasks at hand...
Small business & HR: how to hire the right person the first time
By Drake Editorial Team
In the increasingly complex world of human resources, small to mid-sized enterprises (SMEs) face employee challenges similar to those of larger organizations...
On becoming a manager
By John Baldoni
All too often, people are thrust into management positions for which they are ill prepared and haven't received the training development needed to become a good manager — and the results can be disastrous.