You get tasks assigned by your bosses. You organize the tasks around, telling them you will help if they run into a problem. Yet despite the delegation, you feel all the responsibility is still on you. Others don't perform properly without your intervention. They are not becoming independent.
Most people would describe themselves as being considerate, clear, and fair during negotiations, problem solving, and leadership discussions. There are two ways of knowing how you are doing – 1) look at the results, and 2) ask the people you are talking to.
Every year, the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, the world's leading institution for human success and well-being at work, announces the hot topics that affect employees, HR managers, managers, and organizational developers. SIOP surveys their members worldwide.
Did you know that ineffective meetings waste about $213 billion every year? In a scientific study, psychologists from the Universities of Nebraska and Clemson summarized the research findings from 200 publications on business meetings. Think for a moment. Meetings often fail because they are rushed or because we don't give them enough importance.
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