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As a boss or leader, how do you fare when delivering bad news…such as: “You’re redundant”?

Telling someone their job’s redundant? Even though you may not have made the decision, it is often the manager’s responsibility to communicate unwelcome decisions. Approaching the giving of bad news in a businesslike manner and viewing it as just another management task – like selection or delegation – helps in such a situation.  Giving bad news …

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Thinking through decisions based on a process learned on management courses? Think again

Entrepreneurial leadership is emerging as a key theme in research into effective leadership. But what exactly, do entrepreneurs do, that marks them as successful? What might corporate/executive leaders learn from them? Successful entrepreneurs typically share a strong belief in their own capability. They are proactive, innovative and use their initiative and have higher emotional intelligence. …

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