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3 Ways Managers Should Do To Motivate Employees After The COVID-19 Pandemic

As soon as the COVID-19 epidemic in Vietnam was well controlled because there were no new cases for 16 days (from 6 pm on April 16 to 6 pm on May 2), Ho Chi Minh City requested the Prime Minister to end social isolation from 0 am on April 23, 2020. Accordingly, people of many provinces and cities across the country have had a gradual return to regular daily activities. Simultaneously, several businesses have also started getting back on track with the office life. Some people are excited, the others are not ready to go back to work Most of

3 Common Obstacles While The Teams Are Working Remotely And How The Management Level To Solve Them (Part 2)

Obstacles that management level needs to overcome Teleworking can bring a wide range of benefits for businesses, leaders and employees. However, it needs to be properly managed to be successful.    1. Difficulty monitoring performance Coronavirus disease is changing the way not only many organizations operate for the foreseeable future, but also leaders and employees manage themselves in quarantine without face-to-face human interaction and the structure of a typical workday. One significant challenge of managing employees remotely is ensuring that they accomplish all their job duties on time, efficiently, and up to the company’s standards. For some remote employees, this

3 Common Obstacles While The Teams Are Working Remotely And How The Management Level To Solve Them (Part 1)

COVID-19 has been labeled as a pandemic and a global outbreak of the disease. It has heavily impacted the global economies in general and Vietnam’s in particular. To reduce the spread of the coronavirus, governments and businesses around the world ask their citizens and employees to maintain a social distance, especially work from home since it becomes the simplest but most effective solution for everyone. So what are the advantages and disadvantages of this solution? What are the top things leaders can do to create a good remote culture? Find out the answers through this thread right away. What is

How To Master Your Expertise To Be A Product Manager

What do Product Managers do? This article will explain about Product Manager in software development and Agile methodology although Product Manager is not limited to the technology sector and Agile approach. You can also find Product Managers in other sectors like financial & banking, retails, logistics or even healthcare. In general, Product Managers are the ones that ensure all company departments including management, developers, and stakeholders are together moving the product forward. Product Managers in software development commonly do: Observing clients, stakeholders, product performance, and market research to identify which features to build Overseeing existing priorities and team resources (financial

10 Successful Characteristics Of The Best Managers, According To Google Internal Research

A perfect manager will build trust and inspire people to become the best version of themselves. Let’s discover 10 common personalities of best managers with PRIMUS through a research of Google.    1. Be a good coach If you care about your employees, then you‘ll need to spend your time and effort to help your employees develop every day. In order to do that, then be a good coach, be a mentor of your employees instead of a corrector. Don’t just give them the right answers, share your point of view and ask open questions so that they can find

Lessons For Building Collaborative Culture From 4 Leaders Of Amazon, Target, IKEA And Navy SEAL

Many leaders often divide their teams into smaller groups in order to delegate tasks clearly and effectively. However, the key factor that can lead to the success of a team is how well the team members can work together. Here are some stories from the most famous leaders about how they collaborate with teams in their respective businesses. 1. Gregg Steinhafel – Target’s former CEO, believed that the best collaborative environment can be fostered by a “coaching leader”  Steinhafel explained that in his former company (Target), the primary key to make something happen is having a large and collaborative group

3 Challenges For Startup In The Scaling Up Phase

At the beginning of a company’s phase, each member will need to take part in multiple sectors of the business in order to help the business to grow. However, when the company grows to a certain stage – around 200 employees – the company culture that has been working at the beginning will start to falter under new demand. Therefore, you can have a look at here to see how experts take care of their businesses when they have this kind of issue. You need to cut off things if you want to grow your business Ethan Mollick – an