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It’s Time For Traditional Middle Manager To Break Their Limits (Part 1)

The shift to remote work has taken its toll on us all, but middle managers have faced particular challenges over the last year. A global survey of over 3,000 remote knowledge workers found that middle managers (defined as those managing 1-6 people) are 46% less satisfied with their jobs than senior executives (those managing at least 15 people), they have exhausted more than twice as much as executives (watch more in “Why Being a Middle Manager Is So Exhausting”), when it comes to maintaining a sense of belonging, and they feel more stressed and less productive than their more senior

Five Tips For Successfully Managing Remote Teams

For most of 2020, as the novel coronavirus embarked on its deadly global migration, Vietnam enjoyed a place among the world’s most successful nations in containing the spread of the virus. However, Vietnam has seen a new outbreak of COVID-19 sweep across 25 of its provinces since April 27, bringing 580 new infections to a country that had otherwise brought the virus mostly under control since the beginning of the pandemic. These unprecedented events have impacted businesses of all sizes – not just the solopreneurs or small businesses but also the big corporations. Actually, the COVID-19 pandemic is forcing businesses

How Managers and Leaders Can Work Together (Part 2)

Success requires both It seems that the leader is the innovator who brings out the best in their employees through inspiration. The manager, on the other hand, is more focused on metrics and efficiency. Therefore, leadership and management should be linked together, not separated. PRIMUS includes some tips for both managers and leaders to start them on the right track.    Managers learn how to take some risks Take a look at your style to determine how risk-averse you are. What is your level of tolerance for ambiguity? What prevents you from taking risks? A personal preference or personality type

How Managers and Leaders Can Work Together (Part 1)

Although it’s not apparent in the structure of some organizations, leaders and managers have highly distinct roles, and both are essential to the success of the business. Leadership without management can’t sustain change or improve the now. At the same time, management without leadership is a soulless endeavor best suited to controlling the actions of spoiled children. So how do management and leadership can work better together? Let’s find your answer right away. Differences between Leaders and Managers It’s a common misconception that a leader is automatically a manager or vice versa. At a high level, leaders are the brave

9 Time Management Hacks Of Effective Managers

Do you often find yourself in the trap where there are never enough hours in the day? Each one of us has likely been into situations like when we walk away with a “busy” badge because time management is becoming one of the hardest jobs for everyone. Let’s explore 9 ways of managing the time that Managers frequently do to lead a productive life. Why is time management important to Managers? Time management is all about bringing joy back to Managers’ life and experiencing every bit of joy that you deserve. The prime importance of time management is to have

5 Entrepreneur Tips to Learn from Successful Women

More women are becoming entrepreneurs and business owners than ever before. In fact, women-owned businesses now account for 40% of US businesses, a 30% increase since 2007. But how do you make a start on the entrepreneurship journey and overcome challenges so that you can grow your business successfully? Whether you are considering starting your own business, need some help navigating the choppy, uncertain waters typical of entrepreneurship, or are simply looking for some fresh inspiration, these hard-won pieces of advice will be sure to come in handy. Here are 5 entrepreneur tips to achieve success from some of the

5 Unmistakable Qualities Of A Bad Manager And How To Deal With Them

Have you ever thought about employees who dreaded going to work because of a toxic boss? What attributes do horrible bosses most often exhibit? Our recent research showed the top 5 biggest mistakes that very bad bosses most commonly do and a couple of suggestions to motivate employees effectively and become great bosses.    1. Behave as dictators Great leadership is never about dictating their own vision and way of doing things. Leaders with a “my way or the highway” mentality won’t connect with their teams. Employees want to feel a sense of purpose around their work, that they are