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Developing Management Archive

  • Twelve Ways To Power

    Networking is the contact sport of the millennium. If change is inevitable and growth is optional, I wish someone had told me that in school before I embarked on Real Life 101. I did not go to an institute of higher learning filled with entrepreneurial studies, nor was I born with a silver spoon in my [...]

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  • It’s Okay To Be The Boss

    The truth behind seven common management myths. By Bruce Tulgan

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  • The Art And Science Of Motivation

    TWSCO’s formula for measuring employee performance produces real results. By Wes Morris, SPHR

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  • Leadership For A New Economy

    Distributors can motivate employees during unstable times through encouragement, optimism and honest communication. By Joe Takash.

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  • Mentor/Mentee Relationships

    Mentoring relationships are a unique way for up and coming industry members to learn from more seasoned veterans. These relationships come in all shapes in sizes and have different outcomes depending on the people involved. A successful mentoring relationship requires willingness and perseverance on behalf of the mentor and the individual who is being mentored [...]

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  • Building Peak Performance Teams

    trategies for team building in the welding and specialty gases industry. Tips to help build a successful gases and welding team. By Herbert M. Greenberg, Ph.D.

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  • First-Time Managers

    Lessons on developing first-time managers in the gases and welding industry. Learn to develop inexperienced managers into gases and welding professionals. By Eileen Krantz.

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  • Engaging Your Workforce

    Steps to engage employees in the gases and welding workplace. Engaged employees are more efficient and productive. By Mary Lynn Fayoumi.

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  • How Emerging Managers Will Alter Gases & Welding’s Leadership Paradigm

    Management is transitioning from the Baby Boomer generation to the Generation Xers. This provides opportunities in the gases and welding industry for young professionals. By Robert W. Wendover.

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  • The New Breed Of Managers

    The New Breed Of Managers. By William Sitter.

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