Manage up

September 2011
Firstline;Sep2011, Vol. 7 Issue 9, p14
The article offers tips on how employees can influence management to change its management style. According to the article, employees have the ability to influence the culture of a workplace and by working alongside management team instead of simply working under it, management style that benefits both employers and employees can be achieved. Items discussed include, correct communications, developing a plan and marketing oneself.


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