20th February 2014
Managing people sometimes feels like herding cats but the more exposure you have to the common scenarios and issues experienced managers have, the easier it becomes.
We’ve spoken with a number of experienced managers around a range of topics including interviews, remote workers, managing under-performing staff, and the dreaded task of firing people and boiled down their decades of experience in to a useful slideshow with their top tips and tricks. We hope you enjoy!
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