Ever had an interview that felt like an interrogation? Most managers agree that this time should be a way to learn more about the prospective employee and to offer them a safe space to ask questions about the company. Often, similar questions are used in this process but they might not always mean what you think. Rich Bellis for FastCompany, offers his advice for what interviewers actually hope to hear when they ask these questions. The Secret Meanings Behind Four Of The Most Common Interview Questions.
Every been tempted to confide in one of your team members about a work issue, or felt it necessary to share the personal problems of another employee with the group? According to Liz Ryan for Forbes, this is never a good idea. Ten Things to Never, Ever Tell Your Employees offers a straightforward look at best practices for management and communication in the workplace. Everyone is human, but when functioning as a manager, it’s important to remember that guarding yourself and your employees should be your first priority.