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Your actions as a manager or supervisor are critically important in driving profits, building effective teams and gaining the respect of your direct reports and peers. These free leadership tips will provide you with ideas, strategies and skills to help you become a better leader and manager, drive performance, motivate your team members, drive employee retention and boost your leadership skills and grow your business. Each week Greg will provide you a new tip, article or a new approach you can immediately apply to the job. The knowledge you gain will take you and your organization to the next level and help you achieve measurable, bottom-line improvement results in a short period of time. To subscribe to our free weekly leadership tips, please fill in the information on the sidebar to the right.
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Meet the Author
Greg Smith is President of Chart Your Course International, a management development firm located in Atlanta, Georgia. He shows people how to create exceptional places to work and has developed training programs for businesses in many different countries. Greg is a former Army officer and the author of nine books and he is one of the nation's leading authorities on business management, customer service and leadership. He was an Examiner for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, this nation's highest award for business excellence. Harvard University recognized him in their Profiles in Business and Management: An International Directory of Scholars and Their Research.