Monthly Archives for July 2012
I delegates to Gigi—and make him a capo—because Gigi is levelheaded and has a good relationship with Carmine and the New York family, their partners on the Newark esplanade project. When delegating complex tasks, I often assign two people, but … Continue reading
Helping each other is a must; it is precious activities that can make other people feel happy and comfortable. Believe or not, everyone has soul and taste to help each other although some people sometimes ignore other people around them. … Continue reading
Many managers complain of spending $1,000 to solve a $100 problem. Not me. Like other good leaders, I take the time to delegate, gives people responsibility and autonomy and allows delegates to do things their way.
Managers often complain that no one confides in them. It’s true that people worry about conversations they have with bosses, concerned that they may say the wrong thing, reveal too much. Even as they try to build personal relationships, their … Continue reading
I am not the world’s most empathetic soul. I am not the best listener and lacks the imagination to put himself in someone else’s shoes. But I am getting better at it, and it helps him to build relationships—and delegate … Continue reading