Answer: Focus on treating everyone fairly, instead of making everyone happy.
See alsoSeven Things Your Boss Hates About You Did you ever wonder about what your managers discuss amongst themselves? Team performance and chemistry often top the list, along with ways to motivate and reward employees. And they’re wondering if they have what it takes to be effective leaders themselves. So says the book, Going Corporate: A Geek’s Guide (Apress/Available now), which looks at ways rank-and-file employees can groom themselves for career advancement. In one section, author Shailendra Kadre looks at the questions managers are most interested in resolving. Kadre took many of these topics straight from online forums frequented by business leaders; issues run the gamut from the philosophical to more nuts and bolts exchanges about how to make businesses function. Kadre is a 17-year veteran of companies such as Oracle, Satyam Computers and TCS (TATA Consultancy Services), specializing in IT delivery and operations management. For more about the book, click here.
Dennis McCafferty is a freelance writer for Baseline Magazine.
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