Issue No. 01 - January/February (2010 vol. 12)
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Wushow "Bill" Chou , North Carolina State University
If you're a manager, for the most part, you can only be as capable and productive as your staff. It thus behooves you to develop skills to make your staff as capable and as productive as they can reasonably be. How do you do this? It depends to a large extent on your skills in recruiting, your artistry in motivating, and your knack in delegating.
developing soft skills, staff loyalty, giving credit, compliments
W. ". Chou, "Staff Smart, Part 1: Motivation," in IT Professional, vol. 12, no. , pp. 61-62, 2010.