5 ways to ensure your team is on the same page

07/16/2013 | Fast Track, The

Employees can grow frustrated if they feel they're trying to read the boss' mind or being kept in the dark, but leaders can improve engagement by updating employees more often, Anita Bruzzese writes. "Once some bosses discover the 'tweet' or 'like' button, they begin sharing more with 10,000 strangers than they do their own team. Bad move. Employees should always be informed first," Bruzzese writes.

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