Leadership does not come naturally for everyone, but anyone can learn how to become a leader.
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By: Casey Bell
There is a first for everything. The first time you manage other people tends to happen much later than your other firsts though, especially when you professionally manage people.
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By: Lauren Davis
Many would not think that outside management experience could help public relations in any real way but, that is not the case. After being a shift manager at a local pizza place for the last six years, I’ve learned so much that I can apply to my daily agency life. As a manager you’re not only managing your team and maintaining a well-run shift but you’re also having to take care of your clientele. In my case, customers in the food industry can be very difficult. People have different food preferences and allergies that need to be taken care of. But when a customer has an issue with something and is angry about it, I step in to take care of the situation. With this ‘crisis management’, I am taking control of the situation and making the customer happy while making sure the business is not tarnished.
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