DALLAS, June 28, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- GEX Management, Inc.’s (OTCQB:GXXM) Chief Operating Officer, Chelsea Christopherson, published an article in Forbes entitled, “How Leaders and Managers Unknowingly Suppress Their Team Members.” As one of the youngest women to be an Officer and Director of a public company, Mrs. Christopherson discusses her personal experiences, as well as various situations she has witnessed in which managers suppress, albeit sometimes inadvertently, their own team members. Mrs. Christopherson details these instances in this article and provides suggestions about how managers can avoid these common missteps that can stifle a project, or even lead to employee morale issues.
“I hope that writing about my experiences and what I have observed, at the executive and managerial levels, will provide other business leaders with some simple concepts that can help their team members reach their full potential, and potentially lead to a higher project success rate,” said Mrs. Christopherson.
To view this article in its entirety please visit: https://www.forbes.com/sites/yec/2017/06/27/how-leaders-and-managers-unknowingly-suppress-their-team-members/
Previous publication in Forbes: https://www.forbes.com/sites/yec/2016/12/13/four-strategies-for-boosting-productivity-and-increasing-daily-output/#7a89fb366d80
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